Find the next step once your child outgrows after-school care.
Entering middle school is a great leap! Be sure your child takes the necessary steps for 6th grade readiness.
Recognize the right time to take a step back, breathe, and allow your preteen to make her own decisions.
Loosen up, but don't let go, when dealing with the whirlwind change of the teenage years.
Get tips from parents (and kids) who've been there.
Tempt your preteen with a range of reading materials.
In middle school, counselors take on serious social issues such as cyberbullying.
Pick up these stories for your kids to learn about how different characters’ point of view affect a story.
Amidst the flurry of friends, homework, and hormones, your pre-teen may not feel like reading. Keep her interested and on track with these tips.
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.