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The On Ramp

The Blue Mountain Internet Customer Newsletter

 Issue # 59 Sept 2008 
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  • School lunches
  • Back to School Crossword
  • A little Humor
  • Back to School Kids
  • Back to school prep
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  • Back to School Kids
    by Rochelle Helms
    Sept 2008

    Back to school time has arrived. Some kids will be excited and some, not so much. My mission, this month, is to find activities and sites that make school fun. This site makes getting to class a game. It works with a high speed connection best. Not too worry, I have something for everyone! ProKids

    First, I would like to have a moment with the parents. Do you remember what it was like going back to school? Some of us were excited some anxious. Our kids have those same feelings. I found an article that just reinforces the need for us to talk to our kids about any feelings they have on the upcoming return. NewsWise

    Is this their first year at school? If so chances are, it is going to be harder for you than your child. My daughter has such a sense of pride in being a kindergartner. No denying it, she is growing up. So now it's my job to help her along. Here's some added pre-school help at home. Kaboose

    Do you have kids that don't like school lunch? Here are some ways to keep the lunch box from becoming boring and redundant: Bag Lunches

    We know where the kids are and what they are doing during school hours but what about after school? Kids need something to do or somewhere to go. Join a Club

     Need more ideas for after school. Scholastic

    And finally, we know we want to keep them busy, the question is how. I hope this provides some answers or suggestions for you. This site has lots of links to other sites to provide you with many ideas. Family Education

    I actually used to do this one. Although, I didn't sing The Jonas Brothers, it was Dolly Parton's 9 to 5. But I still remember singing in the garage and still smile when I think of it. Family Education - What Works

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