This is Bossy’s daughter, and this photo was taken on her first day of first grade.
Today Bossy’s daughter will graduate from Elementary School—a milestone that, for the most part, has been eclipsed by her brother’s high school graduation.
Middle School is way different from Elementary School. For one thing, it has the word “middle” in it. For another thing, there are lockers. And there are designated periods, like first period and second period, and there are bells to signal where in the day you should be, and there are kids roving the hallways from class to class—and those kids aren’t carrying backpacks because Middle School tries to hedge against the concealment of weapons and suddenly Bossy is wondering if now would be a good time to double her daily dosage of Inderal.
Lucky for Bossy and all school-related unknowns, she recently made a new friend, and that new friend is education.com.
From preschool through high school, this website offers the parent a bevy of information in terms of the education experience—including what to expect academically, socially, and developmentally each step along the way.
And lucky for Bossy, education.com likes Bossy right back, because they want to give three Bossy readers a gift.
The first gift is this:
It’s a magnet deal, and allows kids to create whacky sentences with a collection of phrases.
The second gift is this:
It’s a fort deal and allows kids to create whacky structures with a collection of pieces.
Bossy has two Story Makers to give away and one Cranium Super Fort. This will be a random drawing, so to enter the giveaway: please leave a comment and specify which of the two prizes you are trying to win.