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What are the issues driving the vaccine debate, and what do parents need to know before deciding for themselves whether vaccines hurt or help?
Oh, the separation anxiety! Dropping your toddler off at school or with a babysitter can be scary, but follow these Do's and Don'ts to quell separation anxiety.
Here are some tips to help your kindergartener deal with separation anxiety during the first days of school.
An expert guide to the mental development of third graders.
Here's a cheat sheet on what your child's social studies curriculum should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
Separation anxiety is a very common problem for preschool children. Here are some tips for cutting down on separation anxiety during the preschool year.
Are the books on your bookshelves gathering dust? Between doing chores and running around, it may seem impossible to find time to sit and read a story with your child. Find ways to squeeze in reading with these eight tips.
Do learning styles such as kinesthetic, auditory, and visual really exist? Find out what the learning style debate is all about.
If you have a child with a learning disability, you could use a few tips from the experts: teachers! Use these special education teacher tips at home.
When kindergarteners and first graders reverse letters, are they just hitting a bump, or should you worry about dyslexia? Here's info on dyslexia warning signs.
We've got tips from the experts on what to look for in order to make sure your child with special needs is supported in the classroom.
Educators use milestones as possible indicators for learning disabilities. Here is a list of red flags to look out for in kindergarten.
Sensitive children have different, more exaggerated, reactions.  They're not deficient, and they are not weak.  Expert tips on raising your sensitive child.
According to the Girl Scout Research Institute, young girls enjoy math just as much as boys. Somewhere along the way, though, their enthusiasm gets quashed.
The way kids practice and the way they're criticized both play a part in the likelihood of achieving greatness. Here's what you need to know.
Identifying learning styles can help in finding strategies for success in school. Here are characteristics of, and techniques for, the visual learner.
Want to help ease the transition for your child this fall? Here are six secrets that will help ensure back-to-school success for your child.
Smart tablets offer children with autism spectrum disorders the chance to brush up on skills they struggle with. Apps for autism use a touch- and visual-based interface that's intuitive, accessible, and engaging to special needs kids. With these applications, learning happensat both home and in schooland skill building is integrated into everyday life.
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