21 Blogs with Info You Need to Know Before Sending Your Kids Off to College

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Everyone always says that your kids will grow up before you know it, but that doesn’t stop most parents from blissfully ignoring the fact that time really does fly. Unfortunately, adulthood will come knocking much sooner than you anticipate, and before long your toddlers will suddenly be young adults going to college. These 21 blog entries will help prepare you for this transition, teaching you all you need to know about paying for school, reducing homesickness and instilling other life skills in  your child so that you can drop him off on campus with the reassurance that you did all you could to prepare him for this big life change.

Money Matters

Paying for college is easily one of the biggest concerns many parents face. Some parents start putting away money shortly after their child is born, others encourage their children to apply for grants and scholarships, and still others leave tuition up to their children. These seven blog articles will help you learn more about saving for college, as well as what other options are out there that can help you and your child handle this big financial investment.

Homesickness

Homesickness is something that nearly every college student will encounter from time to time, however you can help reduce the chances of homesickness for your child by preparing him early. One way you can do this is by sending him off to camp or to visit relatives during the summer. These small experiences away from home will help prepare your child when it’s time to go to college. For more tips to help you and your child deal with homesickness, read these seven blog posts.

Skills to Teach before They Go

It’s not unusual for parents to want to take care of everything for their children, however always handling things for your teen can actually rob them of valuable life skills. Before your kids leave for college, teach them important life skills, such as how to do laundry or cook basic meals. Read through these seven blog posts and figure out what your child already knows and what you may need to teach him before he leaves for school.

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