Virtual learning can cause stress and anxiety in kids and parents. But these tips will help you and your kid manage the chaos and find calm.
On-screen school just isn’t the same, and many kids are struggling to stay motivated. These psychologist-approved tips can help young learners stay engaged.
Children with special educational needs can truly thrive in environments that provide what they need to learn and grow. Find out how pediatrician can help develop the right learning solutions for children with special needs.
Whether your child is returning to school this fall in-person, online or a combination of the two, back-to-school season will look a lot different in the time of COVID-19. Here’s what you can do to set your student up for success.
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If your kid is coughing and sneezing up a storm, you might wonder if you should send them to school. Our pediatrician weighs in on when kids are contagious and offers tips to keep germs from spreading.
Sooner or later, your child will probably end up with a teacher they don’t like. A pediatric psychologist explains ways to understand your child’s feelings and reduce their anxiety.
Do you think your child could use some support in making friends? Find out how you can help by teaching skills for opening up and bonding with peers.