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Could peer weight decide your kid’s scholastic achievement? It turns out a child’s evaluations may depend on their companions — not their educators. That is the finding from a review distributed in the International Journal of Education Research. So whenever you’re blowing a gasket about what instructor your child got,

April is “Financial Literacy Month,” which makes it an opportune time to shine a spotlight on the importance of economic and financial education for your kids. A recent study from the National Foundation for Credit Counseling found that 40 percent of adults gave themselves a grade of C, D, or F on their

I was trying to do two things at once—cook (in the kitchen) while deciphering some paperwork (in the next room). I’d been interrupted a thousand times with requests for snacks, shrieks over spilled paint water, questions about what squirrels like to eat, and arguments over whether clouds could be blue

Have you ever questioned that what accurately your child needs to know before kindergarten?  Here we are rounding up the list that is based upon a Preschool Portfolio. The list is granted to six years old child.  The list can use for as both a guiding document as well as

Some habits are bad for the growth of a baby, but some help the child for physical growth and brain smartness. So you should not miss these 4 “desire” below: 1. Listening to the music According to specialists search, music is not only helped to relax the pregnant woman and

Every family has their favorite habits, but books are preferable things according to them, — and every child has that one book that you both know outside and inside because it’s their complete favorite. But day by day, children’s books seem like better and better, so how could you keep

When it comes to teaching kids and especially math, parents often found it difficult to teach them because mostly kids take less interest in math subject. To fix this matter, parents actually need to adopt a different method that’s according to the mind of the kids. Just relax there is

How long does your kid spend on homework? With all the different subjects and lengthy assignments kids have on their desk, it can be difficult for them to keep track of everything. In this scenario, they’ll surely welcome the apps that can help them be more efficient and proficient in

It is not easy when your child is at schooling age, to prepare him or her to write anything. Parents feel uncomfortable when they want from their kid to write, it is not an easy job for them. It is not just that placing a pencil in their hands and

Do you know when a kid is mentally and physically ready for Kindergarten? A recent study published in the journal of National Bureau of Economic Research suggests enrolling children in kindergarten at age 7 instead of the typical 5 or 6. According to the findings, putting off kindergarten can help your kid

If a teen girl is obsessed with texting, it can negatively impact her academic performance. A new study published by the American Psychological Association found that compulsive texting led to poor grades for girls. Though, there was no similar correlation with boys. A team of researchers studied a group of

If your kid is a big fan of Harry Potter series, which he has read more than once, it’s time to dive into a new book. Here are ten 1ll-time-favorite science fiction and fantasy books for children that make great follow ups to the magical world of Harry Potter. The

Picking the right book for a beginning reader is not a very easy task. The story should neither be so simple that your toddler can memorize the pages, nor so difficult that your budding bookworm gets discourage. Also, the story should be entertaining so it can maintain your child’s interest.

A new study suggests that a four-day school week is a positive step for elementary school students. The study found that a four-day school week actually boosted students’ test scores in math, despite the extra hours added to those four school days to compensate for a three day weekend. Many

As a child, I was very sharp, and my ability to read at a young age led my mom to get me enrolled in kindergarten at a very early age. I was very good in reading and almost all subjet, but my math skills were below average. I’ll never forget

A new study finds a clear connection between the students’ stress and physical impacts. Sleep deprivation, migraines, weight loss, stomach problems and many other health problems are associated with high-stress levels. As well as the physical health, increasing emotional and mental health issues are noticed in the American students. Many