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How to Raise an Intelligent Creative Child

How to help you raise a child who's intellectually curious, creative, and excited about learning on every level -- for the long haul.

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What's Best for Baby Brain Development?

A baby will find plenty to stimulate her cognitive development in life's daily activities. Here are seven strategies to nurture her emotional and intellectual development.

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How to Raise a Motivated Student

All parents want their kids to get good grades at school. But why does being a good student matter? School success isn't possible without a love of learning.

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Raise a Child Who Loves to Learn

Intelligence isn't static. It's more like a muscle: it can be developed with use. Our goal is to raise kids who believe in their ability to build mental muscle by...

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Why Screens Compromise Emotional & Academic Development: An Interview

Research consistently demonstrates that the more children use screens, the more negative the effect on their brains and bodies.

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10 Tips for Peaceful Classroom Teaching

Do peaceful parenting ideas work in the classroom? Yes! All kids respond to respect, connection, and feeling heard. Children follow our lead and connection.

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How To Help Your Child Develop Mindfulness Practices

Meditation reduces stress, boosts immunity, increases the ability to focus, and enhances compassion. Here's how to introduce children to meditation.

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The Secret That Transforms Homework: Growth Mindset

It's never about being smart, it's about growing your brain.

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Peaceful Parenting Your Growing Toddler

Your baby is growing up! Raising her is getting more complicated now. Here's how to encourage the qualities that will help her to flourish as she grows.

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Preparing Your Child for the New School Year

With a little bit of preparation and forethought you can enjoy the last weeks of summer and make those first weeks of school easier for everyone in your family.