How Parents Can Use Philosophy to Connect with Their Children and Raise Stronger Thinkers

One of the most important ways children begin to understand the world is by asking questions. Why is the sky blue? Why does water freeze? Why do they have to…

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Why Being ‘Predictable’ Can Help Your Child’s Brain Development

Parents have long known that giving children a regular routine can help them learn good habits, but a new study from researchers at the University of California at Irvine has…

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Interview with Rebecca Rolland, Author of ‘The Art of Talking with Children’

Talking is one of the most important ways that children learn language and social cues, but how often are parents having real, meaningful conversations with their children? In her new…

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Guiding Your Child’s Behavior with Positivity

Endeavor Schools Webinar for Parents: Guiding Your Child's Behavior with Positivity from Endeavor Schools Endeavor Schools is beginning a webinar series that will share research-based advice for parents interested in…

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‘Raising Critical Thinkers:’ An Interview with Author Julie Bogart on How Parents Can Help Their Children Grow Wise in the Digital Age

For this month’s Thrive newsletter, we interviewed Julie Bogart, the author of the new book, Raising Critical Thinkers: A Parent’s Guide to Growing Wise Kids in the Digital Age. The book…

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Mindfulness: How Staying Calm and Collected Can Improve Focus and Cognition

Practicing mindfulness techniques at home with your child can be a great way for them to improve their focus, cognition and overall well-being. Not only is mindfulness practice beneficial, but…

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An Easy New Year’s Resolution for Parents: Talk More and Go Outside

As we head into a new year, many parents are making resolutions that involve improving their child’s education and well-being. For this month’s Thrive newsletter, we asked our very own education experts…

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3 Ways to Continue Learning During the Holidays

The holiday season is upon us, which means many children will spend less time at school and more time at home with their family. However, being away from the classroom…

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Interview with Dr. Danielle Dick

For this month’s newsletter, we interviewed Dr. Danielle Dick, author of the new book, The Child Code, which provides a science-based approach to parenting centered on a child’s unique genetic “code.” Dr.…

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3 Ways to Teach Children Organizational Skills

Organizational skills can help children learn how to focus, complete tasks, and set goals. However, learning good organizational skills is sometimes overlooked in children’s education. That’s why learning these skills…

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