Stand in My Shoes: Teaching Your Child Empathy Through Story Characters

As a parent, you want your child to learn empathy. Books can be an excellent tool to develop the skill and practice of empathetic living!

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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.

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?

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

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What to Do When Your Child Brings Home Bad Grades?

It is important to use positive parenting techniques to show love and encouragement to your children, and being kind instead of mentioning failure.

Math anxiety is centered on a fear of failure, but there are many different causes and triggers for the anxiety

Math Anxiety

Math anxiety is centered on a fear of failure, but there are many different causes and triggers for the anxiety. Use these tips to help your child!

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Why Should We Play Music in Classrooms?

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You Don't Want to Pressure Your Kid. Why That's a Bad Idea

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Perils of Perfection

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4 Ways to Help Your Child Get Ready for Kindergarten Math

Is your toddler getting ready for kindergarten in September? This is a very exciting time for them and can be a bit scary too. One way to make sure your child is ready for kindergarten is to practice at home math skills. These skills are easy and fun for any preschool age child and are an essential part of preparing for kindergarten.

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