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This blog was originally published by Gary G. Brannigan, Ph.D. & Howard Margolis, Ed.D in www.reading2008.com/blog. They co-authored Reading Disabilities: Beating The Odds, a book to help parents identify reading difficu... Read more
When you ask a child what they would like for Hannukah or Christmas chances are they are going to tell you something (or a lot of things) technology-related. What's that -- your kids don't say, "What I'd really love is a gif... Read more
Keeping kids healthy and in school is always high on a parent’s priority list. But sometimes, parents have questions about how to promote healthy lifestyles and when to keep kids home from school. We bet you have a few... Read more
Giving your kids books to read. Great. Making reading and literacy a family activity and habit—even better.
Did you know that November is Family Literacy month? Family literacy is more than just building reading skills... Read more
How does my child get along with other children? Is my son getting better at following verbal instructions for in-class assignments? My daughter aces her spelling tests, then turns around and mis-spells the words the next day... Read more
Just wanted to give you a head's up to a cool contest that one of our sponsors is running: the Play 60 Super Bowl Contest.
As parents, one of our top priorities is to keep our kids active and healthy. Sometimes it takes more ... Read more
Are your kids sniffling and sneezing already this school year? Yep, cold and flu season is upon us. You'll be happy to know that we just launched a new Healthy School Kids page that provides practical tips, tools and insight ... Read more
“School is more demanding for my kids than it was when I went to school.” How many times have you said this or heard this said?
Kids need to be at their best in order to do well and enjoy school. It seems that nev... Read more
One of my all-time favorite quotes that I have passed along to my kids is:
"I haven't failed. I've just found 10,000 ways that won't work." ~Thomas Edison
I think it's important for our kids to know that in school... Read more
Cell phones, Facebook, I-Touch, Xbox + students + parents… can they peacefully co-exist and survive the school year? How do we best teach our kids to manage technology distractions on school nights? Hmmm.
Did you ever ... Read more