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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?
Pull the curtains on the “me” show gently and lovingly with these strategies for diverting attention-seeking behavior.
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.
One great strategy for teaching your child to make new friends skills is to use the 5 senses. Here's how it works.
Where do sports fit in when it comes to education? Here are some parenting tips about how to manage team time, and help your child find a love of sports.
Here is a parenting guide to teaching your fifth grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
Finding it tough to raise a compassionate, nonviolent boy in a culture full of violence in the media? Follow this 10-step plan!
Concrete play is any kind of tangible, hands-on play where your child uses his body or hands to manipulate things.  A guide to why it's so important.
Want to get your child playing, laughing and learning? Here are our top picks for best board games for preschool, grade school, middle school, and high school.
What if creative play was being eroded by toy companies and media conglomerates focused on profit? One expert suggests that's exactly what's happening.
A child with a disability is more likely to be bullied than his typically developing peers. Here are parenting tips from a special needs teacher of 20 years.
Every parent of a teenager understands the relevance of appropriate friends. But what about young children?
Why do school shootings happen, and what can we do to prevent them?
A trip to a friend's house may seem ho-hum compared to a ballet class, but it's just as important.  Why we can't lose the 'playdate.'
Introverts are people who prefer to be alone, rather than surrounded by friends. Here's what parents of introverted children need to know.
Expert advice from a school psychologist on how parents can better understand their third grader.
Most experts agree that while children are curious about difference, they learn prejudice from others.  Here are some parenting tips to help promote tolerance.
Is it really possible that a mom's bad mood can rub off on her kid? Research says yes.
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