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    Posts about Parental Milestones

    Importance of Reading Comprehension

    Reading comprehension is a crucial skill. It increases the enjoyment & effectiveness of reading & helps not only academically, personally, and professionally

    how to teach your kids to tell time

    How to Teach Your Child to Tell Time

    Telling time on an analog is a difficult skill for anyone learn. From numbers with double meanings to the concept of time itself, find out how to coach your child through this difficult process.

    Young Child with Parent Learning to Swim

    Your Child Doesn't Want to Learn Swimming, Now What?

    So, your child wants to quit swimming lessons. On one hand, you don't want to force your child to do something they don't believe in. On the other hand, you know swimming is an important survival skill that can only enhance your child's life. How do you, as a modern parent, handle this impossible problem in a positive way?

    Grandmother and granddaughter reading in bed for reading comprehension

    Help, My Child Can't Comprehend New Words!

    Help your child improve their reading comprehension by teaching them to build their vocabulary through a daily reading practice

    teach your child to give and take feedback

    How to Teach Your Child About Constructive Criticism

    Everywhere in life, kids have to deal with other people's opinions. It can be hard for kids to take constructive criticism. Your child can get offended if someone else thinks they're wrong. If they don't know how to give constructive criticism they can hurt another kid's feelings. Learn how to help

    Use the following parenting tools to create positive milestones with your child

    Positive Parenting: 5 Steps to Know You're Doing it Right

    Parents ask themselves countless times “am I a good parent?” Here are a few parental milestones to look out for and why.

    The Proper Way to Hold a Pencil

    The proper way to hold a pencil is a skill set that follows a child all through life, it is extremely important that it is taught correctly at a young age, while their muscles are still developing

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