Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
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.
Did your child get in trouble at school for the first time? Introduce your child to these stories about managing anger and stressful situations.
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 turn common discipline problems into teachable moments.
Is your child tuning you out? Avoid discipline problems by tweaking old tactics to fit new circumstances.
Whining may not change much as your child grows, but your response to it should. For best results, tweak old discipline tactics to fit new circumstances.
Be firm but fair in your rule-setting and accentuate the positive!
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Teaching your 4th-8th Graders about the life of veterans isn't an easy task. These books will help. Understanding the life of veterans isn't easy, but this book list for kids in grades 4-8 will help. Amy Mascott Bl...
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Learning mathematics makes children better readers. Find out how.
Tired of a sassy mouth? Find out ways to kick it to the curb for good.
How to say no to your child (and mean it).
Is she excited about first grade? Help her have the best year ever.
Nip bullying in the bud by giving your child at-home support.