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It’s August, and that means back-to-school shopping is in full swing. If you’re looking for some ways to save some money, 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice.
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The annual Back To School Extravaganza was held Friday at South Philadelphia High School as families prepare to start the school year.
Here are some great places around Philadelphia to start your back-to-school shopping spree that won’t take a huge chunk out of your checkbook.
Even though we’re in the dog days of summer, before you know it kids will be heading back to school. As 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter finds, just walk into any store and you can see that retailers are ready.
Being the victim of a relentless bully can be a distraction and even a danger to kids. As a parent, it is important to recognize the signs of bullying, know how to talk to your children about bullies and establish an appropriate reaction to a bully situation.
Education and technology are becoming increasingly integrated, and keeping up on all of the new educational applications for kids is important. One of the biggest struggles is not finding an app; it is finding the appropriate app.
Children who come with the ability to interact with computer screens and basic keyboard knowledge find it much easier to learn in today’s classrooms.
The first day of school feels to children the way the first day on a job feels to parents, a bit stressful. The two best ways to prepare your children for a less stressful first day is to change as many unknown factors to known and provide positive support.
The bags are packed and the move-in date is coming up fast. Now all that’s left before moving into the dorms and starting a new life at college is dorm-room shopping. Here are some essential items to put on that shopping list.
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There’s plenty of summer left before it’s time to head back to school, but now is a good time to get started on shopping for your student.
Freshmen will spend at least $800 the first year, according to a national back to college survey. That’s on top of tuition and room and board.