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Parent & Child for Ages 6-7

 
How tech experts keep screens from taking over their kids’ lives — and what you can learn from them.
Strategies to help your 5- or 6-year-old practice her cooperation skills.
Many young children struggle with impulse control. These tips and suggestions will help manage behavior and maximize learning potential.
No need to strong-arm your kiddo to swallow his meds. These savvy tips will have your child opening wide—and feeling better in no time.
What makes a whodunit so fun to read? The suspense, of course! Here’s why mystery books are great tools for skill-building, too:
Keep kids busy and preserve your sanity. The new forecast? Fun ahead!
Yard work has never been so fun!
Turn your garland into a valentine by writing a message on it, folding it back into an accordion, and popping it into an envelope.
Adorn your tot’s bedroom with the Valentine’s Day cards she collects throughout the month.
Just choose a paper pattern and then trace, cut, and fold for a custom design.
Add a spot of cheer to your letters with a stamp featuring your child’s smiling face.
Fruit and toffee sauce will make you fall in love with this sweet recipe.
Your kids will flip for these yummy (and healthy) a.m. meals.
Yes, kids get bullied — but not as much as we think, experts say. Find out how the anti-bullying movement is shortchanging students and...

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