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As a parent, you want to keep high standards for you child. But what do high standards look like?
Is it really possible that a mom's bad mood can rub off on her kid? Research says yes.
Playing games can be a great way to learn, and the middle years are no exception. Here are 8 cool games sure to kick learning into high gear.
How can you help your kids reach their full potential? Here are some expert tips:
When it comes to finding the perfect board games for the elementary school crowd, parents can find themselves in quite a pickle.  Here's our top choices!
The British Government wants every child to participate in five hours of sport every week. Would a push like this work in the United States and should it?
Many parents see art as secondary to academics.  Art cultivates imagination and creativity, but it also hones critical-thinking and problem-solving.
Integrating science into familiar settings can bring the magic of science to life. Here are some fun ways to introduce your preschooler to science at the park.
Check out these healthy and quick creative snack ideas for children to try in the kitchen!
Waldorf education isn't just something that happens in the classroom. Here are some tips for bringing Waldorf principles, like rhythm and imagination, home.
Whether your kid's an outdoors enthusiast or a couch potato, there's plenty of fun to be had at home. So come on in--the weather's fine inside!
It's an age-old tactic: want to get your kid to try hard in school? Pay for grades! Lots of families have tried it, but does it really work?
According to a recent report, most teens feel unprepared for careers in technology and engineering. Here's how you can help.
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:
Is your child primarily a visual, auditory, or kinesthetic learner?  How to use your child's strengths to help them overcome their weaknesses.
With all the consumer hype around the holidays, it's hard to know how to destress the season of giving and getting. Here are ten tips for parents.
School kids learn better when their parents help. Here's how to tell if educational resources like workbooks fit your child's program.
Here's what parents can do with to help their two-year-olds grow, learn, and have fun along the way.
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