Posts filed under: Black2School

How To Raise Money Smart Kids

How To Raise Money Smart Kids   It is back to school and most of us including myself have made the decision to become homeschool parents. Despite the stress this... Read More

Social Media 101: Back to School & Keeping Your Child Safe

Originally posted: HerLifeSparkles.com Yay, the kids are headed back to school. No more snacking uncontrollably, drinking all the juice or toys all over the house. Let’s pause the excitement for... Read More

Let’s Go Back To School!

It’s that time of year again! The time where summer is quickly coming to an end and it’s time to get back to reality. Although we’ll all miss the late... Read More

20 Important Lessons to Teach Our Kids About Black History Month

This blog was originally posted on mom.com. 1/21 Photo by Twenty20 From the past we shape our future Ever wonder why Black History Month is in February? In 1926, historian... Read More

What type of mother sends her child to school during a pandemic?

What type of mother would send her child to school during a time like this? Doesn’t she know that the coronavirus is running rampant? Does she care about her own... Read More

3 Reasons why I’m not letting this school year stress me out!

Are Your Stress Levels In The Red? We’re currently living in some crazy and unprecedented times. One of the major changes for Parents everywhere is our children not being in... Read More

Lunch Recommendations by Mommi Chef Shaquanda

Mommi Shaquanda shares awesome suggestions for lunch menus all week! Now that we are all Mommies, teachers, chefs and so much more we surely hopes this helps.... Read More

Mommi Trying To Survive Distance Learning with Pre-K through 3rd Grade Students!

Back To School I know what you’re thinking back to school already? Or maybe you’re dreading the fact that your child school just announced that students will be completing long... Read More

Schools Closed? Here’s What You Can Do

The Coronavirus has made it’s way to the United States and its presence has contributed to the closures of everything around us. Let me just say, I expected many things... Read More

Protecting Our Black Children In Predominately White Spaces

More Money More Problems? There’s a saying that the more money you get, the more problems you have.  It’s one of those sayings that has become a part of accepted... Read More

Best Books for Black and Brown Children

I did not want my baby consumed with books solely filled with cartoon characters, talking animals and people who don’t look like her. I found it important to find books... Read More

Teaching Kids the Value of Budgeting

Unfortunately money doesn’t grow on trees. I really wish it did. Because of this painfully obvious fact, when you have a large family like ours, budgeting is necessary. Turning homeschool... Read More

Importance of Early Literacy

By providing age-appropriate books to children at well-child visits from six months to five years of age, Reach Out and Read Georgia prepares children for school and encourages a lifelong... Read More

Securing our Legacy Part III: Preparing Our Children to Manage Generational wealth

Although I did not grow up in poverty, I also wasn’t born into wealth. My husband jokes all the time about how I grew up “rich”, which couldn’t be further... Read More

Securing Our Legacy Part II: Generational Wealth

We are talking about building wealth, therefore having only one source of income will not cut it. Take all of your eggs out of that one basket and start spreading... Read More

Securing Our Legacy, Part I: Who’s Going to Teach Our Children About Generational Wealth?

Hey Mommies, I want to take a moment to discuss a very serious topic. A topic that the success of our children, future grandchildren, and even our Nation depends on.... Read More