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What are the questions parents don't know to ask? Like most parents, we didn't know what to ask the private schools when we were choosing a school for our child...
We all know our kids need a break from school in the summer. We also know how important it is to keep them learning. It's got to be fun, interesting and exciting. This article has some great ideas for keeping their brains in shape while having fun
If you're ready to teach your children how to cook, here are some simple tips for teaching them the basics, and giving them skills that will last them a lifetime!
Kids are back to school and we all want our children to have a great school year. This article helps parents help their children incase they are beginning to fall behind.
It is not always easy for parents to relinquish the care of their child to strangers. Parents hear horror stories of daycare facilities that ignore or otherwise cause harm to innocent children. Quality child care providers are always in high demand.
At our house, the kitchen table doubles as homework central. Whether your child completes his homework in a common area or secluded in his bedroom, it is vital that you create a special space for this important activity.
Are you wondering what's "normal" in your child's development, as many of us do? This article contains some very helpful information on our children's development and some early signs to be concerned about. Included, are some very helpful tips.
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Published: 06/22/2007 by DEANNA MASCLE in Education & Learning
You may have noticed the prevalence of rhyme in children's books and songs, but have you ever wondered why? There are several reasons why educators, authors, and song writers who target young children use rhyme so much.