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Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
Learn about the social, emotional, physical and intellectual milestones of children in your child's age group.
On a daily basis, many young adults see and hear about death and debilitating diseases. Literature can help them work through their emotions.
Researches showed that the Incredible 5-Point Scale is an effective intervention for teaching children with Asperger Syndrome social and emotional concepts.
Some parents worry that learning the news about Santa Claus could cause significant emotional damage. What do the experts say about handling the Santa Question?
Here are some expert tips for helping your child overcome debilitating emotions and enjoy a positive back to school start.
Biking offers a myriad of physical, emotional and developmental benefits for kids. Here are some tips to get your child riding safely.
Math anxiety can affect a wide range of students, despite those students' actual knowledge and skill with math concepts. And overcoming math anxiety can seem as difficult to some as the toughest trigonometry and calculus problems you can imagine. But by providing the right approach and lots of support, you can make it simple and help your child overcome math anxiety. You may be surprised to learn just how it's done. Learn what to add, subtract, take away and carry over when it comes to helping your child feel comfortable with math.
By Karen Perles 

When you had a second child, you probably figured that you were giving your first child a great present. Years down the road, however, you’re starting to second-guess yourself. After all, your kids are constantly at each other’s throats, tattling on each other and competing with each other. What happened to the best friends you thought you’d be raising? According to Jennifer Cassatly, a clinical psychologist who works with children and their parents, they might be right under your nose.
When you had a second child, you probably figured that you were giving your first child a lifetime companion. But years down the road, your kids are constantly fighting and finding the need to compete with each other. What happened to the best friends you thought you’d be raising? According to clinical psychologist Jennifer Cassatly, they could be right under your nose.
Learn how children are affected by ASD, autism spectrum disorders. Click through this slideshow for info about some behaviors of kids with ASD.
Learn the similarities and differences between the genders.
Analysis of the importance of secure attachment between parents and infants and toddlers and its impact on children's social-emotional development, self-esteem
It's often hard to find time to play with our kids. But doing so may just be  the best investment parents can make in their children's future.
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