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Creative Ideas for Party Treat Bags

Ways to end the cycle of cheap trinkets and candy.

Vist Reynolda House Museum of American Art

A great museum right in our own backyard.

Ask the Teach: Should I Inform the Teacher of My Child's Academic Ability?

How much do I need to tell the teacher about my child's academic ability?

Is My Kid Ready for Overnight Camp?

Signs to help tell if your child is ready to make the plunge to overnight camp.

How to Tell Your Child You've Lost Your Job

How to broach the subject when the economic recession hits home.

Ideas for Teacher Gifts

Get creative with this year's token of appreciation.

A Stay-at-Home Dad's Take on the Good Wife's Guide

Oft-distributed guideline for 1950s housewives re-written for at-home dads.

Ask the Teach: Information for Summer

Summer tutoring, ideas for summer reading and explaining the decimal point.

Reacreation Therapy for Autism

How recreational therapy helps and finding a good therapist.

College Savings 101

Tips on how to pay for college.

5 Ways to Green Up Your Kids

It's not hard to instill some environmentally friendly values in your kids.

Handling Make-Up Work

In Ask the Teach, what to do with all that make up work when your child's been sick.

Stubborn Kids in the Classroom

In Ask the Teach, how to help your stubborn child learn not to argue with his teacher.

Diagnosing Bipolar Disease in Kids

Diagnosis of bipolar disorder in children takes careful evaluation and treatment.

Young Authors Contest Winners

Winners of Piedmont Parent's 2010-2011 Young Authors Contest

The Family Camp Experience

Families bond and experience new adventures at family camp.

Paying for College

?????Get a head start on college finances, forms and research.

Ask the Teach: Too Much Homework in Kindergarten

Two hours of homework in kindergarten is affecting child's attitude.

Ask the Teach: Correct Spelling

Why isn't spelling correctly emphasized in school?

The Scoop on Music Lessons

When, why and how to get your kids started.

Say "I Love You" to Your Kids

Celebrate Valentine's Day by showing your kids how much  you love them.

Ask the Teach: Norm-Referenced Tests

Is this used to measure IQ?

Ask the Teach: Help with Visualizing Numbers

Good tips for helping kids with math skills.

Ask the Teach: Right or Left Handed?

How do you determine right or left-handedness?

Is My Kid OK? Kids and Anxiety

Should I worry that my 6 year old is worried?

An Interview with Sandra Boynton

A Q&A with the popular children's book author on the release of her latest book, "Amazing Cows."

Ask the Teach: Kids, Texting and Homework

Kids say they can multi-task, but can they really?

Ask the Teach: Onomatopoeia

Fun ways to get kids excited about reading.

Santa Claus: Spill the beans or not?

How to know when and whether to tell the truth about Santa to your kids.

Ask the Teach: School Resolutions for the New Year

January is a good time to take stock of the school year.
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Education Guide

The all-new 2015-2016 Education Guide is packed with everything parents need to know to navigate more than 500 education options and resources in the Triad, including area preschools, private schools, public school systems, charter schools, boarding schools and academic resources.

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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.