Articles in March Guides, School, April Blackburn, Madeline Rathle, Health and Wellness and Holidays

Understanding and Coping with the Holiday Blues

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When I was a child, I was obsessed with Christmas, like I suppose most kids are. But, I knew that when the song, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” came on, things would get sad very quickly. As a first generation American, all I knew were small celebratio... Read full article

Getting Ready for Kindergarten? Start Now!

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Anyone with kids knows how quickly time can fly. One day, you are cuddling your newborn bundle of joy, and the next, you are sending him off to kindergarten. As exciting as this can be,starting school is a really big deal to small children and can be... Read full article

How To Talk To Your Child's Teacher

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A meeting with your child’s teacher can be a powerful tool for helping your child succeed in school.... Read full article

Our Christmas Playlist

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We all have that one song that gets us in the holiday spirit. Here are a few of our favorites.... Read full article

There is Hope: An Inside Look at Domestic Violence

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“He’s teasing you because he likes you,” is a phrase we have all heard from grown ups after sharing our experiences on the playground with them. It’s usually meant to describe the moment when a member of the opposite sex would tease, push, or pull ou... Read full article



The Heart Of The Matter

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Healthy Habits For Your Family... Read full article

Letting Recess Slide: A Decline in Free Time

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How the decline in recess may be affecting your child.... Read full article

Celebrate New Year's Eve with the Kids

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Whether you couldn’t find a sitter for New Year’s Eve or you just don’t feel like fighting traffic, you can still have a fun, kid-friendly celebration. The key is to keep the kids occupied as the clock counts down. Here are a few family-friendly idea... Read full article

Choking on Aisle Five

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Heeding Food-Label Warnings... Read full article

Too Many Distractions To Concentrate?

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Concentration is crucial to success at school and work. Now, educators are worried that the ability to concentrate is eroding under the relentless barrage of random messages from cell phones and social media.... Read full article

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