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How to support all students involved in bullying
Some information about the benefits of reading aloud to your children.
Some homemade items to help with classroom fidgeting
Self care strategies for parents
A list of 6 ways you can protect your child this winter from getting the cold and flu
For a better relationship for anyone in your life practice these 7 steps.
The top 10 homework tips for parents
A short description of college entrance exams and when students should be taking them.
Monitoring and talking about technology can be difficult, here are some tips and information regarding the discussion of technology and the internet.
A 10-15 minute activity for you and your child to do together to learn about name calling.
Here is a list of 50 questions to ask your student instead of asking " how was your day?". Use these to prompt conversation and get your student to reflect about their experiences during the day.
Relaxed mornings are few and far between for the average American family, and it can seem like you’re always in a race against the clock to get everyone out the door on time. If it seems like your kids are making you 10 minutes late every morning, try these tricks to make mornings go faster and smoothly:
As students prepare to head back to school each year, parents face the same question: How can they help their kids advance in school, develop into creative, collaborative thinkers, and make for an overall less stressful experience?
As children take their first steps away from the safety net of their home and their parents, and into the wider world of school, friends and extracurricular activities, they have to quickly learn to adjust and adapt.