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Back to School Guide
As summer winds down, only one thought is on the minds of parents and kids alike: the back-to-school season. Whether you’re dreading the lines at the school-supply store or can’t wait to have your kids out of the house, Babble’s here with a guide to making the transition go as smoothly as possible. From tips for packing the best school lunches and making those busy mornings less chaotic to ways to make your kid’s teacher like you and soothe back-to-school jitters, Babble’s got all your bases covered. Now get those pencils and brown paper bags ready for the best school year yet!
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