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Guidelines to help cope with stress for parents of children on the autism spectrum.
Does your kid have school burnout? Learn to find the balance between lazy and overworked, and replace school burnout with school success!
Popping up in approximately 2 million children, ADHD has the makings of a modern epidemic. Could the root of the problem be much time spent glued to the tube?
Do you know how advocate for your autistic child at an IEP? Learn the rights and processes that IDEA has put in place for education for special needs kids.
History for kids? It's tough to sell kids on the idea. But these fun history activities change the thought that history for kids has to be boring. Try 'em out!
Playing might seem to have little to do with the academic knowledge that children will need to succeed in kindergarten. So why is it so important in preschool?
Think you know a truly motivated kid? Learn the modern strategies for identifying key characteristics of motivated kids and tapping into them wisely.
Talking back is very common in children of preschool age. Here's what parents can do to cut back on attitude.
Try these simple activities to give your child a 'full-brain' workout.
If you suspect that your teen is stealing, it is important to figure out the underlying reasons. Here are some expert ideas for dealing with teens who steal.
The world of special education seems to come with its own unique language.  Practical parenting tips on how to navigate the maze of special needs education.
Learn what IQ testing is all about and if your child should take one.
Want to help your child succeed in school?  Expert parenting advice on how to keep your child happy and productive in the classroom.
Here are five brain foods and snack ideas for kids to help them do their best in the classroom and beyond.
One of the lessons that preschoolers need to learn is how to respect the belongings of others. Here are expert tips on teaching your child respectful behavior.
Here's a cheat sheet on where your child's writing skills should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
At first glance, grade retention may look like old-fashioned common sense: Fail the year? Just do it over!
By age five, girls are studious junior academics while boys are rough and tumble little terrors. That's an exaggerated view, but not a complete tall tale.
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