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School Age

Age 5-9 years

How did this happen? Your preschooler has somehow become a full-fledged elementary school student. It's easier in some ways -- they have so much more self control. They're more cooperative and affectionate.

But this is where things get complicated. You're just living your life, trying to hold a busy household together and get dinner on the table, while your child is shaping into the person he or she will become.

It may seem like you just finished toilet-training, but the tween years are right around the corner. Take advantage of these sweet, reasonable, elementary years while you still have so much influence on your child to build a close relationship, and help your child develop emotional intelligence and terrific self-management habits.


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Gameplan for Parenting Your Elementary Schooler

Help your elementary schooler:stay connected, become independent, develop healthy habits, values, and more!

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So what does peaceful parenting look like with kids in the elementary school years? Regardless of the situation, here are the steps...

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Twelve Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to School

It's not unusual for kids to need a little extra help adjusting to the start of school. Here are 12 tips that will help.

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Preparing Your Child for the New School Year

The good news is that with a little bit of preparation and forethought you can enjoy the last weeks of summer and make those first weeks of school easier for your kids – and yourself.

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Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten

Kindergarten-readiness means the child is ready to listen to the teacher, and ready to work things out with other children. Learn more . . .

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