The Back 2 School Survival Guide is Back and On Sale Now!

Last year I told you about an awesome Back 2 School Survival Guide that was available for download to help you stay organized and on track throughout the school year.  Well I’m happy to say that it is back and updated for the 2013/2014 school year!  If there is one thing I know for sure is that if you aren’t organized for the school year, the chaos of it all will eat you up and spit you out.  And I find that the more kids you have the more chaotic it gets.  It’s for that reason that I can, once again and without hesitation, totally recommend the Back 2 School Survival Guide to you.  Not only does it contain pages and pages of printables but practical tips and advice as well.  This comprehensive ebook (with over 130 pages!) provides step-by-step instructions to help you and your child be as prepared as possible—and create a more organized home in the process.  Continue reading to find out more on all that is included!

Here’s what you’ll find in The Confident Mom Back 2 School Survival Guide:

Back 2 School Survival Guide eBook. Chock full of tips, ideas, and suggestions that help families get organized and prepared for back to school covering everything (and much more) from establishing routines, packing lunches, completing homework, and purchasing school supplies to dealing with bullies, volunteering in the classroom, maintaining multiple schedules, and teaching responsibility.

Student Planner. A weekly planner for students to keep track of tests, homework assignments, track daily reading, household or pet chores, birthdays, sports schedules, family fun, and anything else of importance.

Master Family Planner. Keep track of schedules for everyone in your family by compiling each person’s schedule onto one master calendar that is posted in a central location for easy reference by everyone.

Sample/Customizable Routines. Routines are the backbone of each day. Younger children may need help remembering what they need to do each day. Laminate or frame our sample morning, afternoon, and evening/bedtime routines so younger children can learn to follow it on their own. Or customize your own if the sample doesn’t fit your household.

School Information Sheet. Keep track of important school and teacher information and class schedules for unexpected emergencies and other times you might need to contact the school or locate your child during the day.

Schedule Adjustment Worksheet. If you’re guilty of flying by the seat of your pants during summer, you may want to ease your kids back into a scheduled bedtime/wake-up routine before school starts.

Countdown Maze. Generate excitement for your child’s return to school by counting down the remaining ten days with a fun maze game.

My Favorites Worksheet. Tired of having the lunchbox returned half full? Get input fromyour child on what they’d like to have packed in their lunch and use that information to generate a menu for quick, easy planning and packing. This will also help ensure they are fueling their bodies and brains for optimum learning!

Grocery Planner. This planner will help your trips to the grocery store be more productive and reduce unnecessary overspending.

Family Fun Worksheet. A family that plays together, stays together! Ensure your family schedules time to have fun together and that each family member has input on what they’d like to do for fun.

School Goals Worksheet. Children can begin to learn how to set goals to achieve certain results and track their progress.

Classmate Contact Sheet. Parents can record phone numbers, addresses, and other important information about their child’s friends and classmates.

Important Dates At-A-Glance. A sheet meant for quick referral of important school dates for planning ahead, such as holidays and scheduled breaks or parent/teacher conferences.

Family Meeting Agenda. Because every child feels more confident when they are prepared (and so do you!). Use this agenda during a family back-to-school meeting to make sure all issues and concerns are addressed in a positive setting.

Lunchbox Notes. Send your child a little pick-me-up in their lunchbox, gym bag, backpack, or planner. Unexpected surprises can really brighten their day!

Note to Teacher. A form that is quick and easy to fill out when parents need to send a note to their child’s teacher.



This year the Back 2 School Survival guide is available as a digital PDF download for it’s new reduced price of $10!  BUT if you use coupon code ORGANIZE13 at checkout before August 10, 2013 it is $2 off!!

The Confident Mom Back 2 School Survival Guide will provide you with the tools and information you need to ensure your family has everything necessary to experience success this year!

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And don’t forget that if you aren’t completely satisfied with your purchase you have 14 days to receive a full refund, no questions asked!!

Get Your Copy of the Back 2 School Survival Guide today!!

Let’s face it, the school year is tough and can certainly be exhausting but there are definitely things we can do to reduce the chaos of it all.  I’ll definitely be talking more about this in future posts.

Have a super weekend everyone!!

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3 Responses to The Back 2 School Survival Guide is Back and On Sale Now!

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    Sandra says

    These are such great idea to help reduce parent AND child back to school anxiety. We love back to school at my house but there’s always a small feeling of anxiety caused from the unknown of what we’ll need to gear our schedules for, based on new teacher requirements. This will be amazing for us and thanks for the coupon!


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