All About "preschoolers" and "elementary"

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Kids and Sports

Learn how playing sports like soccer, golf, basketball, football, and baseball can keep your kids healthy and fit and help them learn valuable life lessons.

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A Child's First Sport Puts the Fit in Fitness

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Football, soccer, gymnastics -- no matter the field, all kids can benefit from early exposure to sports.

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Is Your Child Kinder-Ready?

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Preparing your child for his or her first foray into the "formal" education system is largely met with happy anticipation. But there's also a heavy dose of concern: Is my child ready for kindergarten?

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Simple Mommy Secrets to Choosing the Right Chores for Kids

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Several years ago I learned a Mommy Secret from my girlfriend about kids' chores that I've never forgot.

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Choosing a Kindergarten

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Elisa Medhus, MD Not many things are as anxiety provoking as choosing the "right" kindergarten for your child. We parents seem so bent on giving our kids special advantages.

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Superactive Kids and the Way We Parent

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Hyperactive kids might very well be picking up their stressed-out parents' "vibe." If your lifestyle is hectic it could be a factor in their behavior.

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Tunes, Tots and Tube: Rock On!

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Preschool programming has entered a golden age of musical motivation.

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Daycare Tots Under Age Two Most Apt to Catch Colds

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Toddlers and preschoolers are still strengthening their immune systems -- but daycare is the leading vector for the common cold. This article suggests precautions parents can take.

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