Avoid these conversational pitfalls to improve communication with your child.
GreatSchools parents share their stories about the unique, sometimes unexpected ways they boost their children's learning.
My 3.5-year-old daughter is talkative, energetic, imaginative and inquisitive at home. However, when she is at preschool, a neighbor's house, a dance class, etc., she is quiet and withdrawn. She prefers to sit and watch or withdraws completely from other people. What can I...
My 4-year-old daughter recently started preschool. This is her first time in school. Her teacher says she has problems listening and following directions. I don't notice these behaviors at home. How can I help her be more attentive in school?
My preschooler is very chatty at home. She retells stories but won't respond to her teacher at school. What can I do to help her?
My 5-year-old has impulse issues. He gets mad and lashes out then feels bad and true remorse after it is all said and done. I have talked to him and told him to try counting before making choices and he has not been able...
For the past two weeks, my 4-year-old has come home from preschool every day saying that nobody will play with her. My daughter is a sweet girl but can be very sensitive, demanding, and whiny. I have not seen many interactions with her classmates...
Before they can learn academics, kids need to know how to behave in a group.
How you can help at home: This activity will prepare your young child for learning social studies by building an understanding of family and generations.
How to help your children stick with it (no matter what).