Question of the Week:
"I have a child with ADHD and they are about to go to full-day kindergarten for the first day. What can I do to best help my child prepare for their first day of school?"
Do you have a question about the 1-2-3 Magic program, or a challenge you've not been able to resolve?
Homework civil wars can make school nights miserable for the whole family. Schoolwork battles can go on for two, three, or four hours a night. People begin to dread the evening, relationships become more strained, and the child in question learns to hate schoolwork more and more.
Luckily, there are a number of things you can do to make homework time more tolerable and efficient. Here are some of our most frequently asked questions about tackling the homework problem.
It's almost that time of year again. Believe it or not, your kids will be heading back to school in the near future. You can almost taste it! But making the transition from summer to fall means that you'd better think ahead. There are a lot of changes that must be managed. Here are five back to school tips to help you and your kids make the shift as easy as possible.
Homework civil wars make school nights miserable for everyone. There's brother at the kitchen table after dinner staring out the window. His favorite sister, who completed her homework years ago, smugly watches TV in the other room. Mom and Dad check in now and then to badger the distinguished scholar.
Bad end to the day. How can you make homework less painful and more efficient?