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Learn about the five characteristics of children who are ready to be at home on their own.
These two things go hand in hand. Learn how you can nurture these qualities in your child and help her grow into a happy, confident adult.
The author of SOAR(r) Study Skills, Susan Kruger, outlines the most common excuses given by students when they don't do their homework and how to overcome them.
Developing good organizational skills is a key ingredient for success in school and in life. Although some people are by nature more organized than others,
Learn about the different note taking methods you can use to organize your study materials and improve your grades.
Educational toys can promote skills vital to children's development. Get our tips for choosing educational toys, right in time for the holiday season.
Homework reinforces skills and helps children master what they have learned. Here are a few ways to help your child to make the most of homework.
Reading scores cannot be taken at face value: there are many different areas of reading skills, and a child might excel in one while struggling in another.
It may surprise you, but interactive games aren't all bad. In fact, video games can be educational! To help your child get the most out of her video game habit, teach her important life lessons and study skills that are embedded into every onscreen adventure.
Summarizes the cognitive growth in preschool children including symbolic thought, memory skills, reasoning abilities, time and perspective taking.
To prevent substance abuse disorders and their negative consequences, we need to protect children and teens from beginning to use substances while encouraging
Yes, it's true…Summer vacation is just around the corner. Children and their weary parents are dreaming of long summer evenings free of homework. What a relief
Help your teen avoid the summer math slide and retain math skills with these painless educational activities.
It's time to create a more functional homework space where the kids can study without so many distractions. Here's some tips to get your started:
Learning how to take tests is a skill in itself. Find out how students can benefit from test-taking skills.
Math and reading dominate more class time than ever before. Have we gone too far at the expense of science, social studies, art, and music?
Why experts say the study of history shouldn't be 'left behind.'
Social studies areas are universal across cultures, however, they may be expressed differently in various societies.
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