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6 Ways to Find More Time to Read to Your Young Kids

Posted February 1, 2017 by David James

Sometimes there aren't enough hours in the day to read to our kids. Here are some tips to find some extra time to uncover a book.

5 Reasons You Should Get Involved in the PTA at School

Posted September 21, 2016 by David James

Local schools depend on parents like you to volunteer, fundraise, and help make decisions on school direction. Here's why you should get involved.

How Much Homework Is Too Much?

Posted September 9, 2016 by David James

When your child comes home with a load of homework, how do you know if it's too much? Here are some ways to tell, and how to handle it.

6 Ways to Get Your Child Back on a School Schedule

Posted August 23, 2016 by David James

The toughest part of sending your child back to school is getting them back on a schedule. Here are some tips.

9 Ways to Ensure a Smoother Back-to-School Transition

Posted August 3, 2016 by Kelli Robinson

Back-to-school time is creeping in. Before your kids start sobbing over summer's end, use these tips to help the transition go smoothly.

13 Questions to Ask Your Child's Teacher Before Summer Vacation Starts

Posted May 19, 2016 by David James

Before summer break begins, ask your child's teacher what they can work on until school resumes in the fall.

6 Ways to Help Your Child Succeed With End-of-Year Testing

Posted May 4, 2016 by David James

The end of the school year usually brings loads of tests. Here are some ways to help your child succeed.

7 Ways to Motivate Your Kids to Do Their Homework

Posted December 3, 2015 by David James

Kids and homework can be like oil and water. Here are some ways to motivate your kids to get their homework done.

7 Questions to Ask Your Child's Teacher Before Holiday Break

Posted November 25, 2015 by David James

Holiday break is coming soon. It's a great chance for your child to get ahead on schoolwork. Ask your child's teacher's these questions to help them.

5 Ways for Working Parents to Be Involved With Their Child's School

Posted November 2, 2015 by David James

There are ways for working parents to be involved in their child's classroom and school activities. Here's how.

Join Us Today 8/25 at 2 p.m. EST for #pschat

Posted August 25, 2015 by Nancy Flanders

Join us to chat about your child's school days!

7 Skills Your Child Should Know Before Kindergarten

Posted August 17, 2015 by David James

There are skills that every kindergartner should know before school begins. Here's a list of things to start working on.

How to Find the Best Back to School Deals

Posted August 16, 2015 by Nancy Flanders

Back to school means shopping – but it also means saving. Find the best deals on back to school supplies with these tips.

What to Ask and Tell Your Child's New Teacher

Posted August 13, 2015 by David James

Your child will be starting school again soon. It's time to prepare your child for the teacher and the teacher for your child.

Join Us Today 8/4 at 2 p.m. EST on Twitter for a #pschat about Back to School

Posted August 4, 2015 by Nancy Flanders

Chat with us for your chance to win an Amazon gift card!

The Easiest Way to Keep Kids’ Brains Active this Summer

Posted July 12, 2015 by Nancy Flanders

Summer is here! Keep your child's mind active.

Indoor Fun: All the Best Board Games for Families

Posted July 7, 2015 by Jessica Velasco

Summer is famous for fun outdoor activities. But what happens when that rare thunderstorm rolls in or it’s just too hot to go outside? It’s time to play some classic board games.

8 Ways to Keep Your Child's Math Skills Intact (Without Relying on Computer Games)

Posted June 16, 2015 by Kelli Robinson

Worried about the summer brain drain? Concerned that your kids will forgot all the math knowledge they worked so hard to gain throughout the school year? Here are eight interactive ideas that will keep the kids' math skills in tact. And the best part is, you won't be relying on computers and tablets!

All the Best Award Winning Children’s Books of 2015

Posted June 4, 2015 by Jessica Velasco

Not all books are created equal. Some are definitely worthy of our time; others aren’t worth the paper they’re printed on. Grab an award winning book, and it’s a pretty safe bet the content will be top-notch.

Like ‘Em or Not, Dress Codes Are Actually Good for Children

Posted May 26, 2015 by Nancy Flanders

Dress codes and school uniforms are becoming increasingly popular across the U.S. But it's not all about boys vs. girls.

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