How to Create a Household Budget: Part 2
Welcome to my 6 part series on creating a family budget. You can read the entire series or use the handy links below to navigating to a particular lesson. Thanks for reading Trees Full of Money! If yo
Household Inventory Tracker- Free Printables
Keep track of all of your household inventory with this household inventory tracker-free printables. Never run out of your household stash.
A student-friendly version of an Acceptable Use Policy. This example helps students understand what is expected of them in a clear, concise manner, and, also ties into the district's PBIS expectations. This, or something similar, should be hung in each classroom or technology lab around a school as a reminder for students to use technology responsibly.
Free Simple Inventory Tracking Sheet (Tall) from Formville
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iData with the iPad---a tutorial for therapists and educators
Data collection isn't the most fun topic. Before iPads, my folders for kids were full of sticky notes, therapy data forms, attendance forms...
Cash Flow Statement Template for Excel
Download a free Cash Flow Statement template for Excel. This statement of cash flows will augment your balance sheet and income statements.
Teaching Students Routines for Computer Use
This page has technology teaching resources to support educators in creating expectations for computer use, and managing both instruction and behavior. Learn how to teach computer procedures and design effective lessons for the computer and acceptable computer use. Teaching kids to be independent There are a special set of skills that students need in order …
How to Get Clients to Pay (Tips from an Accounts Receivable Expert)
Julie Elster is an accounts receivable specialist who stops by the blog today to give advice on how to get clients to pay.
[Infographic] A Snapshot of Employee Benefits
Deciding which benefits your company will offer is tricky - especially when trying to appeal to different generations. We provided a snapshot of benefits employees want most and what they are willing to sacrifice.
10 Classroom Technology Policies That Work - WeAreTeachers
While you may have tried and true procedures for things like sharpening pencils and lining up for lunch, chances are you’re still figuring out classroom rules around technology. Should you allow students free Internet time when they are done with […]
Once you have accepted a family into your program, you’ll want to begin the enrollment process. Be sure to go over all of the policies with them. You should discuss things like withdrawal from the program, illness, vacation, late payment and pick-up fees. Tell the parents about things that must be brought from home, things that should not be brought in, and any other important policies.