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5 ways to get kids to talk about their day

Tired of the one-word answers when you ask your kid to talk about their day? Try these five tips to get the conversation rolling.

Milestones to expect in the school years

School age children usually have excellent memories and a capacity to absorb new information. Boys and girls develop differently from ages five to 10. Here's what to expect.

Help kids learn to cope with stress

Kids get anxious. Hard stop. But news flash: cortisol (some, anyway) isn’t only inevitable, it’s good for everyone. It’s all about healthy ways to deal.

Navigating your child’s ADHD diagnosis

It may be part of your family, but ADHD doesn’t need to define your child.

How to curb a tattletale

Tattling is part of everyday life for a child—from toddlerhood through to later years. Here's how to help curb it.

Is Your Child Gifted?

It usually means really smart, but as parents of gifted children know, the label can also mean years of working with schools to meet a child’s educational needs.

3 proven ways to set your daughter up for success

How you can feel confident you’re raising a confident girl.

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What does it mean if your child is “gifted”?

According to the National Association of Gifted Children (NAGC), “Gifted individuals are those who demonstrate outstanding levels of aptitude or competence in one or more domains.”

Delaying gratification

While it is not a skill that comes naturally to young children, by the time they reach age four or five they are beginning to understand that delaying gratification can bring its own rewards.  How can parents foster this ability?

Creative parent, creative kids?

How a creativity course jump-started one mom’s inspiration.

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