Kids Who Blog

These days, it seems like almost everyone has a blog. Authors have them, businesses have them, celebrities have them, but what about kids? Increasing numbers of elementary age children are getting into blogging, primarily with the encouragement and assistance of their teachers. These educators have seen the academic and social benefits of blogging with their […]

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5 Tips For A Smooth Morning Routine

Parents frequently find mornings to be the most stressful part of the week – especially on weekdays, which have the added pressure of bus stop timing and day planning. It’s common for families to find themselves struggling with manic mornings, day after day. Great news: Mornings don’t have to be frustrating. With some planning techniques, […]

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How to Use Positive Reinforcement to Improve Your Child’s Reading

When it comes to helping your child become an avid and careful reader, it is better to motivate, inspire and reward than to mandate, threaten and punish. Reinforcement is all about supporting a certain behavior so it is more likely to be repeated and become internalized or habitual. To help improve your child’s reading, here […]

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