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Updated: April 23, 2022

150 Would You Rather Questions for Kids (& Free Printable)

the ultimate list of would you rather questions

If family dinnertime conversation is falling short, these fun and silly "Would You Rather?" questions are a great way to get everyone talking.

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Ever played the “Would You Rather?” game with your family or friends? We love this game because it appeals to all ages. You can play it with everyone from toddlers through grandparents, and learn something new about your loved ones.

Updated: May 23, 2022

The 25 Best Sensory Toys for Kids With Special Needs

25 best sensory toys for special needs children

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Tackling Tough Reading Assignments

Tackling Tough Reading Assignments

Tuning In

Should you pay for good grades? In general, you want your teen to learn that good work is its own reward. That said, you might find other ways to reward improvement (not just achievement). Promise nothing in advance, but if your teen makes significant gains in a certain area (say, pulls his Biology grade from a C- to a B), consider staging some type of celebration that your teen would enjoy.

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Updated: May 15, 2019

Generating Ideas for Writing

Generating Ideas for Writing

All good writing starts with a topic. With that said, often developing a topic is a tough gig. Some kids get overwhelmed with the number of ideas they have. Others might not know where to look, and still for some kids, they feel that there is nothing good to write about. Here are some ideas on how to empower your child to find the right topic:

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Updated: May 15, 2019

The Essential Elements of Higher-Level Writing

The Essential Elements of Higher-Level Writing

The title of this article may seem to run counter to all the lip services I pay to individualizing one's approach to writing, but the bottom line is that for many writing assessments, especially higher-level writing, there is specific structure and stylistic elements that, if followed, will improve your child's grades. The reality is that teachers have a preconceived notion of what constitutes a good paper. The following are some core elements that, in the eyes of the powers that be, any good advanced paper should have.

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Updated: December 19, 2021

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Heavy Lifting When Pregnant: Physical Labor and Safety

pregnant woman working at a physically strenuous job

Manufacturing and health care

Manufacturing

To judge your safety on the job, you need to know what chemicals you are exposed to each day. In fact, by law you have the right to this information, and your employer is obliged to tell you. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) lists a number of substances the pregnant women should avoid, including the following:

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Creative Ways to Use Flash Cards for Spelling

Creative Ways to Use Flash Cards for Spelling

Creative Ways to Use Flash Cards for Spelling

Flash cards may be a standard way to learn spelling words, but there are a few ways to make them a little less boring. There are two basic ways in which your child can approach making flash cards, both of which have learning benefits.

Skills Being Practiced

  • Sight/spelling word recognition
  • Vocabulary retention
  • General word knowledge

What You Need

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Updated: May 15, 2019

Everyone's a Poet

Everyone's a Poet

What kind of poems appeal to kids? Writer and teacher Matt Sharpe says students of all ages like this exercise. Give it a try with your kids!

1. Think of anyone you know who is older than your parents.

2. Close your eyes, and picture this person. Picture their hair, their skin. Do they have facial hair? Glasses? Makeup? What kind of skirt are they wearing? Shirt? Shoes?

3. Does this person smell like anything? Tobacco? Garlic?

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Updated: May 15, 2019

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Writing Reports, from Top to Bottom

Writing Reports, from Top to Bottom

Don't let school reports get your child down. With our great tips your kids will be well on the way to acing them.

Choosing a topic

  • Try to pick something fun. Encourage your child to choose a topic that genuinely interests her. There's nothing worse than slaving away on a subject that makes you yawn.

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    Updated: June 21, 2021

    A Complete Guide to Potentially Dangerous Apps for Kids

    young girl using potentially dangerous apps on ipad

    Pop quiz: What is Voxer? If you're scratching your head, it's time to read up on the trendy new social media apps kids are using. Friending your child on Facebook is now just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to online safety. Click through to see some of the sites and new apps tweens and teens are flocking to these days, and get useful tips for protecting your child from cyberbullying and other online safety hazards.