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Very active children can present challenges to parents and teachers.  But they're not 'problem' children, they just need extra support from those around them.
Dining etiquette isn't about showing off or following an arcane set of rules; it's about making mealtime more pleasant for everybody.  How to teach manners.
Schools and parents alike need to ensure the teens of today have what they need to become world leaders of tomorrow.
Author Betsy Brown Braun provides some guidelines on how to successfully curb potty talk.
What's behind the increasing levels of prescription drug abuse among adolescents, even as levels of drinking, smoking, and use of 'street drugs' has fallen?
You would never wash your child's mouth out with soap, but you wouldn't mind if he cleaned up his act.  How to deal with a potty mouth.
Here are tips for involving your child in the curfew setting process.
Have you caught your child lying, stealing or cheating? Here are some tips for parents on how to handle the situation.
A child's angry outbursts can be tough to handle. Here are some tips for safely restraining your child, as well as how to discuss his behavior with him.
ADHD or normal?  A parenting guide to understanding young childhood development.
Here are five ways learn about the Response-to-Intervention process.
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
Expert parenting advice on how to deal with everyday power struggles between parents and first graders.
Auditory learners learn best by hearing information and using self-talk, but how do you know if your child is an auditory learner? Education.com has the answer!
The petty back-and-forth between your kids is making you crazy. Can't we all just get along? Here's how.
Fibbing, bending the truth, telling tall tales: in other words, lying.  What to do when your child stops telling the truth.
A new baby changes everything, so make the adjustment easier on your young child with these suggestions.
Just why do kids develop repetitive habits like hair-twisting and thumb-sucking, and what, if anything, can parents do about it?
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