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Teaching elementary schoolers persistence

How to help your children stick with it (no matter what).

How to praise elementary schoolers

The right (and wrong) way to cheer on your third- through fifth-grader.

Exploring Emotions

Help your fourth- or fifth-grader learn to express his emotions.

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These fun games are perfect for those long car rides.

Edible scavenger hunt

Give your third-, fourth-, or fifth-grader healthy detective work with this nutritious game.

Do you need a parent coach?

Go, Mom, go! Could a parent coach turn you into the parent you always hoped to be?

Nine steps to a smart start

With a little planning, you can make going back to school simple and stress-free.

Help! My child has been reaped

Millions of children are already possessed by The Hunger Games trilogy, now the first movie is on its way. Has children’s media become too addictive - and too violent?

My Son Struggles in Class But Works Well at Home

I am very confused because my son works differently at school than when he is at home. The work his teachers say he struggles with in school is work he breezes through at home without a problem. The problem is mainly in math. I went...

My Son Is Smart, Slow and Stubborn

My son is pretty smart and was just accepted into his school's "gifted and talented" program. The problem is he does everything slowly including copying a simple assignment, taking a bath and eating. He also gets extremely distracted. For example, when he is...

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