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As soon as your child develops his motor skills, he'll be showing you his dominant hand. What should you do if it's his left one?
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!
Independence starts at home -- in your own kitchen and your own backyard.  Here's how to set up your house to encourage it.
You want to protect your child and you want to ensure that he has plenty of friends.  Here are some tools he needs to be social and to be a good friend.
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.
Peer pressure can be tough during early, middle, and late adolescence. Read on for tips and tricks to help your teen think independently.
Anorexia kills more than 10% of its victims, and bulimia 1%. Eating disorders are a big problem in America. Here's what you need to know.
Here's some advice from the experts on the serious issue of self-harm, a teen trend on the rise.
Children's minds are ripe for studying philosophy because they're uncluttered and naturally curious.  Here's a parenting guide to getting your child started.
Sure, kids can identify strong feelings. But we sometimes overlook the importance of adding depth and breadth to our children's emotional vocabulary.
Writing a descriptive essay may be challenging, but children have the material, in their memory and imagination, to create a successful one.
Getting outside help for your high schooler has become mainstream. But, how do you get the best help?
Here are some ideas for helping your child launch their journey of self-discovery. It may just lead to success in the future.
Should you let your kid light a fire? Play with knives? Dismantle your appliances? Gever Tulley of the summer program The Tinkering School, says yes.
Here are four ways that parents can help raise their child's self esteem.
A new trend in teenage sleepovers is causing parents to wonder when this rite of passage became a matter of right or wrong. The issue? Coed slumber parties.
This article discusses ways in which educators can build positive relationships with their students.
Discusses Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs and how it provides a model for understanding the need for human relations in the classroom.
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