Middle School

Philly Museums Make It Easy for Teens to Visit

If you’re a teenager who has never been to a museum, it can be intimidating walking into one by yourself or with friends. To help make it easier, the STAMP (Students at Museums in Philly) Teen Council and Art-Reach have created…

Teaching coding to kids

More schools are starting to teach forms of computer science to kids at a young age so they can benefit from the skills it helps them develop.

How to Spot Bullying

Figuring out whether or not your child is a victim of bullying can be a difficult task.

Are teens too old to trick-or-treat on Halloween?

Teenagers occupy a strange in-between world. No longer children, not yet adults, they are quick to abandon “childish” things and almost as quick to regret that they have done so. It is during the teen years that many of us…

Should You Let Your Kid See the Movie Eighth Grade?

Should you let your 8th grader see Eighth Grade? Yes, unless you are opposed to them hearing a handful of profanities or seeing a sexually suggestive scene. At the end, however, many parents will consider the lessons learned during the…

Girls Build Robots in TechGirlz Camp at Villanova

The seventh TechGirlz Summer Camp came to a close on July 13 as the campers gathered in an auditorium at Villanova University to show their family and friends the robots they had learned how to build in just a week.…

How Ideas From European and Asian Schools Can Help Your Child

Education in the United States often attracts worldwide attention but it is also improved and enhanced by adapting international approaches to schools and learning. Here are four effective and popular strategies with origins elsewhere that are being implemented in local…

Is Caffeine Bad for Kids?

Caffeinated beverages are a cheap and easy way for teens to get through busy days where they get up too early and go to bed too late. While teenagers need eight and a half to nine hours of sleep a…

How to Set Goals for Your Kids

Kids are not lazy or unmotivated; it’s simply easier than ever for them to be distracted and disengaged because we are living in an age of constant stimulation and interruption. We need to help our children learn how and when…

How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money

Sallie Mae’s 2016 “Majoring in Money” report states that students ages 18 to 24 carried an average credit card debt of $906 in 2015. This exemplifies the point made by Sallie Mae in a 2013 report that credit card usage…

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