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.
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.
Get your children charged up and ready to learn with these tips.
They’re unpleasant but exceedingly common. We’re talking about head lice, ringworm, and other “icky” childhood illnesses that are more repugnant than harmful. Here’s how to handle them...and the “yuck” factor.
Children develop a body image of themselves, positive or negative, as early as age 8. Here’s what parents should know about how that “snapshot” is formed, and six tips from child experts on how to improve your child’s self-image.
Sharing key information about your child can help teachers make a connection.
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.
Playing math games with your young student is a simple and fun way to work on important skills together.
Does your child have trouble focusing in class? Here’s how to find out whether your child has ADHD, and how to work with the school if he does.
Reading about going back to school is a great way to ease the transition. Especially with younger children, as you turn the pages together, you can talk about their real-life hopes and fears as well as discuss the wonderful characters in these books.
Make sure your child is ready to learn and achieve at school with these 10 smart tips on what you can do at home to prepare her for success.
Kids are often reluctant to talk about bullying. Here’s how to spot it and what to do if your child is a victim.