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Monthly Archives: August 2018

  • Back-to-School! Classroom Tips + Tricks to Succeed in 2018-19


    Back To School Tips 2018

    Here are a few of our favorite ways to make back-to-school more fun and stress-free for parents and kids.

    Make a Plan

    What do you want to accomplish this school year? Do you want to learn more about dinosaurs? Improve your study habits? Speak up in class more? Even very young students can benefit from creating a short list of things they want to learn. Write it down or draw pictures!

    Check In

    At the end of every week, look at the list. What have you accomplished? What do you still need to work on? Is there something new you want to add? Looking at your list will keep you focused all year.

    Find a School-Day Routine

    Set a time for each of these things: wake up, leave the house, have an after-school snack, do homework, relax, go to sleep. Those are the things a kid can control, unlike the time dinner is on the table or when Mom or Dad comes home. It’s important to have a set plan for the week to keep you on track.

    Create a Homework Caddy

    Here’s an idea we love: grab a dollar store bin that’s for toting cleaning products around the house. But instead, fill it with homework supplies! Things like pencils, paper, scissors, and glue. Then you can grab your bin and go find your study spot for the day, knowing you’ll have everything you need. Find some more tips on creating a homework caddy here on Pinterest.

    Choose Your Duds

    Every night before bed, decide what you want to wear the next day. Get the clothes ready and put them near your bed. School starts early, and it’s nice to have one less thing to think about in the mornings! And yes, this is important even if you wear a uniform. Less running around in the morning is always a good thing.


    Working hard is important, and so is relaxing. Do you have a favorite way to unwind? Maybe you like to sit and read a book, or go for a walk, or just sit cross-legged and meditate. Any of these ways is good for taking a mental break.


    Take time to talk as a family about how things are going at school. If conversations are hard to get started, try questions that need more than a yes or no answer. A few: what did you and your friends talk about today? What is the most interesting conversation you heard today? Is there something you know now that you didn’t know last week?

    Shut it Down

    You hear this a lot, and that’s because it’s important. Remember to keep electronic devices out of your room at bedtime. It’s so tempting to watch or read or play late into the night! But you need a good night’s sleep. Ask Mom or Dad to hang on to your screen until tomorrow.


    Don't lose focus on what you want to do. Even if one day you want to be an astronaut and the next you want to be a teacher, it's important to remember that you have a whole future ahead of you. That's why you're in school! Here at Oopsy Daisy, we offer lots of educational art to help you keep learning and remind you to follow your dreams.

    and one more thing...

    Have a terrific year!


  • Summertime Art

    Summer is never long enough. In many places across the country, school is starting already! Let's grab on to summer with both hands and not let go. Our favorite way to keep summer all year long is by putting summer art on our walls. We're so happy to share our bright and fresh summertime art with you!

    Bright, Blue Skies

    Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg

    What could be brighter and sunnier than a blue Paris sky? Little Pink Vespa by Kris Langenberg is the perfect way to bring some French flair to your walls. This kids wall art will inspire dreams of travel and sunny days.

    Colorful Flowers

    Cherry Blossom Birdies by Winborg Sisters Cherry Blossom Birdies by Winborg Sisters

    Who wouldn't smile every time they looked at Cherry Blossom Birdies? This personalized wall art by Winborg Sisters captures the beauty and promise of spring blossoms and sweet birds. It's so well-loved that we offer it not only as canvas art but also as night lights, growth charts, and even wall decal cut-outs.


    You Are My Sunshine by Carter Carpin You Are My Sunshine by Carter Carpin

    Keep sunshine on your walls all year long with You are my Sunshine art. This sunshine art piece by Carter Carpin is so bright, especially when it's a personalized night light. Talk about a summertime glow.

    Enjoy our fast-fleeting summer, and have a look at our bright summer art to celebrate the bright season.

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