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Think you know a truly motivated kid? Learn the modern strategies for identifying key characteristics of motivated kids and tapping into them wisely.
Try these simple activities to give your child a 'full-brain' workout.
Is your child a visual or a kinesthetic learner? Here's how to use your child's strengths to build math skills at home.
Here are five brain foods and snack ideas for kids to help them do their best in the classroom and beyond.
Is your child artistic, great with faces (but not names); does she have a strong sense of color?  She may be a visual learner.
According to the Girl Scout Research Institute, young girls enjoy math just as much as boys. Somewhere along the way, though, their enthusiasm gets quashed.
Experts are now acknowledging that the loss of creative childhood play is having some negative consequences.
Are the books on your bookshelves gathering dust? Between doing chores and running around, it may seem impossible to find time to sit and read a story with your child. Find ways to squeeze in reading with these eight tips.
Learn what IQ testing is all about and if your child should take one.
An expert guide to the mental development of third graders.
Does your child jump right into an activity without asking how to do it? Is he unusually coordinated for his age? Perhaps he's a kinesthetic learner.
Does your kid have school burnout? Learn to find the balance between lazy and overworked, and replace school burnout with school success!
It's important as a parent to know what your preschooler is capable of understanding, so that you can form reasonable expectations.
By age five, girls are studious junior academics while boys are rough and tumble little terrors. That's an exaggerated view, but not a complete tall tale.
An expert guide to the mental development of first graders.
'Bang, bang! You're dead!' Whether it's fake sword fighting, pretend gunplay, or a superhero scene recreated, parents may cringe at the idea of make-believe violence where kids pretend to kill each other. But there's more to pretend play than meets the eye, which is part of the reason you can't stop kids from doing it. Learn what pretend play means to children, and find out when you should step in.
Want to help your child succeed in school?  Expert parenting advice on how to keep your child happy and productive in the classroom.
The way kids practice and the way they're criticized both play a part in the likelihood of achieving greatness. Here's what you need to know.
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