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Do We Need A New Approach to Teen Bullying?

by Jane Wangersky November 13th, 2017| Behavior, Teens
There's a backlash going on.

My son, having his first block of the day free, managed not to have to go to the school assembly on cyberbullying. But he came home repeating the negative comments of students who had been there: It was all about “the problem, but no solutions”
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3 Essential Computer Safety Tips for Tweens

by Lori Sciame November 6th, 2017| Safety, Tweens
Tweens spend a lot of time on the computer. From playing video games, to participating in social media, to watching Netflix, tweens spend a good portion of their downtime staring at a computer monitor.  You might think you know about computer safety, but there is a good chance you

The Future is Young: Orphanages and Adoption

by Editorial Team November 3rd, 2017| Infants/Toddlers
Children are usually seen as the most vulnerable part of society. While many cultures around the world value and protect the elderly as much as children, it’s nevertheless the young, who have yet to grow and learn to take care of themselves, who we collectively value most. Children, as the
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How to Foster Effective Communication in Children

by Lori Sciame October 30th, 2017| Communication, Elementary
Every person has strengths and weaknesses. For example, some people are born communicators, while others struggle to connect with their peers. As a parent, you must assist your child with becoming an effective communicator, even if he or she can be classified as "shy" or as an "introvert."  This does
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Develop a Child’s Values to Ensure Their Success

by Joe Lawrence October 23rd, 2017| Behavior, Preschool
As parents we are constantly trying to discover what the next big thing is. We want our children to be set up for success and to become productive members of society. When it comes to this, our preschoolers and us can learn a lot from the military.

I have been

How to Prepare a Delicious and Healthy Breakfast for Your Children

by Editorial Team October 17th, 2017| Elementary


Breakfast habits don’t come easy to most of us, and that’s because we tend to lead busy lives. We can’t find enough time to whip up a healthy treat in the morning, even if we know that it is essential for our brains to be up to par later on.

Setting Up Your Kids to Be Debt Free By Becoming Debt Free

by Editorial Team October 17th, 2017| Elementary
Like it or not, your children pay more attention to your actions more than you think. That can be a gift or a curse, depending on how you conduct business in your everyday life. Some negative behaviors may not have a lasting impact on your children if passed down. But
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Tooth and Gum Care Tips for Infants and Toddlers

by Marnie Bii October 16th, 2017| Care, Infants/Toddlers
Preventative care is key when it comes to dental health. For kids, this means starting dental care as early as possible to give them the best chance at avoiding cavities and other dental problems in the future. Regular tooth and gum care can also make the teething process much
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Talking to Your Teen at Dinner

by Jane Wangersky October 9th, 2017| Communication, Teens
Getting teens to talk is hard, getting a contemporary family together for a sit-down dinner is hard, so why attempt to do both at the same time? Because a few simple (not easy) things you can do will help make it a time for the family to reconnect with
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4 Fun Places to Build Tween Friendships

by Lori Sciame October 2nd, 2017| Social, Tweens
The tween years can be described in one word: awkward. Children this age grapple not only with their changing bodies, but they must cope with changing friendships as well. It's not as easy as asking someone on the elementary school playground to be your friend anymore. For tweens it's

Three Great Homemade Christmas Gift Ideas

by Editorial Team September 27th, 2017| Elementary
What if you could take the stress out of Christmas? Does the thought of sitting in traffic for hours on the way to a crowded mall fill you with dread? What if you could use what you have already in your cupboards to make some truly unique, beautiful gifts for
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4 Easy Ways to Increase a Child’s Sociability

by Lori Sciame September 26th, 2017| Elementary, Social
Being able to relate to others is a skill set all children must develop. Basically, being sociable will enhance a child's life in many ways, including performing better in school.  All parents, then, should assist their children with developing people skills.  Read this post to learn four easy ways
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