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How to help your kids with their back-to-school transition

Lunches are packed. School supplies are purchased. New shoes and clothes are fitted (until those little beanstalks outgrow them - again). It's officially back-to-school season in the Quad Cities. And that means big changes for kids of all ages - and for their parents. The carefree days of summer are behind you. As parents and caregivers, you have an important role in the transition to school days. Wondering how to best prepare your kids for this transition? Try a few of these tips - directly from local teachers. Stay committed to a schedule. Whether your kids are entering kindergarten for the first time or a senior in high school, the transition to school can mean a giant schedule shift. And

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