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Young children develop their brains and bodies through interacting with the world around them. How can parents help their young child learn through play?
Here is a technique that you can use to make spelling practice easier for your child.
Getting outside help for your high schooler has become mainstream. But, how do you get the best help?
Here are some tips for finding healthy snack options.
Is it possible to turn struggling teens around? Check out this article for tips on how to motivate your low-achieving teen.
From getting kids involved in the kitchen to sneaking in pureed carrots, here are 9 ways to encourage kids to eat and enjoy their vegetables.
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.
Ages-old philosophical concepts are embedded in books, films, music, TV shows, comics, and video games, and can add meaning for young thinkers.
Why experts say the study of history shouldn't be 'left behind.'
How can you know if grade-skipping is right for your child?
Whether your child is a kinesthetic, auditory, or visual learner, these parenting tips will help you help your little one reach their full potential.
Early childhood educators are singing the praises of song as a literacy tool. Here's how you can get your child learning through song!
Schools and parents alike need to ensure the teens of today have what they need to become world leaders of tomorrow.
What are 'Multiple Intelligences?'  An inside look into Dr. Howard Gardner's theories and what they could mean to your child.
Thanks to growing competition from around the world, students must work harder than ever. Here are the skills that kids will need to compete.
Here are great ideas to turn your preschooler's romp at the playground into a fun-filled adventure in science.
Parents seem obligated to use the report card moment as a pep talk. But experts aren't sure this is the right way to go.
What can you do to keep your child motivated to learn during the highly distracting holiday season?
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