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Helping Your Children Understand Themselves

Library Honors Emerging Writers

Dyslexia: Common Childhood Disability Can be Treated

A Family Struggle: Boy Scouts' Stance on Homosexuality

Bringing Down Bullies: It Takes All of Us

Stages: School Age

Your Child's Health

Discipline That Works

If you’ve ever felt the urge to spank your child, or if yelling is your preferred method of interaction, read this. Writer Cindy Webb interviews Dr. Robert Brooks, psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School about effective ways to discipline.

No, You Are Not Raising a Hoodlum

By understanding developmental stages and behaviors, parents become more patient with their children and they are better able to identify real problems.

Temperament & Your Child

Are you raising a resilient child? Is your child successful or struggling? Understanding your child’s temperament can help you guide him or her toward success.

A Brown Bag Special of Pimento Cheese

Even though Chef and Food Writer Molly Martin was homeschooled, she still loves a great school lunch! Try tucking her new take on pimento cheese into your kid’s brown bag.

Homeschool Kids Aren’t Sitting on the Sidelines

Just because your kid is homeschooled doesn’t mean he or she can’t get in the game. Tulsa and the surrounding area have lots of teams and sports’ activities for homeschoolers.