For Parents and Teachers

100 Ways to Say “Good Job” or “Very Good”

August 4, 2014
You’re on the right track now! You’ve got it made. SUPER! That’s right! That’s good. I’m very proud of you. You’re really working hard today You […]

Father’s Matter – How to build a relationship with your child

June 3, 2014
Research shows that father involvement is a strong factor in building resiliency in your child.  Here is a great hands on resource for Dads on how […]

Stop spending your days saying, “No…don’t”

September 30, 2013
“I feel like all I do is say, ‘No.  Don’t do that.’”  I have heard that statement from weary parents so often.  As much as you […]

Top Skills… teachers are looking for in kindergarten

August 30, 2013
Enthusiasm Toward Learning “I look for those qualities that prime children to be successful in school,” says Kim Hughes. Does the child approach learning enthusiastically? Is […]

Off to College

August 30, 2013
After all the test taking, application filling, essay editing, campus touring and acceptance waiting, the big event is almost here: Dropping teens off at college. You’d […]
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