Back to School and Beyond! | FULL SHOW | #143
We get you ready for the new school year with must-have apps, information on Dr Pepper Snapple Group’s new initiative, Let’s Play, and adventure-based leadership program, live it up! | Download Full Episode #143
Segment 1: Favorite Apps | Download Segment 1
Fall is upon us and it’s time to shift gears from “fun in the sun” to “heads down, pencils up”! Listen in as Gennifer Rose from Schoola (@Schoola) joins us to cover the recent Working Mother article: 10 Apps to Help Transition Kids Back to School. Our first app up for review is KinderClock, available on iTunes.
Segment 2: Back to Schoola Shopping | Download Segment 2
One of the biggest back to school costs is new clothes! Gennifer Rose returns to cover the Schoola (@Schoola) app, where you can find great deals on gently used clothing and 40% of the proceeds goes back to your child’s school! Plus, we review new apps Cozi Family Organizer, Berenstain Bears Come Clean, and LaLa Lunchbox: Meal Planning for Kids.
Segment 3: Can’t Resist the List | Download Segment 3
Ever lost the school shopping check list? Ever shopped for more than one child at a time? It’s a mess! Gennifer Rose joins us again to solve these problems and more with some great organizational apps for moms and kids including; Hurray for Pre-K!, Toca Lab, myHomework Student Planner, and School Supply List.
When was the last time you went outside to play? A new survey shows that 77% of children do not participate in daily active play. Melissa Harper, CEO of Good Sports (@goodsportsinc) joins us to reveal what the “Let’s Play” initiative is and how it will impact 10 million children.
Segment 5: Creating Leaders | Download Segment 5
Leaders aren’t made in a classroom, they’re made through real life experience! Karen Holst joins us from live it up! (@liveitupleaders), an adventure-based leadership program that helps young women tap into their full potential and make a real difference in their communities.
CreditsHost: Bettina Bush
Producer: Jason Masters
Production Asst.: Joanne Bolden
Copy Editor: Jason Masters