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The Secret to Raising Successful Readers

“Parents often establish a bedtime routine with children around this activity but there’s no reason you can’t enjoy it together any time!”

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This Author Compiled the Ultimate List of Diverse Reads for Teens & Tweens

This author compiled a reading list of over 500 books to help teens and tweens have conversations about race, poverty, homelessness, anxiety and more.

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New Study Reveals How Praise Affects Students’ Behavior

The three-year studio revealed some interesting findings.

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Why Storytime Matters for Everyone, No Matter Their Age

Discover why reading out-loud, whether it’s to a newborn or an adult, continues to benefit humans both personally and emotionally.

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Lisa Frank Phone Cases Are a Thing & Be Still Our ’90s Hearts

Now you can relive your childhood on your iPhone.

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Anna Faris’ Co-Parenting Goals with Ex Chris Pratt Are Totally Inspiring

Co-parenting for these exes is all about love and respect.

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This Viral Teacher’s Letter about Standardized Testing Will Move You

Classroom lessons go beyond what’s in the books, as this viral letter shows.

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How to Empower Little Kids to Be Their Own Little People

As our young children become “their own little person,” we can help to enable this by promoting both their learning and empowerment. 

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This Is How One Non-Crafty Mom Is Making New Glitter Goals

I’ll be the first to admit that craftiness doesn’t come easily to me. I blame my sixth-grade social studies project. We had to make a likeness of a famous person from history, using only a styrofoam ball, a soda bottle,…

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Every Child Should Watch This Inspiring Teacher-Created Video

Check out what this sixth-grade teacher is doing to motivate students.

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The 12 Parents You’ll Meet at the Playground

Use this handy dandy crib sheet for navigating the playground. We bet you’ll come away with a few new mom friends!

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2 Famous Spots to See Kids’ Art Masterpieces

As a little New Yorker, your kid has probably already seen a Van Gogh, Warhol and Monet first hand. While these artists are nothing short of amazing and their work is surely inspiring, sometimes the best way to encourage a…

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