Excerpted from Ready to Learn : How to Help Your Preschooler Succeed By Stan Goldberg, Ph.D.
The long brown curls became visible as tear-filled eyes peeked from behind the banjo case. My four-year-old son looked at me and tried to form words, but only quivering movements came from of his little mouth.
"Justin!" I screamed, "I told you not to climb on that cabinet! Can't you ever listen to what I say? Don't you understand how dangerous that was?
Excerpted from Paying for Your Child's College Education By Marguerite Smith
There is an enormous and crucial difference between the official cost of a college education and the cost of that college education to you. In this chapter we will explore two trends that help explain that difference: college costs that continue to rise faster than inflation, and a basic upheaval taking place in college admissions and financial aid giving. We'll show you how you can use the sec
Excerpted from Middle School Years: Achieving the Best Education for Your Child, Grades 5-8 By Michele A. Hernandez
Children need routine in their lives, particularly in regard to doing homework and getting used to a schedule. Remember, it is always easy when they get older to allow more freedom, but while they are young, you want to mold their behavior as much as you can to teach them positive habits.
Assuming your child gets home from school a