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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.
It's important as a parent to know what your preschooler is capable of understanding, so that you can form reasonable expectations.
Preschoolers are ready to explore the world of math.  Here are some fun activities for parents and children.
Getting a preschooler to bed is important for both his health and his parent's sanity. Here are 10 tips to help you solve the bedtime struggle with your child.
New research shows that teaching preschoolers both academic and social-emotional skills leads to greater school readiness overall.
The science of seasons includes lots of observation, outdoor exploration, and flat-out fun for parents and kids alike. Get started with these 10 ideas.
Preschoolers are actively engaged in scientific learning. Try a few of these fun and simple ways to engage your child in science learning.
Recognizing objects as red or blue, round or square is integral to a child's cognitive development, and sets the stage for math concepts.
One of the lessons that preschoolers need to learn is how to respect the belongings of others. Here are expert tips on teaching your child respectful behavior.
Find the answers to all of the questions you might not have even known you had and make the transition to preschool a smooth one.
How does a child fail preschool? Find out why some children fail preschool, and more important, how to avoid it!
'Academic' preschools that promise to prepare kids for the cutthroat world of kindergarten are becoming more and more popular. But are they a good idea?
Playing outside helps children burn off steam. But that running and jumping also holds another hidden benefit: it helps children work on gross-motor skills.
Is your child ready for kindergarten reading? Here are the 10 skills he needs in order to succeed.
By preschool, children identify themselves as male or female, and gender differences in their behavior may already be apparent.
Playing might seem to have little to do with the academic knowledge that children will need to succeed in kindergarten. So why is it so important in preschool?
Here are expert ideas from a child psychologist for helping your preschooler play with others.
Is your seventh or eighth grader battling books?  Here's what you can do to help.
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