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5 Easy Tips to Prepare for Standardized Testing Season

  Help your child become a confident and prepared test-taker.   For most around the country, the month of March kicks-off standardized testing season and that can leave parents feeling overwhelmed. Whether you have a grade schooler preparing for the state’s standardized test or a high schooler preparing for the SAT, testing can be stressful […]

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4 Simple Tips for Setting Goals with Your Child in the New Year

  New Year’s resolutions aren’t just for adults! Help your child kick off the New Year right with these easy tips. January is the perfect time for a fresh start. Have you discussed with your child what his goals are for the New Year? Allow him to set his own goals, so he can truly […]

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Guest Tips: How to Make Your Sleep Routine Smarter for Your Child

  The following post was written by Alanna McGinn, Certified Infant and Toddler Sleep Consultant and Founder of Good Night Sleep Site – a Global Pediatric and Family Sleep Team.   During the school year, heading to bed at a decent time and getting a good night’s sleep is important for children. A well-rested child will display better cognitive […]

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Common Core and School English Language Arts

The goal of the Common Core State Standards is to ensure that students will be college- and career-ready in their skills and knowledge by the end of high school. A secondary purpose is to have consistent criteria of grade-level expectations in English language arts and mathematics across states. The shared learning goals do not constitute […]

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3 Benefits of Enrolling Your Toddler into an Early Learner Program

      Your child is growing up and developing new skills each day. Single words are becoming complete phrases and curiosity is abundant. While many are eager to start school like the big kids, the transition to kindergarten doesn’t always go so smooth. In fact, a recent study showed about 20 percent of kindergarten […]

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