Volunteering can be hard to work into your schedule, particularly if you are a working parent. But do not fear, there are still many ways that you can contribute to the success of your child's classroom, even if you cannot carve out time in your week to be at school. My friend Carol, one of the administrators for the website National Nannies, has compiled an excellent list of 10 things that you can do to help out your child's teacher from home. You should take a moment and check out her suggestions:
Link to Carol's article on NationalNannies.com: http://www.nationalnannies.com/blog/10-ways-working-moms-can-volunteer-at-school/
Aren't these great ideas?! You're child will be so excited that you have taken some time to devote to his or her class, and the teacher will be ever-so grateful as well. Please don't feel like you've missed your opportunity to volunteer-- it's never too late to offer a helping hand!