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How to keep your kindergartner's materialism in check

How to keep your kindergartner's materialism in check

Tips for combating the "gimmes," teaching appreciation, and encouraging generosity.

Swearing and potty talk: How to nip them in the bud (age 5)

Swearing and potty talk: How to nip them in the bud (age 5)

How to raise a happy child (ages 5 to 8) | BabyCenter

How to raise a happy child (ages 5 to 8)

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Poster 100 Ways to Be Kind to Your Child - simple things that sometimes mean the most!

My child says the kids at school are always putting each other down. What can I do?

My child says the kids at school are always putting each other down. What can I do?

Family therapist Alison Ehara-Brown suggests ways to help your child cope with taunts that will help the bullies too.

Tips to encourage your child's speaking skills, including specific ideas for auditory, physical, and visual learners.

Fun activities to promote speaking skills

Is my preschooler ready to play a team sport?

Is my preschooler ready to play a team sport?

Teaching Kids to be Financially Responsible | HFM | Houston Family Magazine

Let her see you behaving with restraint and wisdom. If you're raising your child to be materialistic you're doing the wrong thing NOT THE RIGHT THING.

What should I do if I'm really unhappy with my child's school? (K to 3)

What should I do if I'm really unhappy with my child's school? (K to 3)

Educational consultant Ellen Church outlines steps to take if your school isn't meeting your child's needs.

How to talk to your child about nontraditional family types (ages 5 to 8)

How to talk to your child about nontraditional family types (ages 5 to 8)

Find tips on how to talk to your grade-schooler about gay families, single-parent families, adoptive families, and other nontraditional family types

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In real, life she's hawt. This one is for all my Advanced Maternal Age homies. Meet Katy: Katy is the old .

What should I do when my child comes home from kindergarten with things that don't belong to her?

What should I do when my child comes home from kindergarten with things that don't belong to her?

Psychologist Jerry Wyckoff's advice on how to recognize and deal with a kindergartner who's stealing.

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16 Super Fun Summer Activities for Kids

Foods You Can Prepare for The Picky Eater

While your kiddos may think that eating crackers for every meal is a viable option, we know it isn't. If you are tired of jumping through hoops to please your picky eaters at meal times, learn tricks and tips to help put an end to the insanity.

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