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Expert advice from a school psychologist on how parents can better understand their first grader.
Here is a parenting guide to teaching your fifth grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your third grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
What to do if your child hasn't learned to walk 'on schedule': First, relax. Second, read this article!
Young children develop their brains and bodies through interacting with the world around them. How can parents help their young child learn through play?
Here are a few things to keep in mind when you decide to take the plunge and broach the difficult topic of puberty.
Here's what you need to know to get prepped for your potty training adventure.
Young children learn that emotions represent their own reactions to situations and events and that children can differ from each other in their responses.
Identifies stages in Bowlby's ethological attachment process and highlights the importance of the attachment relationship in early childhood classrooms.
It's been four weeks, and you're feeling a tad more confident with your parenting skills. Your kid is growing and figuring out new skills every day. Learn all about what to expect with these 2 month milestones.
Discusses when children develop self-regulation skills (the ability to control behavior, emotions and thoughts) and the importance of acquiring these skills.
Infants have no choice but to cry when they're wet, hungry, tired or just plain bored. Learn to decipher your child's wails and nip the problem in the bud with these tips to calm down baby.
The foundation for mathematics learning starts early, building on the curiosity and enthusiasm of young children and grows naturally from their experiences.
Examines the relationship of theory to social play including cognitive-developmental theory, psychosocial theory, and sociocultural theory.
Here are 5 of the most common potty training issues that parents face today, and how you can tackle them.
Read about the rapid language development in ages 3-5, from a 3 year old's constant questioning to a 5 year old's sophisticated sentence structure.
You may be surprised to learn how different non-American parents view their infants and interact with them. Here are some of the differences.
Let's get down to the nitty-gritty of what you can expect from your third grader.
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