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All-time top parenting tip #2

We asked, they answered: 5 parenting experts share their best nugget of advice. Here, "Mindset" author Carol Dweck on the right (and wrong) way to praise your child.

All-time top parenting tip #2

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Bruce Feiler's #1 parenting tip

Bruce Feiler spent years interviewing experts on how to have a happy family - and learned enough to fill a book. But here's his favorite piece of advice for parents.

Bruce Feiler's #1 parenting tip

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Expert tip #3: "I am bad at math!"

Stanford researcher and "Mindset" author Carol Dweck says when kids come to you with this common refrain, respond using a powerful word that changes everything.

Expert tip #3: "I am bad at math!"

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Expert tip #1: "I'm bad at math!"

TV's "Supernanny" Deborah Tillman says that when a child is struggling with math - or any subject - parents need to step in quickly to help. Here's how.

Expert tip #1: "I'm bad at math!"

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Expert tip #2: "I'm bad at math!"

Instead of focusing on whether they're 'good" or "bad" at something, help kids see the value of hard work, advises parent coach and psychologist Erica Reischer.

Expert tip #2: "I'm bad at math!"

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Expert tip #1: "Dad lets me do it!"

“Are you on the same highway with your partner?” asks “The Parents We Mean to Be” author Richard Weissbourd. If not, make sure you get there to avoid constant conflict.

Expert tip #1: "Dad lets me do it!"

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Children can learn and have fun at the same time when reading non fiction books. Teach your child nonfiction reading strategies so he can build his reading skills and become a better reader.

Nonfiction for fun and learning, too

00:50 Grades K, 1, 2, 3

Reading strategies: Correct or not?

When a child makes a mistake reading aloud, should you stop and correct him or not?

Reading strategies: Correct or not?

00:48 Grades K, 1, 2, 3

Help your child learn the way around a book.

Follow my finger

01:00 Grades PK, K

Tip #4: "You're not the boss of me!"

"The Secrets of Happy Families" author Bruce Feiler offers this magic bullet to avoid confrontation over this childish quip - one that makes everybody, yes, happy.

Tip #4: "You're not the boss of me!"

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Tip #2: "You're not the boss of me!"

That sass will not be tolerated, say "Sh*tty Moms" co-authors Alicia Ybarbo and Mary Ann Zoellner. Here's their take-no-prisoners advice for such disrespect.

Tip #2: "You're not the boss of me!"

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Tip #1: "You're not the boss of me!"

The "Raising Happiness" author and parenting expert says the more you let your kids be the boss, the less you're likely to hear this complaint.

Tip #1: "You're not the boss of me!"

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Tip #3: "You're not the boss of me!"

"The Parents We Mean to Be" author and Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd advises parents to use this comment as a moment to step back and reconsider what's gone amiss.

Tip #3: "You're not the boss of me!"

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Tip #1: "What's wrong with him?"

It’s a question that makes parents cringe, but the author of "The Parents We Mean to Be" says to treat the moment with compassion to avoid making the situation worse.

Tip #1: "What's wrong with him?"

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Decoding words is one of the fundamental reading skills that children must learn to be better readers. Learn how to teach your child the basic of decoding strategies.

Tackling $5 words the easy way

01:00 Grades K, 1, 2, 3