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Want to capture this moment in time? Make a time capsule! You'll be surprised what you find, when you dig it up at the end of the school year...
Article reinforces you to think and prepare for your college early during your middle and junior high classes.
In middle school, students are expected to organize, synthesize, and take real ownership of their essays.  Here's what parents can do to help.
Regardless of which parent it falls to to explain relationships and sex to your son, it's an important discussion to have that will benefit your family for years to come.
A theme is an idea or message about life, society, or human nature. And it is often the most hardest element for a middle schooler to identify in a book.
Middle school can be a challenge for even the best of students. Here are four great ways to get your child organized for success.
The first 18 years of your child's life is sure to be her most influential and developmental. Check out these basic milestones for children through the years, and find tips on how to nurture growth.
Wondering about your fifth grader's social life?  Here's a guide to what's going on.
Volunteering can make a positive impact in the world, and in your child. Here's how to help inspire kids to make a difference.
Here are some guidelines to help you child make New Year's school resolutions that will last.
A summary of the process of identifying school-age children with special needs and an an introduction to early intervention services.
During the fourth grade school year students crave physical challenges more than ever. Here's a checklist of new movement milestones in your fourth grade child:
Getting ready for fourth grade?  A comprehensive look at what parents can expect this year.
Find out what kindergarteners are learning between April and June, and see how they can meet end-of-year standards with your support.
Got a bag of goldfish crackers?  Got a little one?  Got some extra time?  Try this fun math lesson.
School-age children spend the majority of their waking hours in the care of someone other than their parents. Do you know who's on your team this year?
Play enables children to make sense of their world, allows children to express their thoughts and feelings, and fosters flexible and divergent thinking.
What can parents expect from a sixth grade math curriculum?  Here's how parents can guide their child through this year.
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