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How to find a tutor who fits your child’s needs. Finding a Tutor If your child is struggling with a subject at school, finding a tutor can make the difference between passing and failing, or between [...]
Helping your disorganized middle-schooler get organized Disorganized Tweens There are a lot of changes that go on in the life of the preteen and early adolescent. Middle school for one. Hormones for another. It can result [...]
Why some children act out and misbehave in school. Acting Out in School Have you been told that your child is a troublemaker in the classroom? It’s tempting to immediately punish such behavior, but it might [...]
Challenging the idea that all teens are horrible. Teen Development Many of us have heard people talk about teens negatively and we may have thought it ourselves. But most teens are hardworking; going to school plus [...]
The amazing developments of preschool children. PreSchoolers If you’re the parent of a preschooler than you know preschoolers are capable of so much and they want to prove it. Which is why allowing preschoolers to be [...]
Helping your child sail through those challenging tween years. Middle School Years Sudden growth spurts, mood swings, and all the other changes that take place during puberty can be tough on our kids. And tweens may [...]
The top two milestones in a child’s first year. First Year Development There are so many milestones in a child’s first year from rolling over, to sitting up, to standing, first words and maybe even first [...]
The surprising appearance of newborn babies. New Borns It can be a little shocking to meet your newborn for the first time, only to find that they aren’t always picture perfect. They may be a little [...]
When you’ll want to change that furnace filter for the health and safety of your family. Furnace Filters By now most of us know that mold is something we don’t want in our homes because when [...]
How a little praise can go a long way when guiding our kids. Discipline with Praise Often we think discipline requires us to point our what our kids are doing wrong. But praising our children is also a [...]
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