It can be difficult for parents to know exactly when to start teaching their children how to identify colors and numbers or when the right time is to start reading to them.
College is a significant investment and millions of families each year face the question of how to pay for it.
Children are the ultimate investment, so teach your teen to be a smart spender with these savvy tips.
If you’ve “failed” to read to your kids, begin today. In short order you’ll find you enjoy reading together as much as your children do.
Now that the new school year has begun, parents should review their school’s code of student conduct (or student handbook) to learn their school’s plan to safeguard student safety and learning, keep students in school, and ensure that discipline is administered fairly and equitably.
When a choice comes up, discuss the pros and cons out loud.
The National Center for Education Statistics reports that 65 percent of fourth graders read at or below the basic level
Save the Children urges families and caregivers to talk to their children about the hurricane and take immediate steps to keep them safe.
Age, experience, and temperament all determine a child’s concerns. Young children with little experience outside the home may have separation anxiety.
Getting off on the right foot paves the way for school success for the entire year.