Picture day

Make your picture day unforgettable with these creative and fun ideas. Capture the perfect moments and create lasting memories with these picture day tips and tricks.
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Whether you have a kindergartner or senior, Picture Day is an exciting time for students of all ages. It also can be a little stressful, but it doesn't have to be. Parents can help their kids prepare for school pictures and get in a positive mindset so the day goes smoothly and the resulting images capture them exactly as they are in that moment in time.

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Milana Tkachenko
Schools across the country are preparing for school pictures. Are you ready?    This thought likely conjures a mix of emotions, from excitement to shyness in your child. You want that ideal image to capture just who they are in that special moment in time, but it also should be an enjoyable experience for your child where they can feel proud of who they are.    To help guide your family through the Picture Day journey, consider these do's and don'ts of school pictures...[read more] School Picture Hairstyles, Toddler Hair, Kids Pictures, Child, Picture Day Hair, School Picture Outfits, Picture Day Hairstyles, Kids Hairstyles, School Pictures

Schools across the country are preparing for school pictures. Are you ready? This thought likely conjures a mix of emotions, from excitement to shyness in your child. You want that ideal image to capture just who they are in that special moment in time, but it also should be an enjoyable experience for your child where they can feel proud of who they are. To help guide your family through the Picture Day journey, consider these do's and don'ts of school pictures...[read more]

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Parenting Expert, Teenage Daughters, School Makeup, Picture Day Tips, Mom, Picture Day Outfits, School Pictures, Girls Dress Up, School Photos

Preparing for a school photo day can be quite stressful for parents. So, Laura Pyle, a mother of two from Pennsylvania, decided to make things a little bit easier and also teach her children to be more independent. So her son and daughter were tasked to chose their own outfits.

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