The more you know about how your child deals with challenges and what's expected of him, the better you'll be able to help him achieve. Start by asking these key questions.
Ways to stay involved in your child’s education—even when she’d rather not have you around.
Whether parents like it or not, we are our children’s barometers. How they react to potentially stressful situations like the first day back at school depends on how we act. Teach your child that you believe in her and know she can tackle any challenges that come up during this new school year.
Simple ways to get involved and make a difference for your child and the school.
Get the family organized and ready to roll for the new school year with these key tips.
Being involved in your children’s education can be as simple as asking them about their school day or as bold as volunteering once a week for lunchroom duty.
Get your children charged up and ready to learn with these tips.
Distract finicky eaters by putting together a meal that’s so much fun to eat, they won’t be thinking about whether it’s on their short list of “likes.”
Get your children ready to perform like heroes in school with these teacher-recommended tips.
Creating back-to-school memories for your children can be simple or elaborate. The tradition doesn’t matter; what does is easing them back with a special memory.
One mom's look at the excitement and pitfalls of back-to-school time—for parent and child alike.
Carol Wooten, winner of a presidential teaching excellence award, shares her insights with parents whose kids are having trouble reaching their full potential in school.