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Every child learns differently.  If your child loves jokes, constantly sings or hums, and is louder than other kids, chances are she's an auditory learner.
History for kids? It's tough to sell kids on the idea. But these fun history activities change the thought that history for kids has to be boring. Try 'em out!
By the time a child has turned three, biting should be rare. Here's what parents can do if children are still biting long after they have turned three.
Talking back is very common in children of preschool age. Here's what parents can do to cut back on attitude.
There are benefits of failure? Yes! Making mistakes is a hugel part of learning, in school and in life. Learn what benefits of failure lie in 5 school subjects.
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.
Want to help your shy preschooler? Here are some ways to help shy children become a part of the group.
Here are some practical parenting tips for how to help your kinesthetic learner.
Give kids who are autistic activities that stimulate attention, foster calm, and create loads of fun! Here are 10 great autism activities.
Here are some expert tips for helping your child deal with back to school anxieties.
Here's a cheat sheet on where your child's writing skills should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
What is my learning style? For teens, finding the answer is the key to memorizing the quadratic formula and other important concepts in school.
Sensitive children have different, more exaggerated, reactions.  They're not deficient, and they are not weak.  Expert tips on raising your sensitive child.
An expert guide to the mental development of second graders.
An expert guide to the mental development of fourth graders.
Is your child a visual or a kinesthetic learner? Here's how to use your child's strengths to build math skills at home.
Is your child artistic, great with faces (but not names); does she have a strong sense of color?  She may be a visual learner.
Does your kid have school burnout? Learn to find the balance between lazy and overworked, and replace school burnout with school success!
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