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10/13/2014
Reading is a powerful and useful ability that not only improves focus and concentration, it also expands the vocabulary, boosts the memory, reduces stress among many other benefits.All this can help your children to achieve their goals throughout their academic life. 

If you are wondering how...
10/06/2014
Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder, more commonly known as ADHD, is a disorder that is thought to affects around 28% of children between 3 and 17 years of age. Whether you are a parent who chooses to use traditional medicine, in home strategies, or a mixture of both, you are aware that it can...
10/02/2014
For many students, tests can be a great source of anxiety. This is understandable: they have great importance and can define their grade for the school year. Still, this tense state can cause them to make some mistakes when the time to take a test comes around (even if they studied hard for...
09/16/2014
The new school year is a great time to begin a new goal. Why not really try to stay organized this year? It is a lot easier to be organized when you start that way, and stay that way, rather than having to backtrack and start over. So, take advantage of the beginning of a new school year. At The...
09/09/2014
The importance of reading to your child, and later having a child that reads on his or her own, cannot be overlooked. Studies have shown that children who are read to and continue to read as they grow, are typically ahead of their classmates in terms of academics. We know that it can be difficult...
09/09/2014
As each school year begins, with its possibilities of new friends, new interests, and life lessons, it also begins with the not so bright possibility of being bullied. 28% of kids between 6th and 12th grade admit to having been bullied at one point in the course of their schooling. Bullying has...

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