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Join our bloggers as they share their experiences on the challenges and joys of helping children succeed in school.
|ADHD and Medication: Should You Consider It for Your Child?
Jan 31, 2012 - Posted by Livia McCoy in Teachers, SchoolFamily.com, School Success, Parenting, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Livia McCoy, Learning Disabilities, Kindergarten, Kids Learning, Homework, High School, Health and Fitness, Elementary School, ADHD
Making the decision to medicate your child for attention problems is extremely difficult. I encourage you to consider it, however, if your child is struggling in school, and those who work with him have mentioned possible att... Read more
|Are You Welcome In Your Child's Classroom?
Jan 26, 2012 - Posted by Carol Brooks Ball in Teachers, SchoolFamily.com, School Curriculum, Parenting, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Kindergarten, Kids Learning, High School, Helicopter Parents, Fun Learning Activities, Elementary School
Have you ever attempted to sit in on one of your children’s classes at school and been turned away? If not, and if you were actually welcomed into the class by school officials, consider yourself lucky. Even though the ... Read more
|The Red Flags of Cyber Bullying
Jan 26, 2012 - Posted by SchoolFamily in Technology, Teachers, SchoolFamily.com, Parenting, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Kindergarten, Internet Safety, High School, Health and Fitness, Elementary School, Bullying
SchoolFamily.com guest blogger Dr. Michele Borba, Ph.D. is an expert and author on issues involving children and teens, parenting, bullying, and moral development. Her work aims to help strengthen children’s character... Read more
My little boy (see photo) loves Legos. Okay. What 7-year-old boy doesn’t?
However he loves them for about 10 minutes. Or as long as it takes him to put together the elaborate “puzzle” of pieces via t... Read more
|Start Using Those S.A.T. Vocabulary Words Early
Jan 16, 2012 - Posted by Connie McCarthy in Teachers, SchoolFamily.com, Parenting, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Kindergarten, Kids Reading, Kids Learning, High School, Fun Learning Activities, Elementary School, Connie McCarthy, College
We were recently visiting a family friend, a young woman who's a great young mom with two active preschool children. It was impressive to hear her speak and explain things to her son and daughter. I complimented her on her gr... Read more
SchoolFamily.com's guest blogger this week is Neil McNerney, M.Ed., LPC , author of Homework—A Parent’s Guide To Helping Out Without Freaking Out!
You know the look. It’s the look your kid gives whe... Read more
Do you think you should have say in any—and every—aspect of your child’s school curriculum?
What about your neighbor? Or how about the crank who shows up at every school committee meeting, complaining... Read more
“Everybody can be great because everybody can serve.”
—Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Did you know Martin Luther King Day has morphed into an official “Day of Service?” If you check the website, MLK... Read more
When it was time for my daughter to start using Facebook, we read articles, talked to Internet safety experts, and researched Facebook terms of service (TOS) rules for children. (Did you know children younger than 13 aren't a... Read more
|Calm Parenting: 8 Ways to Get Control When Your Child is Making You Angry
Jan 03, 2012 - Posted by SchoolFamily in SchoolFamily.com, Parenting, Parent Involvement, Middle School, Kids Learning, Homework, High School, Helicopter Parents, Health and Fitness, Elementary School, After-School
SchoolFamily.com's Guest Blogger this week is Debbie Pincus, MS LMHC, expert blogger for EmpoweringParents.com and creator of The Calm Parent AM & PM program. Pincus is also the author of numerous books for young people o... Read more