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15 Easy Ideas to Stall the Summer Slide

Math in the summer? Yes, it can be fun!

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Octobo's Big City Adventure

New Interactive Storybook “Octobo’s Big City Adventure” Available in Time for the Holidays

The storybook features the national award-winning plush robot, Octobo.

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How to Make Chalk Paint at Home

“DIY chalk paint is a fun activity for kids and adults. It’s easy to make and you probably have most of the ingredients you need already in your pantry!”

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A Letter to My Middle Child

“Sometimes it’s hard to be sandwiched in between two siblings who both require a significant amount of time and attention.”

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Must Read: Hilarious Online Summer Camps for Kids

The ultimate summer camp guide to keeping the kids entertained gets a (hilarious but true) reality check.

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Senior Bus Tribute

Bus Drivers Set Up 22 School Buses to Spell “2020” to Honor Graduating Class

The drivers also wrote the names of each senior between the buses.

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And Now for the Cutest Celebrity Holiday Cards of 2019

This year’s celebrity holiday greetings did not disappoint! 

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The “Beverly Hills 90210” Reboot Won’t Come Back for a Second Season

The nostalgic ’90s fave won’t come back to the small screen.

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10 Brilliant Ideas to Replace Halloween Candy

You may have heard of Elf on the Shelf, but have you ever heard of Switch Witch? Sort of like the Tooth Fairy, the Switch Witch stealthily visits the homes of little children, but instead of swapping teeth for cash,…

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Why We Need to Take the Home Out of Homework

At the end of the day, you are the person your child wants to impress the most, so it’s no wonder the pressure of performing perfectly at home can be overwhelming. Help your child find their own safe space to study—you’ll watch their confidence increase, and the battles at the dining room table begin to melt away.

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Summer Learning Loss Is Real. Here’s How to Deal with It

But there are ways to prevent children’s summer learning loss! Here are five most effective summer slide deterrents below.

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To My Kids on the Last Day of School

Even if you are celebrating the end of the school year and getting excited for lazy summer days, sleeping in late, swimming and biking, and hanging out with friends, don’t forget to stop and remember all the hard work you put in this year to get to the fun.

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When Bright Children Struggle to Learn: How to Build Confidence & Joy

There are many students in classrooms across America—bright, yet with learning differences, who struggle to learn.

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“Beverly Hills, 90210” Is the Latest Show of Our Childhoods to Get a Reboot

Well, it looks like the gang is headed back to the Peach Pit!

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These Celebs’ Christmas Trees Are Literally Star-Studded

These celebrity Christmas trees are the definition of festive!

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What Is Hyperemesis Gravidarum? Amy Schumer Opens Up about This Major Pregnancy Issue

There’s morning sickness, and then there’s this pregnancy issue that takes it to the extreme.

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I Let My Daughter Miss a Week of School for Vacation. I’m Okay With That

“My second grader will miss seven days of the new school year—and it’s totally worth it.”

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Celeb Parents’ First Day of School Photos of Their Kids Are Too Much

Celeb parents Neil Patrick Harris, Kristen Bell, Chrissy Teigen and more send their kids off to school with cute first day of school photos.

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What Homework Does the Future King of England Get? Prince George Has a Busy Year

School is about to get a little more serious for this young royal.

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The Newest Trend in Baby Names Could Be the Most Original Yet

These are some truly… unique baby name choices.

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When Other Parents Toss Invisible Grenades at You

Parents, check yourselves for invisible grenades.
As the mom of a child with dyslexia, I find myself dodging thoughtless, verbal grenades from people who don’t have a clue.
My son is as bright and hardworking as they come. But he…

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A Letter to My Child with Dyslexia

I see your slumped shoulders and head down when you leave school.

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I see you reciting your presentation from memory, even though the words are right in front of you.
I see you at the…

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Twitter Reacts to User Posting His Old Preschool Spelling Homework & It’s Rad

What was a cringeworthy self-deprecating post became something far cooler.

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If You Grew Up in the ’70s You Probably Played with These Toys

Go ahead and relive those hours spent playing on the shag carpeting with this list of retro toys.

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Pink Instagrams Her Daughter Willow Playing with Makeup & It’s Too Cute

Can we come over and play makeup and dress-up with Pink, too?

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New Research Reveals the Key to Early Literacy and It’s Not Sight Words

Discover the real key to early literacy that might be overlooked.

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Stumped for Baby Names? Classic Baby Names to the Rescue!

Who is this little person growing inside Mommy? What will his or her personality be like? You won’t know until the bean is born and until then, the pressure of choosing a baby name hangs over you like the threat…

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My Son is Dyslexic and This is How His Teacher Got Him Excited to Learn

“Mom,” says Sam. “You know what one of the best things about my new school is?”

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“Tell me,” I say.
Excited that he is embracing this new school that specializes in teaching kids with dyslexia…

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Psst…1 in 5 Grandparents Don’t Like Their Grandchildrens’ Names

According to this latest study, sharing your baby’s name with his or her’s future grandparents could be harder than you think.

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