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Allowances Need to Be Given Carefully
There Is No “One-Size-Fits-All” Approach to Allowance
What Do You Want Kids to Learn From Allowance?
Allowances Provide Real-Life Math Lessons
A Win for Everyone: Collaborative Games
How to Turn Test Stress into Studying Success
Improving Decision-Making Can Serve as a Child’s First Lesson in Goal Setting
Paying for College: What You Need to do Now Before Your Teen Starts College in the Fall
What Is All This STEM Stuff?
Transitioning Back to School for Children with Special Needs
5 Minutes to Spare: High School
Quality vs. Quantity: Talking to Promote Your Child’s Language Development
Plate Priority: 5 Tips for Family Meals You'll Actually Have
What’s the Best Approach for Helping Children with Their Homework?
Best Ways for Parents to Help With Homework
A New Kind of Parent-Child Bonding—Homework Help
No More Mindless Homework
Turn Homework from an Obstacle to an Advantage
A Critical Teen Relationship: Mentor
Why Gifted Children Fail and How to Prevent It
Leveling Up on Video Games: How Parents Can Cross the Digital Divide
7 Ways to Help Your Child Find Meaning While Reading
How Do You Help Your Child Develop Study Skills?
Study Skills: Helping Students Survey Texts
A Letter to Parents
Empowering Your Child Through The Library
Having “The Talk”: What We Say Matters
What Were They Thinking? Demystifying Common Core’s Math Methods
The Power of Play: Children’s Museums Offer Unique Opportunities
Debunking the Belief That Earlier Is Better
Who's the Parent Here?
How to Use Summer to Build Your Kid’s Vocabulary
How to Get Kids to Focus
Handling High School
Motivating Middle Schoolers: A Parent’s Guide to Navigating Academics
Help Your Middle Schooler Go from Survive to Thrive
The Neurological Reason Why Your Middle Schooler Acts Like a Toddler
The Most Important Relationship to Build This School Year
10 Ways Your Kids Can Spread Kindness This New School Year
How Much Do Your Kids Know About Civics?
Want to Empower Kids? Here’s the One Powerful Question to Ask
Debunking the Belief That Sitting Equals Learning
Should Kids Get Participation Trophies?
5 Steps to Help Your Kid Write a Better Essay
School May Be Out For the Holidays, But Learning Is In
9th Grade Math Skills
12th Grade English Language Arts Skills
11th Grade Math Skills