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  • The Wizard of Oz is high interest reading for students in the middle grades. Explore lesson plans for the classic book as well as for the new prequel and sequel.

    The Wizard of Oz Lesson Plans

    The Wizard of Oz Lesson Plans

    by KarenTBTEN8

  • Full inclusion or mainstreaming is the new trend in special education. Still, many students with disabilities need support in the classroom. Co-teaching can offer that needed help.

    Co-Teaching and Special Needs Kids

    Co-Teaching and Special Needs Kids

    by Dean Traylor0

  • This article explains some to the advantages and disadvantages of homeschooling along with some basic information to help you make a decision on starting your journey into homeschooling.

    Making the Decision to Homeschool

    Making the Decision to Homeschool

    by Carolyn LaCroix0

  • Learning to make friends is an important social skill that will become an important life long skill. Teaching young children to make friends can be fun when you add music and singing to the lesson. Here are some great songs and activities to sing with your young kids.

    Preschool Songs for Kids About Friendship

    Preschool Songs for Kids About Friendship

    by cardelean15

  • The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle first published in 1977 is a children's book classic. It's visual appeal and themes of telling time, bullying, and comparing sizes will entertain preschool and elementary age audiences. This thorough review includes a lesson plan for story time presenters and suggestions for teachers.

    The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle Children's Book Review and Preschool Lesson Plan

    The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle Children's Book Review and Preschool Lesson Plan

    by Carolyn Augustine16

  • Explore science and engineering activities geared for third-grade students using inexpensive and accessible materials. Lava lamps, helicopters, and marble mazes allow young scientists to explore!

    Easy STEM Activities for 3rd Graders

    Easy STEM Activities for 3rd Graders

    by Leah Lefler2

  • As a long-time educator, I'm disheartened by the way we now teach reading to young children: making them memorize sight words, drilling them on digraphs and blends, and emphasizing speed over comprehension. Most tragically, parents are often left out when they're the best reading teachers of all!

    3 Easy Steps to Teach Your Child to Read

    3 Easy Steps to Teach Your Child to Read

    by McKenna Meyers0

  • This article covers five significant reasons for the importance of preschool education written by an experienced early childhood educator. The preschool aged child is eager and ready to learn.

    Why Preschool Education Is Important For Your Child

    Why Preschool Education Is Important For Your Child

    by rebekahELLE43

  • Looking for new ways to teach about continents? Here are a number of ideas you can use "as is" or adapt to make your continents lessons more fun!

    Creative Ways to Teach the Continents

    Creative Ways to Teach the Continents

    by Meryl van der Merwe29

  • Making shadow puppets with your hands has been a pastime since the earliest of times as men sat around an open fire. Here's a step-by-step guide to creating your own with your child.

    How to Make a Shadow Puppet Theater

    How to Make a Shadow Puppet Theater

    by Jimmie Quick46

  • Step-by-step instructions and demonstration of how to make tornado experiments. Create a tornado in a bottle, a jar, do a speed test, and even do an experiment to see how they form.

    How to Make a Tornado Science Experiment

    How to Make a Tornado Science Experiment

    by Candace Bacon16

  • Teach the Sunday school lesson about Paul and Silas in a hands-on way that kids will remember for a long time. Use simple paper chains to make pretend handcuffs and then watch how much fun the students have breaking their "chains."

    Paul and Silas in Jail: Sunday School Lesson

    Paul and Silas in Jail: Sunday School Lesson

    by Donna Cosmato8

  • If we want preschoolers to express themselves through art and feel empowered while doing so, we're going about it all wrong. Open-ended art activities (painting, drawing, and sculpting) have been replaced by teacher-directed craft projects, much to the detriment of young children.

    How Preschool Craft Projects Kill Children's Creativity

    How Preschool Craft Projects Kill Children's Creativity

    by McKenna Meyers4

  • History and Time Travel collide in this fantastic book by Alison Uttely. Penelope steps into the past and encounters Mary Queen of Scots and the Babington Plot! Pure magic!

    A Traveller in Time - Book Review

    A Traveller in Time - Book Review

    by Nell Rose34

  • Choosing a preschool can be overwhelming with so many choices. As a former preschool and kindergarten teacher, I urge parents to pick a place with a strong and distinct philosophy that attracts a community of like-minded moms and dads such as Montessori, Waldorf, and play-based co-ops.

    Why Parents Should Choose a Preschool With a Strong Philosophy

    Why Parents Should Choose a Preschool With a Strong Philosophy

    by McKenna Meyers0

  • I'm a homeschooling mother of two children. I was nervous about homeschooling. What if I fail at this? What if my children don't learn anything? What are my in-laws find out? What am I forgetting? I recount the good, the bad, and the wonderful in my first year of being a homeschooling mom.

    Why Homeschooling Is Bad: The Truth About Homeschooling

    Why Homeschooling Is Bad: The Truth About Homeschooling

    by Charlotte Doyle0

  • Does your child seem to be smart at most things, yet cannot get things done on time? Does your child take forever to do easy, routine tasks? You may need to change your approach and stop getting mad.

    Understanding Slow Processing Speed in Children

    Understanding Slow Processing Speed in Children

    by Veronica Almeida6

  • Are you trying to teach geography to kids at home, or are you homeschooling and looking to incorporate geography into your lesson? These ideas can make teaching geography fun and easy.

    6 Fun Ways to Teach Geography to Kids at Home

    6 Fun Ways to Teach Geography to Kids at Home

    by Megan Machucho5

  • Numbers, shapes, and other mathematical concepts pop up in many of our daily activities. Share these opportunities with your children as a foundation for later learning.

    How to Develop Preschool Math Skills

    How to Develop Preschool Math Skills

    by Sheilamarie13

  • Do you feel guilty for not paying for your child's education? Don't. Paying for college is hard in this economy. Kids learn responsibility for their actions and have ownership in their education when they have to pay for their own college tuition.

    Why I Did Not Pay for My Children's College

    Why I Did Not Pay for My Children's College

    by Susan Holland154

  • The Montessori method of education speaks to the curiosity within each child and allows each child to blossom. Learn simple ways of creating a Montessori home environment that will enable your child to soar to great heights.

    How to Implement Montessori Education at Home

    How to Implement Montessori Education at Home

    by Tracy Lynn Conway20

  • It is vital for parents and guardians of special needs children to understand the importance of the individual education program IEP). An IEP ensures your special needs child will get an appropriate education in the public school system.

    The Importance of an Individual Education Program (IEP)

    The Importance of an Individual Education Program (IEP)

    by Cari Jean17

  • Contains printable templates of roosters made from circles, hearts, and triangles for teachers who work with farm themes and young children. The templates are available in English and Spanish.

    Printable Rooster Crafts for Kids

    Printable Rooster Crafts for Kids

    by Adele Jeunette0

  • Because fully inclusive classrooms have students across the educational and developmental spectrum, it becomes a challenge for the teacher to find enough of a balance to serve all the students.

    Challenges in Special-Needs-Inclusive Classrooms

    Challenges in Special-Needs-Inclusive Classrooms

    by Toni-Marie Ramos22

  • Beginning home-schooling is a huge decision and can engender terror in the hearts of parents brave enough to undertake such a commitment. Fear not, it's not so scary after all. First comes 'deschooling'...

    Home School Education: Deschooling

    Home School Education: Deschooling

    by Bev G40

  • When choosing a preschool, it's easy for parents to get enthralled by all the bells and whistles: their child learning Mandarin, doing yoga poses, and studying the violin. Yet, a former preschool teacher tells moms and dads that developmentally appropriate practices and lots of play matter most.

    What to Look for in a Preschool: 50 Features That Indicate High Quality

    What to Look for in a Preschool: 50 Features That Indicate High Quality

    by McKenna Meyers5

  • Enhance learning from field trips by writing a field trip report. What to do before, during, and after a field trip can make writing the report easier.

    Writing a Homeschool Field Trip Report

    Writing a Homeschool Field Trip Report

    by Jimmie Quick9

  • Concepts learned at school are learned faster and retained longer when kids actively participate in an activity. Preschoolers excel when presented with an opportunity to physically engage in their learning. The lesson plan outlined below presents a fun, active method of teaching kids primary and secondary colours!

    How to Teach Color Theory to Preschoolers

    How to Teach Color Theory to Preschoolers

    by Teresa Coppens22

  • Reading to preschoolers can enhance their imaginations and promote dramatic play. Discover 13 classic children's books that are ideal for doing just that.

    13 Classic Picture Books for Preschoolers

    13 Classic Picture Books for Preschoolers

    by McKenna Meyers4

  • The 5 E lesson plan format is described and explained in this article to help teachers support inquiry-based instruction.

    How to Create a 5 E Lesson Plan

    How to Create a 5 E Lesson Plan

    by Dominique Broomfield MEd36

  • Grocery shopping is such a mundane activity that I didn't consider spending extra time there on a field trip. However, our trip to Publix proved me wrong!

    Field Trip Fun at Publix

    Field Trip Fun at Publix

    by Gina Welds Hulse6

  • Obsession or ally? How Lego contributes to a homeschool education by developing problem-solving and fine motor skills.

    My Child Is Obsessed With Lego

    My Child Is Obsessed With Lego

    by Bev G6

  • Music education is highly important for young children, increasing math skills, fine motor coordination, and helping children learn the benefits of perseverance and delayed gratification. Think your child is ready for music lessons? Consider the age of the child, developmental readiness, and time commitment before staring formal instrument lessons!

    Music Lessons: The Importance of Music Education for Children

    Music Lessons: The Importance of Music Education for Children

    by Leah Lefler53

  • Are you driving your child's preschool teacher crazy? You probably are if you send your kid to class in fancy duds, expect special treatment for your precious tyke, fret about her being bullied, and pick her up late with no apology or explanation. Find out if you're the pain at preschool!

    17 Ways Preschool Parents Annoy Their Children's Teachers

    17 Ways Preschool Parents Annoy Their Children's Teachers

    by McKenna Meyers0

  • As a teacher and mother of an autistic son, I'm outraged when school officials deceive parents with the inclusion lie. Students with special needs require special help and full inclusion is not enough. While it saves money in the short-term, it has a long-range negative impact for kids and society.

    Why Full Inclusion in Special Education Is the Lie Parents Shouldn't Believe

    Why Full Inclusion in Special Education Is the Lie Parents Shouldn't Believe

    by McKenna Meyers12

  • Are you worried that your child's preschool isn't living up to expectations? Is the owner adding more students? Is she making a lot of unfulfilled promises about accelerated learning? Do you feel like your kid's creativity is getting squelched? These are red flags that need your immediate attention!

    Red Flags at Your Child's Preschool: 5 Things That Should Concern Parents

    Red Flags at Your Child's Preschool: 5 Things That Should Concern Parents

    by McKenna Meyers6

  • Circle time, also called group time or morning routine, should be a time that is both fun and educational. Here are a few tips to encourage your students to join circle time willingly. I will show you, step-by-step, how I begin each day in the classroom.

    5 Circle-Time Activities That Encourage Students to Join

    5 Circle-Time Activities That Encourage Students to Join

    by Joanna Blackburn0

  • When you have a child with ADHD you need to work with the child's teachers to ensure that his/her educational needs are met. There are requirements that public schools must meet, but you must ask.

    Working With Your ADHD Child's Teachers and School

    Working With Your ADHD Child's Teachers and School

    by Kari Lane0

  • Is probability stumping your students? Literature is a great way for you to help guide your students' thinking around chance events. Here is a list of books along with some activities that are sure to help strengthen your children's understanding of probability.

    Best Children's Books to Teach Probability in Math

    Best Children's Books to Teach Probability in Math

    by cardelean15

  • It's a tragedy that the focus of preschool has become increasingly narrow with many parents now seeing it as merely a time to prepare kids for kindergarten. This short-sighted stance results in youngsters who are less creative, less curious, and less communicative.

    10 Things to Look for in a Preschool and 10 Things to Avoid

    10 Things to Look for in a Preschool and 10 Things to Avoid

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • Learning how to run a PTA meeting properly can make or break your PTA membership. Follow these steps to make sure your next PTA meeting goes well.

    How to Run a PTA Meeting

    How to Run a PTA Meeting

    by chrissieklinger7

  • If you wonder how to get your kid to learn their German vocabulary and understand the grammar, look at my favourite choice of apps to learn German on the iPad, iPhone and other devices!

    Best Apps for Children to Learn German

    Best Apps for Children to Learn German

    by bongawonga0

  • Tikki Tikki Tembo by Arlene Mosel is a classic children's book that lends itself to reading aloud in a storytime setting. However, this story of a boy with a very long name is the subject of some controversy. This article offers recommendations for using in your classroom.

    Should the Children's Book Tikki Tikki Tembo Be Taught in Classrooms?

    Should the Children's Book Tikki Tikki Tembo Be Taught in Classrooms?

    by Carolyn Augustine0

  • A student struggling with algebra in high school or middle school needs some gentle guidance in the right direction to avoid failing the class, bring up their grade, and maybe even actually enjoy math. Learn how to use resources to improve their math skills.

    Improve High School Math Grade - Tips for Parents and Students

    Improve High School Math Grade - Tips for Parents and Students

    by Katy Medium0

  • Full inclusion gives students with minor learning disabilities a chance to receive the same education as their non-disabled peers. However, the system has its flaws despite good intentions.

    The Disadvantages of a Full-Inclusion Classroom

    The Disadvantages of a Full-Inclusion Classroom

    by Dean Traylor2

  • In this article, you will find a bit of literary criticism, written with the teacher in mind. You will also find critical literacy lesson plans for this Frances Hodgson Burnett classic.

    Teaching Critical Literacy with The Secret Garden

    Teaching Critical Literacy with The Secret Garden

    by KarenTBTEN24

  • While teaching kindergarten, I had many students enter my classroom with weak hand muscles and poor fine motor skills. It was difficult for them to hold a pencil correctly, cut with scissors, and string beads. One of the easiest ways to prevent this is making play-dough with your children!

    How to Improve Your Child's Fine Motor Skills With Play-Dough!

    How to Improve Your Child's Fine Motor Skills With Play-Dough!

    by McKenna Meyers0

  • Complete, detailed instructions, links, and videos for easy and practical science fair project for 5th to 8th grade students.

    Easy Flower Science Fair Project

    Easy Flower Science Fair Project

    by Virginia Kearney16

  • You don't need to buy pre-planned lapbook kits, because planning a lapbook yourself is easy! As an added benefit, you can customize the learning to your child's interests.

    How to Plan a Lapbook

    How to Plan a Lapbook

    by Jimmie Quick29

  • Parents can take measures to influence their child toward acceptable, responsible behavior at school. These six suggestions can be implemented with the parents' creativity according to the child’s age.

    Simple Ways to Influence Your Child's School Behavior

    Simple Ways to Influence Your Child's School Behavior

    by Dora Weithers52

  • How can a little flour, water, and paint become a fantastic hands-on geography project, full of educational benefits? With salt dough maps, that's how!

    How to Make a Salt Dough Map

    How to Make a Salt Dough Map

    by Jimmie Quick0

  • Waldorf Education has historically been reserved for the elite, but the philosophy can be easily and effectively applied in the home. Learn the Waldorf approach to mealtime, playtime, and more.

    How to Bring the Waldorf Philosophy Into Your Home

    How to Bring the Waldorf Philosophy Into Your Home

    by Tracy Lynn Conway0

  • Persuasive writing is an important skill for students to learn, but you need age appropriate things for kids to write about. Here are a few prompts that are good for third graders.

    10 Persuasive Writing Prompts for 3rd Graders

    10 Persuasive Writing Prompts for 3rd Graders

    by Brian Rock2

  • Tips for high school students to stay organized and help get better grades. Students who get better grades in high school will qualify for better colleges and scholarship money.

    How to Become an Organized High School Student

    How to Become an Organized High School Student

    by Karen Hellier13

  • In this article, I discuss over a dozen different board games that are ideal for the elementary school classroom. I include variations and resources for many of these games.

    Board Games for the Elementary School Classroom

    Board Games for the Elementary School Classroom

    by Rose Clearfield12

  • The Magician’s Nephew is an inspiriting magic adventure about the ancient battle of good and evil, and a protest against slavery and the unkind treatment of others (and animals), especially those under our power or authority. It is also the prequel to The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe.

    "The Magician's Nephew" Book Discussion and Apple Scones Themed Recipe

    "The Magician's Nephew" Book Discussion and Apple Scones Themed Recipe

    by Amanda Leitch0

  • Fractions are a big part of mathematical understanding. Make it easy for kids to grasp by selecting hands-on activities.

    Hands-On Ways to Teach Fractions

    Hands-On Ways to Teach Fractions

    by Jimmie Quick57

  • How do you explain space to kids? Here are some facts about space for kids, and fun activities for the whole family!

    Space Facts for Kids

    Space Facts for Kids

    by Marissa25

  • Do you need to use a lesson planner for your homeschooling? Find exactly what you need in this article with links to free homeschooling lesson planners!

    Lesson Planner for Homeschoolers

    Lesson Planner for Homeschoolers

    by Melissa Flagg COA OSC7

  • Introverts such as myself may recall middle school as the worst time in their lives. Volunteering at my son's school, I see little has changed. If teachers and administrators, though, would consider introverts when planning lessons and extracurricular activities, they could make a huge difference.

    Why Middle School Sucks for Introverts and Three Ways to Change It

    Why Middle School Sucks for Introverts and Three Ways to Change It

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • Kids have jumped rope for generations, and the songs they sing are passed on from child to child. On this journey down memory lane you'll discover old jump rope songs, Double Dutch & more fitness fun.

    Jump Rope Songs, Rhymes, and Chants

    Jump Rope Songs, Rhymes, and Chants

    by Sheilamarie54

  • Public charter schools can be an excellent school choice for many, but there are pros and cons just like with any other school. Find out how charters differ from traditional public schools.

    Charter Schools vs. Public Schools

    Charter Schools vs. Public Schools

    by Sarah Johnson25

  • The child has worked hard learning short vowel words. Now, we are going to change the game a bit and explain what happens when we add silent "e" to the end of the word.

    Teaching Long Vowel With Silent "E" Rule

    Teaching Long Vowel With Silent "E" Rule

    by hsschulte0

  • The first time this project came home with my eldest son we spent time scratching our heads and having him research the internet. From internet research and two separate school projects requiring this design, my son has made a mousetrap car that goes the distance!

    How to Build a Mousetrap Car for Science Class

    How to Build a Mousetrap Car for Science Class

    by Teresa Coppens131

  • If you are a parent of a teen or maybe a teen yourself, you probably know at least a little bit about the stress that goes along with high school rumors. High school rumors are just another form of high school bullying and there are ways to support your teen and/or keep yourself sane during a time when your teen (or you) is getting bullied by other teens who enjoy spreading nasty high school rumors.

    How to Deal with High School Rumors & High School Bullying

    How to Deal with High School Rumors & High School Bullying

    by Kitty Fields29

  • Have you wondered what homeschooling looks like when you are teaching multiple ages? I have been asked a number of times what our homeschool day looks like, so we finally created videos showing what w

    How I Homeschool with Seven Children

    How I Homeschool with Seven Children

    by Shannon16

  • Educational games can appeal to students of all ages and are a fun way to review for a test or reinforce prior knowledge. The "Who Am I?" game is great for social studies, literature, and art.

    Social Studies Game: Who Am I?

    Social Studies Game: Who Am I?

    by Natasha17

  • As our education system grows more bureaucratic, elementary school teachers are under enormous pressure to assess students and meet Common Core standards. In the process, though, they can neglect the whole child (body, mind, and spirit) and that's when parents need to advocate for their kids.

    4 Huge Concerns You Should Have About Your Child's Elementary School Teacher

    4 Huge Concerns You Should Have About Your Child's Elementary School Teacher

    by McKenna Meyers4

  • Teaching preschool at home can be a fun learning adventure for you and your child. Learn about some simple preschool activities you can do at home with your preschooler to help your child be ready for Kindergarten.

    How to Teach Preschool at Home

    How to Teach Preschool at Home

    by Marissa18

  • The Chinese Tangram Game is a cool activity to do with kids that has great educational value and is loads of fun to play. Find out its history, how to make your own, and the fun you can have with it!

    How to Make a Tangram Square: The Chinese Puzzle Game

    How to Make a Tangram Square: The Chinese Puzzle Game

    by Amanda Littlejohn43

  • Music is a useful component when working with toddlers, preschoolers and kindergarten students, with proven benefits. This article offers some tips and advice for integrating music and simple preschool-friendly musical instruments into your teaching and library story hour.

    Using Music Effectively in Your Toddler or Preschool Story Hour

    Using Music Effectively in Your Toddler or Preschool Story Hour

    by Carolyn Augustine4

  • No, David! is the first in a series of children's picture books starring the author's delightfully naughty alter ego. Included with the article is a sample preschool lesson for an informal preschool or library story hour.

    No, David! by David Shannon Review and Preschool Lesson Plan

    No, David! by David Shannon Review and Preschool Lesson Plan

    by Carolyn Augustine7

  • Homework is counterproductive. It causes family stress and fails to help the child learn, teaching only resentment. This article explores why.

    Ten Reasons Why Homework Is a Bad Idea

    Ten Reasons Why Homework Is a Bad Idea

    by Liz Elias66

  • Today, we're experiencing the effects of less play and pretend in kindergarten as children and teens now have higher rates of depression, anxiety, narcissism, and suicide. We need only to look at Germany, Japan, and Finland to get back on track and bring back the joy and wonder.

    How We Killed Kindergarten in America and How We Can Revive It

    How We Killed Kindergarten in America and How We Can Revive It

    by McKenna Meyers2

  • Where the Wild Things Are, starring Max, the most wild thing of all, won the Caldecott medal in 1964 and is one of the best-loved children's picture books of all time. My in-depth review includes a sample lesson for your preschool or library story hour, craft ideas, and links to more lesson plans.

    Where the Wild Things Are Review and Preschool Lesson Ideas

    Where the Wild Things Are Review and Preschool Lesson Ideas

    by Carolyn Augustine14

  • Many parents that choose to give their children a home-school education could use extra money to help with homeschool expenses. This article provides ideas and resources for homeschooling parents.

    How to Find Funding for Homeschool Costs

    How to Find Funding for Homeschool Costs

    by Amy Stephens28

  • If you want to test mice through a maze, consider testing the effects of music on mice. It's actually a great experiment that has been tested over and over again in labs.

    A Science Fair Project on Mice and Music

    A Science Fair Project on Mice and Music

    by Whitney42

  • A long-time early childhood educator argues that the dad should pick his son's preschool, not his mother. She contends that little boys need an advocate as they enter this female-ruled world where sitting quietly and learning passively get rewarded and boys earn negative labels just for being boys.

    Why a Father Should Choose His Son's Preschool

    Why a Father Should Choose His Son's Preschool

    by McKenna Meyers5

  • Sight words are words that are often used but that may not necessarily be easy to sound out using phonics. Learning how to read these words is crucial for a young child to read fluently.

    Homeschooling Curriculum for Sight Words

    Homeschooling Curriculum for Sight Words

    by Angela Michelle Schultz0

  • Choosing a preschool can be an overwhelming task for parents, leaving them in need of some expert advice. A long-time early childhood educator explains what moms and dads should avoid by detailing ten warning signs of a bad preschool. They include workbooks, long circle times, and no philosophy.

    10 Warning Signs of a Bad Preschool

    10 Warning Signs of a Bad Preschool

    by McKenna Meyers6

  • Yes, you can homeschool overseas. It might seem impossible in the beginning, but honestly, with a bit of grit and determination, homeschooling overseas is an adventure worth taking on.

    Can You Homeschool Overseas?

    Can You Homeschool Overseas?

    by TJ Rogers5

  • If you hear something often enough, you're bound to believe it. Busy moms and dads, juggling family and career, are highly susceptible to hearing and believing incorrect information about parenting young children. Now it's time to set the record straight on important issues affecting their kids.

    20 Lies About Early Childhood Education That Parents Need to Stop Believing

    20 Lies About Early Childhood Education That Parents Need to Stop Believing

    by McKenna Meyers4

  • School doesn't have to be a boring place! Learn how to enjoy school more, along with some tips of how to earn good grades, join a sport, or join a club.

    How to Learn to Enjoy School More

    How to Learn to Enjoy School More

    by Marissa28

  • Gregory the Terrible Eater, by Mitchell Sharmat, teaches principles of good nutrition in a humorous way. This article contains a review of the book and related activities for kids.

    Gregory the Terrible Eater Book Review

    Gregory the Terrible Eater Book Review

    by Carolyn Augustine2

  • The following multiple-choice quiz tests your animal knowledge with ten questions. Choose the correct answer for each question and then compare it with the list of answers after the test. A brief explanation as well as a relevant link is included with each answer, making this suitable for parents and kids.

    Multiple-Choice Quiz: How Well Do You Know Animals?

    Multiple-Choice Quiz: How Well Do You Know Animals?

    by Aurelio Locsin47

  • Is your child having problems in middle school? If you feel like you are going through those awful years all over again, learn how to survive middle school from a parent's (and MSW's) perspective. You are not alone!

    How to Survive Middle School:  A Parents Guide

    How to Survive Middle School: A Parents Guide

    by Elsie Nelson8

  • In-Hand Manipulation skills—translation, shift, and rotation—are important fine motor skills for a child’s development. IHM skills have been shown to directly correlate with handwriting skills and self-help skills like dressing.

    Activities to Develop In-Hand Manipulation Skills in Children

    Activities to Develop In-Hand Manipulation Skills in Children

    by rmcrayne1

  • A child's world is filled with unlimited possibilities. Suspensions, however, squash them. Stop the hurt and destruction by encouraging your schools to develop a plan of action. Give them the chance to grow into a wonderful adult.

    School Suspensions: Pros, Cons, and Ways to Improve

    School Suspensions: Pros, Cons, and Ways to Improve

    by NJ's Ponderings20

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