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Children with ADHD Need Personalized Care and Treatment

There are many options for managing ADHD, and what works for one child may not work for another.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Jayla Patten

Patten recently placed in Sodexo's Future Chef competition.

Making a Plan for Summer Screen Time

Beyond limiting the quantity of time kids spend on screens, parents should consider the quality of the screen time.

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Sai Lakkimsetti

Lakkimsetti will represent Tulsa at the Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington, D.C.

Pam Muñoz Ryan to receive 2018 Award for Young Readers’ Literature

Ryan has written over 40 books raising cultural awareness and inspiring people of all ages to believe in themselves.

Why Good Readers May Have Low Test Scores

The complexity of skills assessed by standardized reading tests may account for the disparity between some children's reading ability and their test scores.

Happy Campers:

Choosing a Camp with the Best Benefits for Your Child

I'm a Tulsa Kid: Cingh Kim

Although English is not her first language, Kim won first place in the district Speech Arts Contest.

How to Create Thankful Kids This Thanksgiving

Begin by modeling gratitude and consider following up with these other six ideas.

Seven Tips for Overcoming Fear of the Dark

Fear of the dark is a normal part of development but can lead to sleep deprivation; here are some ways parents can help.

Weighing the Benefits of Music Lessons

The benefits of music lessons include intellectual development, improved self-confidence, increased eye-hand coordination, and more.

Tips for Choosing the Right Day Camp for Your Child