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How to Help Kids Learn to Fail
Parents naturally want to protect kids from failure, but only through trial and error can children become resilient adults
School Success Kit for Kids With Sensory Processing Issues
Tools and strategies to help kids stay comfortable and focused.
School Success Kit for Kids with ADHD
Tools and strategies for children and teenagers to help manage time, stay focused, and handle homework.
Ideas for Getting Your Kids into Nature
How to make being outdoors fun and rewarding for kids inclined to stick to their screens
Why Kids Need to Spend Time in Nature
If you ask them, most kids would say they prefer spending time indoors. But the benefits (and pleasure) kids get from being outside are worth the push.
School Success Kit For Kids With Auditory Processing Issues
Tools to help kids maximize classroom learning and stay on top of expectations are a must for kids who have trouble piecing together verbal information. Here are a few simple suggestions that can make a difference.- Rae Jacobson
Supporting the Emotional Needs of Kids With Learning Disabilities
Signs your child with learning issues might be struggling with low self-esteem, anxiety, or depression, and how to help.- Rachel Ehmke
I have a child who is very good but won’t follow directions. What should I do?
The way parents phrase requests can make kids more (or less) likely to follow through. Giving kids the right kind of praise helps, too.- Kristin Carothers, PhD
School Success Kit for Kids With Executive Functioning Issues
Tools to help kids get organized, focused, and out the door on time
My anxious son is 16, home-schooled, and prefers ‘cyber friends’ to real ones. We want him back in school, but can he cope?
It is very possible, if they help him overcome his anxiety in a structured way with the help of professionals. Avoiding it isn't the answer, and it doesn't have to be.- Stephanie Dowd, PsyD