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Last time I wrote about why it was important for teenagers to take up a summer job. But given that there aren't very many summer jobs out there waiting for high schoolers, there could be other ways teenagers could make their summer more productive, and one of the ways is
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While children under the age of 5 still need plenty of parental help, Early Childhood Development experts agree that kids are typically able to do more than many of us think. A lot of what they do comes from expectations set by adults. As Jennifer Zebooker, a teacher at the
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According to a recent Gallup survey, 73% of parents with children under the age of 18 worry about paying for college more than any other financial issue.(1), and with good reason - Over the last 30 years, inflation-adjusted wages have essentially remained flat, while the cost of attending a public,
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Now you have a place to share your stories about schools and teachers. On Oroola, parents can review schools and teachers, even post anonymous reviews. Find your school and see how your school and teachers are rated
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Montessori education is an educational approach developed by Italian physician and educator Maria Montessori based on her extensive research with "phrenasthenic" or "special needs" children and characterized by an emphasis on independence, freedom within limits, and respect for a child’s natural psychological, physical, and social development.
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We started as a collaboration platform for k-12 parents to enable parent communication and collaboration across schools and classrooms, but we all know all this doesn't stop at school, in fact it kicks up a notch as kids leave school. Piano classes, Soccer practices, Boys/Girls Scouts meetings, Olympiad meet-ups, and
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Every parent struggles with disciplining and instilling right attitude in their child. Each child is different, but there are certain common ground rules which when followed at home could help to ensure positive discipline in kids. Remember, it all starts at home, so it better start the right way!
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Following Toys have been featured by Time magazine as some of the best for teaching Engineering to the next generation. ROOMINATE, Ages 6+ - A classic dollhouse equipped with circuits and motors to build functioning windmillls and merry-go rounds. $30 See on AmazonTeaches Architecture and Spatial Skills GOLDIEBLOX, Ages 4+
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This is a question considered 'Hard' Today's Question Of The Day is for 4th grade, NAEP Hard 38% students got this right. Louisa walked for 15 minutes from her house to Mary’s house. She spent 25 minutes at Mary’s house. She walked 10 minutes to the store. She bought groceries
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This is a question considered 'Hard' Today's Question Of The Day is for 7/8 grade, NAEP Hard 27% students got this right. Tip Helga’s process of calculating the tip to leave in a restaurant starts with the bill for food and drink.. First, she rounds the bill to the nearest
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