When you encourage creativity and problem-solving, you help your child develop skills that can be applied to everything she does.
Watching your child learn to write is thrilling. Here's how you can help her develop this new skill with confidence.
Crushes and bullying are not uncommon during this age. Learn what else to expect.
You can help children develop their language abilities by tuning in to what they say and responding in ways that result in talk, talk, and more talk.
Your child can expect the demands of reading and writing to increase in all subject areas during the middle school years.
Books and conversation build your child's most important relationships.
From make-believe to making music, accepting and supporting your child's interests leads to her happiness.
(Or at least helps you get homework done better, faster, and more comfortably.)
Use these simple strategies to help your child treat others with kindness.
Turn the frustration of behavior problems into teachable moments by understanding your child's behavior and the goals of discipline.