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Help your fourth- or fifth-grader learn to express his emotions.
These fun games are perfect for those long car rides.
Give your third-, fourth-, or fifth-grader healthy detective work with this nutritious game.
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With a little planning, you can make going back to school simple and stress-free.
Go, Mom, go! Could a parent coach turn you into the parent you always hoped to be?
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...