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Are you ready for the first day of school? Is your child? Follow these steps to make sure the transition to kindergarten is as easy as possible.
Before you decide to send your student off to a summertime study camp, learn what he'll be in for with this list of pros and cons of academic camps.
Encourage your child to contribute his time this summer to a worthwhile cause - through volunteering! Here's a beginner's guide to getting started.
Should you separate your twins and send them to different classrooms? Or keep them together under one roof?
When your child is between the ages of 5 and 9, your job is to empower him to be both careful and confident. That means teaching them about personal safety.
As summer swings to an end, the London Olympics are off with a bang! Check out this recommended reading list to spark your child's interest in sports.
If you're like most parents, getting your kids to eat their vegetables is a tall order. Here's a unique approach that just might get the job done.
Here are 8 great outdoor games to make your next picnic an exciting event.
Let the countdown begin! Kindergarten is just one year away. Your challenge: enjoy this year while preparing your child for entry into the school world.
Starting a summer business can be fun, and, with a bit of effort, it's a great way to make money and gain a sense of responsibility.
No matter the size of your garden or what you plant, get your hands dirty with the kids. The fun will keep growing all summer long.
Here are some great camp activities that you can try at home this summer.
Kids can lose their academic footing during the summer. Here's how to keep your child  on track.
The Summer Solstice provides a great learning opportunity for kids of all ages.
Whether you plan to sleep in a tent or a cabin, leaving the comforts of home can be an adventure in and of itself with your preschooler.  Here's what to do.
The last day of school is almost universally seen as a day of celebration, but underlying the jubilation there can be loneliness and a sense of anxiety.
Summer reading has a lot to do with learning. But that doesn't mean it has to be dull.
Integrating science into familiar settings can bring the magic of science to life. Here are some fun ways to introduce your preschooler to science at the park.
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