Teach your kids how to distinguish facts from opinions
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MomMom blogger Lisa Lightner links to activities for the animated dog monster movie and notes AMC has scheduled it for sensory screenings.
For a 9-year-old who doesn’t type or spell well, the challenge of using a search engine is too much without a parent's help. Here are ways to help kids search effectively and responsibly.
Students, parents and educators have until Dec. 17 to participate in Speak Up, an annual survey that takes the nation’s pulse on key educational issues
Children and families can find wondeful opportunities on the Internet for charitable giving and participating in good causes.
Here's how to get the most out of school access systems.
As your kids throw on their backpacks and head back to school,these ideas can make homework time less of a hassle.
Single moms are often so busy taking care of their kids’ needs that dating gets put off. Here's how to get started.
Before you spend a small fortune on back-to-school clothes, consider these money saving tips.
You can find insights and empathy online, in person or in groups for your child.
You don’t need to wait until your child reaches middle school to begin world language instruction.
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