Enter to Win $10 PayPal Cash at the School Savvy Giveaway! US Only, Ends 9/15

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91 thoughts on “Enter to Win $10 PayPal Cash at the School Savvy Giveaway! US Only, Ends 9/15

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    My child is very organized and knows what needs to be done and when, so I think that makes them school savvy

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      My daughter loves going to school and learning. Shes the teachers helper. Thats what makes her school savvy.

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        My son loves to read so I think that makes him school savvy

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    We prepare them with lists and ways to organize so they feel savvy and calm about it.

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    She likes to learn and is interested in things.

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    Making sure they have everything they need for the first day and letting them know it’s ok to be nervous.

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    I think it helps my grand son to know ahead of some of the challenges he has to face before going to school. He is only in kindergarten,but everything is so knew for him!!

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    What makes my child school savvy is he is always prepared,has his work done,and never misses a day.

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    Gets up and gets ready quickly and never misses the bus.

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    My niece is very smart and loves to learn at school! She is school savvy because she never procrastinates on her school work.

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    My niece is school savvy because she’s SO friendly

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    the best thing to help your kids survive school is to teach them to ask for help when they need it.

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    My nieces and nephews all have an interest and that’s great. I liked school.

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    Knowing they can come to me with any homework question!

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    I think being homeschooled makes my kiddos school savvy. They love learning and having the freedom to explore so many interests!

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    Learning the basics before they even start school. I spent a lot of time teaching my kids so many things at home.

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    Knowing how to treat others at school

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    What makes them school savvy these days is just the amount of time they’ve been doing it 🙂 They know what to expect now. They’re old hats 🙂

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      Hi Laura, yes, of course you can. Thank you for visiting Mommy’s Playbook! ~ Victoria

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    I think knowing when to ask for help makes my son very school savvy.

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    They are both smart and ask help when needed.

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    I don’t have a child, but i think my niece is school savvy because she is very organized.

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    We do our best to teach everything we can, no matter where we are or what we’re doing.

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    My daughters are both big on being their teachers helpers.

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    I think by my kid just showing up and wanting to learn makes her school savvy

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    Don’t have kids. But I think what makes any child school savvy is knowing when they need to ask for help and staying organized and on top of their school work.

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    We teach them all summer long for the next grade they are entering so they are ready this makes them school savvy

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    No kids, so no answer.
    Thanks for the contest.

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    My child is confident and ready to learn!

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    She is school savvy because she knows a lot of the teachers at her school and knows her way around!

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    my kids were school savvy because they both cared about what they were doing

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    My kids are school savvy because they are rule followers and thrive on routine so they become pretty good at being ready for school on their own .

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    I think my kiddo is school savvy when she comes prepared and has had a good nights sleep and a good breakfast. (should I win, the paypal email is different)

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    My daughter is a toddler, so no school yet. She loves books though!

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    My grandson is school savvy because he has always been a good judge of character.

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    My children enjoy learning. I think that is what makes them school savvy.

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    My son is school savvy by being prepared and ready to learn.

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    My kids love to read & experience new things.

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    My kids are out of school but what made (ONE of! ) them school savvy was her independence and willingness to learn. Now she’s a teacher.

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    My kids read daily and play a lot of learning games.

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    I don’t have any children

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    Having him attend preschool for two years and reading etc. with him.

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    My grandson loves learning. That makes him school savvy.

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    My daughter makes sure her homework is done and she has studied for her tests.

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    My children are grown. I think some of the educational shows on tv like Sesame Street are always a good support.

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    He loves to learn, which makes him savvy.

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    What makes my child School Savvy is lots of practice at home. Thanks for the giveaway!

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    Preparing the night before def helps. Thank you

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    My kids are awesome. Born with more intelligence than most. 🙂

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    Our little girl loves school, that helps a lot, and she will ask a question when she needs to.

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    I have 1 in college so really cant answer.

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    My sons seem to be able to keep their grades up and still have plenty of free time.

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    My son is loving French class! I love that this school has fun classes

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    Being organized and loving to read.

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    My kids are outgoing.
    Thanks for the chance.

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    My daughter was homeschooled so not very traditionally school savvy.

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    A nice routine you can go over and over and knowing sometimes you will have to make some deviations.

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    My middle son wants to be a physicist and FINALLY was able to take AP Physics at school – and he thinks it’s “too easy” LOL

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    Being the only child I have left at home, she loves going to school and being around other children.

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    My daughter is savvy because she is always ready to learn and she loves school!

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    I think it is the kind of academics my daughter’s school offers. They have a wide variety. That is what makes her school savvy!

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    Hmmm……great question. I think that my kids are school savvy because they are very good at reading, organizing, and motivating themselves.

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    My daughter is grown but, she is awesome.

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    She likes to be prepared! She gets her homework done right after school and puts her back pack by the door.

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    My grandson is very smart and he loves to go to school to learn as much as he can

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    they are excited and ready to learn

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    My kids do great in school because they keep on top of their school work. An agenda is a life saver.

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    My kids do great in school because they keep on top of their school work. An agenda is very useful.

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