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Encouraging Positive Homework Behaviors Using PRIDE skills

A component of Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT), PRIDE skills can be used to build positive behaviors in both children and parents.

Spending time with your kids is essential to building unconditional positive regard and healthy relationships with them. It increases positive behaviors and build self-esteem

Making “Special Time” For Your Children

Every parent has two gifts that they are often unaware of: their time and their attention.

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Why Has The Graduation Rate In NJ Risen?

The NJ high school graduation rate from this past June has risen to a new high with more than nine in ten students graduating.

Writing Exercises For Your Child That Don’t Involve Writing

Have you ever thought about asking your child to write without explicitly making them put their thoughts down on paper?

Should NJ Private Schools be Regulated More?

New Jersey state officials’ recent attempt to crack down on some unethical actions currently going on with the state’s private schools may be food or bad.

Are You Keeping Up With Literacy?

Literacy is continuing to be a problem for a lot of people in the United States.

ensnuring your child has good quality textbooks could make a big difference in their academic success

Students Need the Best Textbooks Possible

Most of us likely experienced the problem of lower-quality textbooks at some point during our education.

The Correct Way to Motivate Your Child

According to researchers our children’s capacity for learning is nearly infinite and heavily based on motivation.

6 Steps to Motivate Your Child

Learning can be fun and exciting, especially when it is well matched to your child’s interests and abilities.

5 Ways to Help your Child Conquer the 5-Paragraph Essay

Is your child sitting down to write a 5-paragraph essay with tears streaming down their face because they just can’t understand their writing assignment?

cursive writing still has its benefits-your child will be able to read historical documents and learn to create their own signature

Do Children Need to Learn Cursive Writing?

According to a recent story from AZ Central, the Arizona State Board of Education just voted to make some new changes to the state’s Common Core standards.

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How Important Is High Level Math To A Child's Future?

As children, a lot of us often wondered how much value there is in a lot of what we learn about in school.

How To Solve U.S. Literacy Issues?

Growing up, I usually did a pretty good job with reading and writing in school. For the most part, English was my strongest subject.

How Effective Is Our Education System?

In the U.S. our education system is often criticized for its effectiveness and strategies. Arguments can arise about the weaknesses needed to be addressed.

Help Your Elementary School Student Succeed By Becoming Involved

Attending parent teacher conferences and back to school night is crucial to your children and their development throughout school.

A Child With Autism Can Benefit From Receiving An IEP

A child with autism may benefit from the programs given to children with an IEP This is a specific program intended to assist children with disabilities

Give Your Child the Time and Space to be a Creative Writer

Do you want your child to be able to create and foster his or her imagination? You have to let them write.

Student Writers Need to Record Before They Can Write

Before Your child can master the art of writing, you have to record them telling a story before they can even begin the process of becoming a better writer

Make your child an effective writer using tools such as brainstorming, outlines, and reading

Habits of an Effective Child Writer

What are the habits of an effective child writer? What are their rituals and routines that motive them and push them forward?

Why Successful Student Writers are Voracious Readers

Successful student writers are voracious readers. They are also extremely successful readers and this is often reflected in their testing scores.

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Make Writing Important by Letting Your Child Perform

You need to make writing an important part of your child’s life. They need to be able to perform their work.

Exercising the Writing Muscle— Activities to Stimulate Creativity

Do you need a quick way to stimulate your child’s creativity on a day where they are severely unfocused or uninspired?

5 Ways to Expose your Child to Good Writing

Are you worried that your child isn’t being exposed to good writing? Follow these 5 easy tips to ensure your child receives the exposure he or she needs.

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