Archive for 'Education'
It’s the deadliest combination going: bullies who get what they want from their target, bullied kids who are afraid to tell, bystanders who either watch, participate, or look away, and adults who see the incidents as [...]
A few driving safety tips for those school zones. School Zone Safety Now that summer is gone and the kids are back in school, it’s time to put our guard back up when it comes to [...]
When it comes to the nutritional requirements of our children, daycare plays a big role. Finding a daycare or homecare situation for your child is always a challenge. Ensuring that children are placed in a care [...]
Are your preschooler’s cognitive skills developing on track? Preschool Development During the preschool period, children begin to develop abilities that will help them fair well once they enter school. But Dr. Richard Selznick, author of The [...]
Is your preschooler ready for kindergarten? If not, there’s a lot parents can do to help prepare a child. Inspite of our best efforts, sometimes children just aren’t ready to take the big step of heading [...]
When it comes to our children’s education, entering the first grade represents a big milestone. Fortunately there are ways to ease the transition. Grade one! It’s quite a milestone in a child’s life…and a parent’s! For [...]
Children who live in households where one or more parents smoke miss more school days than children who live in smoke-free households. The US study found that in homes with one smoker, children aged 6 to [...]
How to get your preschooler prepared for school in the fall. Preparing for School Is your pre-school child starting school this coming fall? Getting kids school ready now, is only going to make the transition easier [...]
When your child mispronounces words and sounds should you correct them? Most language experts say “no”. As adults, it’s often tempting to correct our young children when their speech isn’t perfect. However we need to remind [...]
If you suspect that your child has a learning disability, you’re not alone. It’s been estimated that about 15% of children have them, effecting how they feel about themselves and their education. We’re learning more and [...]
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