How to Motivate Your Child to ReadIt’s never too early to introduce your child to the world of reading. Follow these guidelines, which are based on the recommendations of the America Reads Challenge.
Follow these simple steps to help your child face those first-day fears.
Unless your child’s school sends out a detailed list of required supplies for his or her specific grade and classes, it’s best to buy just the general stuff . Middle school and high school teachers in particular are likely to provide lists of exactly what your child will need for each subject area a few days into the new school year.
Networking, answering ads and creative thinking are the keys to a successful teen job search.
As with any habit (good or bad), the sooner good study habits are developed, the better they will stick. It’s never too early to introduce your child to positive study habits, which will reward his or her efforts throughout school and life.
Finding out that your child has a learning disability can be scary and shocking at first. You may not know where to turn. Follow these steps to find the latest research and information.
Find information about how to effectively parent a child with learning disabilities if you experience extreme frustration.
Toddlers spend much of their day playing. Encourage learning by giving a toddler in your life an educational gift for birthdays, holidays or just because you love him.
Check the gift for small parts that may be a choking hazard for small children.