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Find ways to advocate for your child living with learning and attention issues with the help of Scholastic Parents and Understood.org.
Many new milestones mark your child's transition from infancy to toddlerhood.
90% of kids agree that they need to be strong readers to get into a good college, with 87% agreeing that they need to be strong readers to get a good job when they are older.
Embrace the changes and dole out more responsibility to help your child rise to the occasion.
Going from top dog on the block to new puppy is tough on tweens. Know what to expect and how to lend support.
Respond to your tween's cries of "Please!"