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Individualized Parenting:

Different Rules for Different Kids

Real Tips for Grocery Shopping with Kids

While we're all grateful for the proliferation of grocery pickup options, going to the store with your kids can still be a fun learning experience.

Decoding Dyslexia

Preschoolers can show early warning signs of dyslexia long before they begin reading.

Cosplay for Kindergartners

Costume play builds young brains!

Sharing Books With Your Toddler

Reading to wriggly kids can be a challenge, but it pays off in many ways

All Ears: How to Get Kids to Listen

Sometimes young children 'tune out' in order to avoid information overload; here's how you can help.
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Archive »Big Kids

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.


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