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How can I get my sons to stop arguing?

My two boys are in kindergarten and third grade. They constantly argue. I have tried so many things. I have even separated them by giving them their own rooms so each one has his own space. It hasn't really helped. I would like to know...

My Kindergartner Has Separation Anxiety

My 5-year-old just started public school kindergarten. She had gone to Montessori school since she was 10 months old. Now she has severe separation anxiety when I try to bring her to her new kindergarten class. She refuses to ride the bus. It's better...

How Can I Help My Angry Kindergartner?

My child is constantly getting into altercations with others. He says they are picking on him and saying mean things to him. He becomes very angry and aggressive. He has been placed in time-outs and has been sent to the principal's office. At times he...

My Child Doesn't Pay Attention

I have a 5-year-old daughter in kindergarten. She attended home daycare for about two years before kindergarten. Her teacher is having problems with her not listening or paying attention. When the class is quiet she is up and about doing other things. Then she...

How Can I Stop My Son's Hitting?

My 5-year-old son has had the principal and teacher calling for the past four days. He is hitting other students. Today he hit the teacher. This has become so constant that we are meeting with the teacher for the second time in two weeks...

My kindergartner hates school

My kindergartner says she hates school. She tells me that she is bored and that the other kids are making fun of her. My child is very smart and gets her work done early and has nothing to do when she is finished. What can...

How Do I Help My Child Focus?

I have a kindergartner who has become less focused. The teacher and I have been talking frequently, and I talk with him. But his behavior is actually getting worse. He is just being silly and frequently he gets way off track. Even when he is...

Inside the kindergartner's brain

What insights can neuroscience offer parents about the mind of a kindergartner?

Help your child learn to make choices

Offer your child a choice so she can learn to make good decisions.

Teaching children how to wait

Kids can learn to make good decisions by learning to wait for things they want.

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