When will your child learn to run, jump, or throw a ball? Check this reference guide.
Help your child learn more efficiently by understanding how his memory works.
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Aggressiveness, not listening, talking back: your fix for every age and stage.
What to know about that cherished lovey she takes everywhere.
Four ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
This age group is ready to make sense of family news, good or bad.
Changes in your tween — sometimes unpleasant — are to be expected; but some can indicate a problem beyond typical growing pains. Here's how to know the difference.
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According to the U.S. Department of Education, only 55% of children ages 3-5 who were not yet in kindergarten were read to daily by a family member in 2007.