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Try this trick to improve your child's reading fluency.

The magic of echo reading

01:03 Grades K, 1, 2, 3

Carter on kids and chores

"It sounds really mean and tough," admits parenting coach Christine Carter... but it works. Here's her secret for getting kids to do their chores and take more responsibility.

Carter on kids and chores

01:59

Expert tip#3:"I don't like reading!"

The bestselling author of, “The Secret of Happy Families” did his research and discovered the best way to respond.

Expert tip#3:"I don't like reading!"

01:39

Tip #1: Who do you love the most?

It's a loaded question that can leave a parent gobsmacked. Expert Christine Carter explains how she responds when her own kids demand an answer.

Tip #1: Who do you love the most?

01:29

Tip #2: Who do you love the most?

Harvard University family psychologist Richard Weissbourd says before answering, ask this question to get to the heart of the matter.

Tip #2: Who do you love the most?

01:34

Erica Reischer on "I hate you!"

Is it time for a stern lecture or a time-out? Neither. Parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer says by taking this approach, you'll get beyond these three ugly words.

Erica Reischer on "I hate you!"

01:42

Dump the parenting books!

Proceed with caution when it comes to parenting advice, says Madeline Levine, author of "Teach Your Children Well" - but there is one expert you should trust.

Dump the parenting books!

01:05

Reading the pictures helps kids with comprehension.

Picture walk

01:20 Grades PK, K, 1

Reading games: Sight words

Play "My pile your pile" to expand your child's vocabulary and improve fluency.

Reading games: Sight words

01:10 Grades K, 1, 2, 3

All-time top parenting tip #1

We asked, they answered: 5 parenting experts share their best advice. Here, parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer warns against making this common discipline mistake.

All-time top parenting tip #1

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Expert tip#2: "Dad lets me do it"

Give kids credit for trying to get what they want, says parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer. But to keep the endless back-and-forth in check, follow this one guideline.

Expert tip#2: "Dad lets me do it"

01:36

Erica Reischer: "I'm bored!"

Parent coach and clinical psychologist Erica Reischer says parents shouldn't try to fix bad feelings. Do this instead, she advises, and the payoff will be huge.

Erica Reischer: "I'm bored!"

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