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  • Lessons your Child should be Learning in Preschool
    Lessons your Child should be Learning in Preschool

    Keeping your child on track by Christine Bryant Kindergarten is an important milestone in a child’s life. After all, it’s the first block in the foundation of education they will build over the next 12 years. But many children have their first school ...

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  • What Common Core 'Looks Like': Word Problems and More
    What Common Core 'Looks Like': Word Problems and More

    EducationWorld asked educators and other experts for concrete examples of how Common Core is changing instruction for the better. Below is what tutoring center owner Christopher Lien shared. By Christopher Lien Lien is a franchise owner with Tutor Doctor, ...

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  • Helping your Child Adjust to a New Sibling
    Helping your Child Adjust to a New Sibling

    Sibling rivalry is a very natural instinct which older children experience with the arrival of a new baby brother or sister. They act out, become aggressive or regress which can put more strain on a family. Bringing a new baby home is tough enough, but ...

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  • Save on Back to School Supplies
    Save on Back to School Supplies

    It’s almost time to send your children back to school and this can pose a financial burden on most families as you pay school fees, buy new clothing and tick off the back to school supply list. If you start early, you can avail yourself of a number of apps ...

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  • Help your Child to Adjust to a New School
    Help your Child to Adjust to a New School

    If you are relocating this semester, you can help your children to settle into a new home and school. Moving is a traumatic experience as children have to get accustomed to a different home, a strange town and new friends. They may also be missing old ...

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