Untangled is approachable, engaging and easy to read. It is packed with practical advice, real-life scenarios and backed up with scientific research. Lisa Damour brings her wit and wisdom to help lift the curtain of what is going on in
In this groundbreaking book, parenting expert and acclaimed author of the bestselling book Simplicity Parenting Kim John Payne, M.Ed., flips the script on children’s challenging or defiant behavior and lays out an elegantly simple plan to support parents in establishing loving, age-sensitive
This is a great compilation of articles, videos and personal perspectives from the Harvard Graduate School of Education for parents and teachers about preventing bullying by creating strong connections and caring and respectful communities. View One and All
There is no magic bullet to controlling what your children are exposed to on the web and how much access they have to technology but this comprehensive guide can help. But remember the best is still having open conversations with
Back in September we were lucky to have John O’Sullivan from Changing the Game Project come to our community and talk to parents, coaches and youth sports groups about the ways we can help our athletes perform to their potential, while
If you missed our Parent Ed event with Polly Ely, check out some of her upcoming Labs at The Lab Method. With a focus on building secure attachments among family members, Polly’s compassionate, moving, and humorous approach leaves parents and partners
Parents Place offers dynamic, interactive workshops concerning everything from behavior and temperament to discipline and limit-setting to separation and divorce. Catering to parents and caregivers of newborns, teens, and every age in between, our workshops are led by experienced educators, clinicians,
These great cards from Polly Ely at The Lab Method offer a new kind of talk to use for those tough parenting moments. Each card presents a sticky situation or scenario you find yourself in daily with your kids and offers
Review from Amazon Whenever Amy McCready mentions the “entitlement epidemic” to a group of parents, she is inevitably met with eye rolls, nodding heads, and loaded comments about affected children. It seems everywhere one looks, there are preschoolers who only
Ross Valley Math There are some excellent resources for parents on our District math website maintained by the Julia Wolcott, the District Math Coordinator, including activities and games that could help your child practice his/her math skill over the summer
Privacy and Internet Safety The non-profit organization offers ‘essential family guides’ to apps and other digital media as well as a library of age-based and educational ratings and reviews for apps, websites, games, TV shows, movies, books and music. The
5 No-Phone Zones for Parents and Kids Alike As parents we are the most important role models for our kids. This article from The New York Times explores the importance of setting areas and times of day that are no-phone
5 Things to Think about before Buying your Child a Cell Phone Recent CNN article (and video) on “5 things to think about before buying your child a cell phone”
Is Your Child Ready for a Cell Phone? Highlights the pros and cons, including health considerations, and concludes with suggested cell phone rules for kids.
Safe Search Kids: cell phone tips This site is full of cell phone safety tips, especially if considering a smart phone for your teen. You can also find parent guides for social media, avoiding cyberbullying issues and the Internet.
Common Sense Media Cell Phone Parenting The non-profit organization offers ‘essential family guides’ to apps and other digital media as well as a library of age-based and educational ratings and reviews for apps, websites, games, TV shows, movies, books and
www.screenagersmovie.com The Screenagers film website hosts a multitude of digital media resources such as screen time contracts, parenting apps, and Tech Talk Tuesday topics for your family.
Come visit the Parent Ed Library! Underneath the pink and green cloth in the library is the Parent Ed library. Come and check it out! Check out Books If you see a book you like, just sign your name to
Talk from Redwood High school, October 2016 by Jennifer Golick, Ph.D., LMFT View Talk
You’re baffled why your child refuses to go to swim lessons, because last week, you couldn’t get him out of the pool. Or maybe your children are fighting again, and one is about to explode. Most of us try to
http://www.youcubed.org/ Common core based lesson plans and math tasks and ways to instill positive math beliefs. Easy to use in classrooms or home by teachers and parents.
How you can be good at math, and other surprising facts about learning Jo Boaler | TEDxStanford You have probably heard people say they are just bad at math, or perhaps you yourself feel like you are not “a math