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Find out if your preschooler is developing normally, as well as what to do if you suspect she might be experiencing a developmental delay.
Parenting is tough work. What should you expect from a teenager in terms of manners? Here's what's reasonable for a high schooler, and how to teach it.
Self-regulation is increasingly being seen as a good predictor of a child's academic success. What is it, and how can parents help their child learn it?
How to communicate with your middle school aged child. What tweens think about and how it's best to speak to them.
Parenting advice on how to teach your kindergartener the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
When it comes to early childhood milestones, what's normal and what's not? Here are some common milestones, and when you can expect your child to reach them.
Every parent of a teenager understands the relevance of appropriate friends. But what about young children?
While every child develops artistically at his or her own pace, there are certain milestones typical on the journey. Here’s what parents can look for:
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your first grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
The foundation for successful language development starts with appropriate language experiences at home. Here are some ways to encourage speech in your toddler.
Here's what parents can do with to help their two-year-olds grow, learn, and have fun along the way.
It's estimated that 10 percent of all Americans have a speech problem. The good news is that young kids can be helped tremendously with a bit of intervention.
An expert parenting guide to understanding your kindergartener's speech development.
When children do something hurtful we tend to make them apologize. But it isn't saying 'I'm sorry' that children need to learn so much as it is feeling sorry.
If you've got a kid in preschool, your time for peace and quiet has come to an end.  Here's a guide to understanding why your child is talking your ear off.
People used to consider a baby's brain a blank slate, but new research is proving that wrong. The gist of it: your baby knows more about math than you think.
Young children develop their brains and bodies through interacting with the world around them. How can parents help their young child learn through play?
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