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Family Organization

Family Organization
December 20, 2016 yourvillage
Family Organization
Being organized as a family means a whole lot more than a cleaned out kitchen junk drawer and some extra rolls of toilet paper under the bathroom sink. There are morning routines, homework, extra-curricular activities, meals and so much more to balance. In this class, Erin covers all the areas of organization that help families run smoother and cut down on stress which leads to happier parents and kids, more family time and kids who also learn these valuable life skills of scheduling, planning and organizing so that they take on more responsibility for these as they age. Full Class Time: 22min 
Module 1 Introduction
An introduction of the course, Family Organization, including what topics will be covered and why being organized is so important
Unit 1 Family Organization Introduction
Module 2 School & Homework
In this section, Erin covers necessary homework logistics, as well as some helpful tips to use during the school year
Unit 1 School & Homework
Module 3 Daily Schedule & Logistics
Find out how to keep organized each day & how to be prepared with meal planning and other logistics
Unit 1 Daily Schedule
Unit 2 Meal Planning & Other Logistics
Module 4 Household Organizing
Keep your house neat with these helpful tips on how to keep places, such as your kitchen and kids' rooms, organized
Unit 1 Household Organizing
Module 5 Final Tips
Erin covers a few other helpful tips to keep you and your family's lives a little more organized and a lot less stressful
Unit 1 Final Tips
Module 6 Summary
This section covers a summary of the important information that was covered, along with the related classes that you may find of interest for more in depth information on related topics
Unit 1 Family Organization Summary

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