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What to Do about “Wired” Boys!

What to do about "wired" boys!

Guest Post by Ruth Hanford Morhard Recent media stories on New York and on NBC have mentioned “fidgety boys” who are struggling in school. These stories note the huge gap in behavioral skills and performance between young girls and boys entering kindergarten—a gap that continues to grow throughout their […]

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Careers are important, but so are the faces filling them. Remind children that they’ll never stop learning, no matter where life takes them. Don’t forget to enter our weekly book giveaway for Seven Skills for School Success, simple activities to ensure little ones are socially and emotionally prepared for the school year.

Play it Safe with Food Allergies 


Guest Post by Laura Wilhelm A new school year brings fresh opportunities and challenges. Educated staff can help prevent supervisory neglect through food safety. About 2.5% of people in the United States have food allergies. The numbers have been rising over the past few decades, especially in children. The top eight […]

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Every child has a unique personality. Don’t forget to appreciate the small differences in your students or children and enjoy the learning process along the way. Inspire language learning in children with our latest release, Raising a Talker, by Renate Zangl. Enter our book giveaway here for your chance to win:


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