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    12 Ways To Help Your Child Love the Library

    Have you and your child been to your local library lately? In addition to wonderful books, today’s libraries offer multimedia options, community events, fun activities, and more—and all for free.

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    13 Summer Learning Activities

    These fun activities can help keep kids’ math and language arts skills sharp during the summer break.

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    Educational Games for Family Vacations

    It’s important to keep kids’ minds active during school vacations. These fun activities are designed to help kids learn during your family vacation, whatever time of year it is and wherever your destination may be.

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    Fun Summer Reads for Ages 4 to 18

    Looking for some good summer reads for your kids? These books, which we've sorted by age (4-8; 9-12; 13-18), are so much fun, kids will dive right in!

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    Get Ready for Kindergarten

    Being sure of your child's kindergarten readiness will help ease first-day stress and prepare your child for kindergarten success in the year ahead.

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    Ideas To Encourage Summer Reading

    Summer reading is an important part of being ready for school in the fall. Try these ideas to get your kids into reading during their summer vacation.

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    Keep Kids Fit This Summer

    There are many ways parents can get their children—even reluctant ones—to stay active.

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    Let the Kids Plan the Vacation

    Children learn a wealth of skills by planning the family vacation. It’s a lot of fun, and not as risky as you might think.

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    Make Summer Count

    Yes, learning and summer fun can coexist. Use these tips to help your child get the most out of summer.

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    Moving Up to Middle School

    The step from elementary to middle school can be a big one, but these tips will help ease the transition for both parents and children.

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    Sneak Learning Into Summer Fun

    Teachers offer their favorite ideas to combine education and fun.

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    Summer Amnesia: Avoid the Brain Drain

    Kids lose academic ground in the summer. Use these tips to keep them from falling behind.

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Do you allow your children to watch TV or play on the computer before doing their homework?

No - 37.4%
Sometimes - 25.4%
Yes - 31.6%

Total votes: 4919
The voting for this poll has ended on: June 25, 2016