5 Family Organization Mobile Apps

Keeping track of chores, grocery lists and emergency contacts for your family has never been so easy thanks to these family friendly iPhone and/or Android apps.

1. Cozi

Cozi is so much more than a calendar. It will manage your grocery list, to-dos, and even let you share photos and memories with relatives. Color-code each member of the family so you can keep schedule’s straight.

2. Google Calendar

If you have a Gmail account you might want to use Google Calendar. It can manage your family schedule, as well as your personal and work schedule. It’s straightforward, clean and simple, and helps keep you on point with alerts, emails and texts.

3. Orchestra

Orchestra is a task management app that goes so beyond list-making— it connects you to the people in your life who can help you get things done . Use it to make lists, but also use it to delegate tasks to your friends and family.

4. Evernote

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could store ALL the information you needed to remember in one place and more importantly, find it instantly, anytime, from anywhere? Good news! It exists, and it is a total game-changer. Evernote is like a digital filing cabinet for your life— if you can email it, scan it, type it, snap it, record it, or find it on the internet you can keep track of it all with Evernote. Use it to store everything from school forms to class rosters, from repair receipts to instruction manuals… and once it’s in Evernote, it’s searchable and always with you, on any device.

5. GroceryIQ

GroceryIQ is a website and app that lets you easily enter everything you want to shop for so your list is always with you when you’re ready to shop. And you can share your list in case you’re lucky enough to not be the one sent to the supermarket. Type your items in manually, or use the cool barcode scanner. GroceryIQ pairs with Coupons.com so you can easily see what’s on sale and start saving.

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Ready For Back to School- Here are the Best Websites for Academic Support

Back to school

 

As you gear up for back to school it is important for you as a parent to be very familiar with educational resources for your child/children. Most kids have difficulty with their homework from time to time as well as  you the parents trying to help! Be sure to check with your child’s school, the local library and your church.

Below you will find a wide variety of free family resources that you can trust to provide high quality and relevant material for you and your children.   Remember learning begins and continues at home.

 

Great website to teach children to read with phonics. Age 3- 2nd grade. http://www.starfall.com

Ranked #1 Best Educational Web Sites for Kids K- 8th gradehttps://www.khanacademy.org  SAT test prep as well.

Math and Language Arts site for Kids Pre K-12th grade. http://www.ixl.com

Site for College students. http://education-portal.com/articles/25_Legitimately_Useful_Sites_for_College_Students.html