Parenting

How to Help Your Child Succeed at School

In the high-pressure, high-stakes game of school, it can be difficult to know which parenting strategies really promote learning. A successful experience in school is not only about report cards. Ideally your child will learn how to learn,

Baby Proofing Your Home

Room by Room: 36 Areas to Address Around the House

Baby proofing is a matter of making a home safe for your baby now and into the future as they grow. Babies begin their life at home relatively safe because their limited mobility.

Help boys and girls have a successful school career

There are certain routines that establish a successful relationship between your child and her academic endeavors.  When you are aware of them and continuously reinforce them around your child, you establish patterns that will help them be happy students and therefore happy learners.  Here are some...

10 cognitive stimulation activities for children

Cognitive stimulation is a neuropsychological technique that seeks to enhance or improve the mental capacity of a person at any stage of life. When areas of memory, language and attention are worked on; and if appropriate cognitive learning methods are used, a person's quality of life will be significantly improved.

6 Things Parents Should Know About Sending Kids Back to School

Surely there are some kids who are eager for school to start, but I have not met them. My 9-year-old and 5-year-old daughters have little interest now in trading day trips to the beach and family movie nights for an unfamiliar classroom and nightly homework. Still, a mental shift occurs as the season starts to change.

Educational Materials in Spanish

Mi Tutor has developed a set of support materials for Grades k-3.  These materials were developed for parents so that they can supplement what children do at home.

Keeping kids safe on the road

Whether you have children or are expecting a little one, it’s important to understand the proper seat belt fit and position for your kids and yourself, and to make sure everyone buckles up every time.

How Thinking About Thinking Can Help Kids Build Resilience

When kids hit difficult problems — the seemingly insurmountable English essay, a math test that takes on epic proportions, social struggles that leave them feeling frustrated — it can be tempting to give up and resort to four words no parent ever wants to hear: “I can’t do it.”

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