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Did your child get in trouble at school for the first time? Introduce your child to these stories about managing anger and stressful situations.
Middle school can be a stressful time. Share these titles with your tween to let him know he’s not the only one feeling overwhelmed!
Everyone experiences anger from time to time. Use these titles on behavior to demonstrate to your child how to manage this powerful emotion.
Is your family going through big changes as a result of a divorce or separation? Share these stories with your children to help them understand family-related stress.
Help your child understand and master anger.
A sense of loss and anger at having no say in the matter troubles many preschoolers whose parents split.
Find loving ways to defuse stress in both your toddler and yourself.
Discover seven ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
Picture books are great for breaking the ice when tackling tough issues with your children. Use books to talk to your kids about tough issues. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Rai...
Here are a few things to keep in your back pocket to help get kids 'unstuck' during read alouds. Learn what parents can say when kids get 'stuck' and won’t even try to read words aloud. Amy Mascott Blogs...
Everyone knows cats have 9 lives, but do they also have more than 5 senses? Find out in this fun challenge from Bedtime Math! Everyone knows cats have 9 lives, but do they also have more than 5 senses? Find out in this fun c...
Has your family had a rotten day? Get rid of the grumbles by sharing a funny book with your child. Has your family had a rotten day? Get rid of the grumbles by sharing a funny book with your child. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scho...
Introduce your child to writing using the _ad word family with this printable minibook.
Help your child get rid of anger during study time.
Nip bullying in the bud by giving your child at-home support.
Upset? Excited? Teach your child the language of emotions.
Is your child emotionally healthy?