Supportive dads make a difference, but it's not always clear where to start. Here are six ways you can help your kid succeed in school.
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Want to help your child succeed in school? Focus on these four things.
Students should be aware of and ready for the standardized tests they'll need to take, but not stressed out about them. Here's how you can help at home.
Kids deserve a break as much as anyone, but that doesn't mean that learning has to stop completely.
Getting ready for kindergarten doesn’t have to be complicated or stressful, but it does mean more than buying a backpack. Focus on the simple things. Read and talk to your child as much as you can, practice basic writing and counting, and help your child learn to try hard and get along with others.
Having a child home on a school day is tough for busy parents. Usually it means we have to call in sick, too, or scramble to find someone else to watch them. But the truth is that missing school is even worse for kids. Why? It’s simple: If kids aren’t in school, they probably aren’t learning.