7 Surefire Ways to Raise a Reader These are the simplest ways busy parents can fit a little learning into everyday life.
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You're Huge! And Other Fun Things Kids Say About Pregnancy In the "kids always tell the truth edition," there are no holds barred when you're pregnant and a kindergarten teacher.
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How and When: Talking to Kids about Autism and Difference Education and awareness has to start at a young age. Thought there may be no perfect time, the right time to start the discussion is when this happens.
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Let's Read About Sex! 6 Books About Sex for Toddler to Teen From toddler to teen, these six books can help teach your child about sex and the reproductive system.
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5 Things Students Wish Every Teacher (and Parent) Knew Seeing school through the eyes of the students. A must-read for every parent, teacher, and student.
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Field-to-Fork in Action at Durham College's Center for Food Durham College has opened up an exciting program for students with their boutique culinary school, the Center for Food.
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The Only Homework You Should Worry about Over the Holidays Say "see ya" to studying and adieu to assignments, here's how to boost your student's success in school through family fun.
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Santa in schools Does Santa Have a Place in the Classroom? How should a teacher respond when asked if Santa is real while balancing the needs of a diverse classroom and not contradicting what families have told them?
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all day kindergarten The Failures of Full-Day Kindergarten After two months of my daughter attending full-day kindergarten I've come to the conclusion that there are certain aspects about the system that are lacking.
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Everything You Need To Know About RESP's Demystifying RESPs: It’s Not As Hard As You May Think

Are you confused as to what you can use an RESP for when the time comes? So was this mom, so she did some research. This is what she learned.

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