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Help Active Boys Focus on Homework

By considering personal preferences, parents can help homework be less loathsome for young, energetic students.

Camp is Education Disguised as Fun

Campers actually learn many life-changing lessons and skills they take with them into the classroom and into adulthood.

Motivate Children to Learn

Try these New Year's resolutions to help kids sustain a passion for learning.

Avoid the Brain Drain

Keep those brains active with some fun summer activities.

10 Brain-Building Toys

Recommendations to keep kids' minds active this summer from Dr. Toy.

Tips for Advocating Effectively For Your Child

Anyone can be an education advocate. The N.C. PTA offers tips to help.

Summer Plans for Gifted Children

Plans to keep gifted children engaged, active and challenged during the summer months.

Helping Your Kids in the Summer

Helping your child make friends, and challenging them educationally over the summer.

Where Should Kids Study?

Answers to how to help your kids in school, including preparing a toddler for kindergarten.

How Arts Education Makes Kids Smart

Arts education enhances children’s development and makes them better students.

The Two-Year Attraction

What parents need to know about community college.

Help for Students

From boys who don't like school to helping kids who are no longer "best in class."

Educational Fun for the Summer

Keep your kids brains active this summer with some of these ideas.

Helping Kids Achieve Their Full Potential

Academic and psychological testing can be a productive tool in academic success.

Helping Your Kids Be Better Students

Experts advice on helping kids get better grades and encouraging great readers.

Back to the Books

Myra laments the shortness of summer.

Reading, Writing, Arithmetic & E-literacy

Raising kids to be information literate

Is Your Child Ready for Middle School?

How to prepare for the challenges and changes.

Read to Me

Encourage the joy of reading by reading aloud to your children.

Leadership Tactics from the Workplace Ease Homework Struggles

Adopt leadership strategies common in the workplace to help your child take on homework with little or no nagging.

Stay Involved in Middle School

Remain active in your child's middle school when he or she wants you to back off.

Winning Books for an Election Year

Great kids' books for the election season, whether you have an easy reader, tween or teen.

Help Kids Get Ready for the Back-to-School Transition

Helpful tips smooth the transition from late summer to a new traditional school year start.
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Annual Guides

GPS [Go. Play. See]

It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.