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6 tips for encouraging kids to write

Penning letters and jotting down stories and plays are all ways to get your kids to practise writing. (And we bet they won’t even notice.)

How to teach racial acceptance

Canada’s growing diversity should mean racism is a thing of the past, but that doesn’t seem to be the case. What can parents do to promote acceptance of all colours, cultures and creeds? QUITE A BIT.

Smartick: Integrating Math Into Everyday Life

Editor-in-chief Katie Dupuis saw first-hand how math can be made a part of a daily routine, with help from Smartick. - Sponsored

Is full-day kindergarten too much for four-year-olds?

For parents and children, full-day kindergarten means a consistent routine with less juggling for alternative child care, but is it right for kids, parents and teachers alike?

How to communicate with your kid’s teacher

Establish a productive relationship with your child’s teacher from day one.

5 must-have skills for kindergarten success

Help your preschooler transition to all-day learning with these skills.

Navigating your child’s ADHD diagnosis

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

10 Misperceptions About Learning Disabilities

Many misperceptions circulate about learning disabilities. Some are rooted in the confusion and controversy surrounding numerous labels and complexities, and others result from a less-than-full awareness of advances in our knowledge of learning disabilities.

Here’s why STEM needs girls

It’s 2018 and science, technology, engineering and math fields are still dominated by men. So why are Canadian girls and women still underrepresented in STEM?

7 things to buy at IKEA for back-to-school

Sure, you go for the inexpensive stuffies, a new duvet cover and maybe some meatballs, but while you’re there, IKEA has some great products for your favourite time of the year.

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