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11 Things Teachers Want You to Do BEFORE the First Day of School

PopSugar Logo By Laurel Niedospial of PopSugar | Slide 1 of 12: As a teacher, the beginning of a new school year is always exciting. We have to organize materials, get the classroom ready, and finalize lesson plans. But just as teachers have to prep for going back to school, so do the parents. And I'm talking beyond checking everything off that school supply list. As the most important people in the educational life of a child, parents do more than just drop their kids off at the beginning of the day and pick them up when it's all over. Parents help set the learning tone for the whole year, and without their support, everything cam go south. Keep reading for 11 things you can do ahead of time to make sure you, your child, and their teacher have the most successful and efficient school year yet.

11 Things Teachers Want You to Do BEFORE the First Day of School

As a teacher, the beginning of a new school year is always exciting. We have to organize materials, get the classroom ready, and finalize lesson plans. But just as teachers have to prep for going back to school, so do the parents. And I'm talking beyond checking everything off that school supply list.

As the most important people in the educational life of a child, parents do more than just drop their kids off at the beginning of the day and pick them up when it's all over. Parents help set the learning tone for the whole year, and without their support, everything cam go south. Keep reading for 11 things you can do ahead of time to make sure you, your child, and their teacher have the most successful and efficient school year yet.

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