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The overwhelming consensus of the experts is that children should really be learning a second language. Here's how to get started.
Many parents see art as secondary to academics.  Art cultivates imagination and creativity, but it also hones critical-thinking and problem-solving.
Is good sportsmanship a thing of the past? Here's how parents can cultivate a sense of sportsmanship in their child.
Here are 8 great outdoor games to make your next picnic an exciting event.
Itâs no secret: creative writing is challenging. Here are some ideas from teachers and writers to help spark the imagination.
If you're like most parents, getting your kids to eat their vegetables is a tall order. Here's a unique approach that just might get the job done.
What should you say when your child asks you why the woman on the corner is pushing a grocery cart?  Here are some tips on discussing homelessness with kids.
Checklist to help parents assess quality of physical activity programs that can contribute positively to the development of sportsmanship and ethics.
Create lasting memories and appreciation of foreign cultures with these holiday celebrations.
Should parents expect the same level of discipline out of their children over the summer months?
Parents can help pick up where the textbooks leave off, and advance their child's understanding of citizenship. Here are some tips to get you started.
Five strategies to create a fun, enriching summertime educational experience that will give your child the math skills to get ahead before fall.
Help your teen avoid the summer math slide and retain math skills with these painless educational activities.
The same attitude that can drives parents crazy may also be the key to powerful and evocative writing. Here are ways to harnass your teen's spunk for good:
Whether you plan to sleep in a tent or a cabin, leaving the comforts of home can be an adventure in and of itself with your preschooler.  Here's what to do.
Here's the reader's digest version of everything your teen should know about politics in the U.S.
Tips for arranging a solid and stress-free schedule for your child this summer.
It's a golden age for adult nonfiction, but engaging juvenile nonfiction is also on the rise. Here are five fantastic fact-filled books for kids.
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