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New Workbook Series Aims at Avoiding the Academic “Summer Slide”
Ah, the lazy days of summer. Kids eagerly await these two months of leisure, when they can finally be “free” from books, homework and classrooms. But a study at the University of Missouri shows that those lazy days will take their toll when school starts up again in the fall (read the story...)

Good News! Liberty Science Center Reopens
Every time we took the Holland Tunnel when my kids were younger,, we would pass the Liberty Science Center and they'd beg to stop. But the museum has been closed for two years, and my teens have outgrown family trips to IKEA and the desire for interactive museum experiences. (read the story...)

Recycling Rainwater
Imagine a way to collect and recycle, rather than just dumping, the rainwater that collected around your yard. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to make use of it instead of worrying about it being a breeding place for mosquitoes, or adding to flooding problems? (read the story...)

10 Tips To Get Your Student's Grades Back Up
Once October arrives, the leaves fall and a hint of winter is in the air. Along with the changes of nature, there may be something else arriving at home . . . progress reports, interim reports, or failure notices. (read the story...)

Access to Afterschool
If kids look brighter this month, the Afterschool Alliance may just get the credit. (read the story...)

Shoplifting vs. Downloading
With an overwhelming majority of children online and concern for their safety paramount, encouraging good judgment as they navigate their way through cyberspace is vital. Protecting kids with censoring devices, such as Internet filters and parental spyware, are becoming commonplace. But even technological solutions aren’t always enough. (read the story...)

Getting From B to A
Guidelines for parents to help their kids excel in math. (read the story...)

Help Your Child Build Great Homework Skills
By learning specific tools for time management, organization, and general homework skills, students will be well on their way toward homework success. (read the story...)

Helping Kids With Handwriting
In today’s fast-paced computer age, handwriting seems like a forgotten art. But the truth is that mastering handwriting sets children up for other learning successes. Handwriting builds confidence, teaches children to have an organized approach, and enhances their ability to communicate. (read the story...)

Off To a Great Start!
Here are 10 surefire steps to a successful school year... (read the story...)

My Child Has To Be Tested!
Maybe the teacher has contacted you. Maybe the pediatrician has raised some questions. Now they have agreed that your child should be referred for testing. What are they looking for? (read the story...)

Kid Ergonomics
When you're fit, you’re more productive. That’s true for children as well. Too-heavy backpacks and bad computer posture can cause physical imbalances which can, in turn, affect learning. (read the story...)

Friend or Foe?
Do schools attempt to meet all student struggles from within and reject tutoring as superfluous? Or do they embrace the part these outside professionals play and welcome them into the process? (read the story...)

“New Math”: A Guide Through the Maze
2 + 2 still equals 4, but why does my child’s multiplication look like rocket science? (read the story...)

Learning Styles: Which One is Your Child?
When parents observe their children's learning styles, it makes it easier to help them learn. It's also a good exercise to find out how you learn — since this could complement or contrast with your child's style. (read the story...)

Study Habits: Strategies for Success
It’s never too early to develop good study habits. Rather than waiting until it’s too late, improve your study habits now! (read the story...)

Homework Help for Kids (and parents, too!)
In an effort to help city kids get their homework done on their own and correctly, the New York Public Library has created a site, www.homeworkNYC.org, which offers academic assistance to students in grades Kindergarten through 12. (read the story...)

Playing the Math Game
Developing solid math skills is a necessity for all children. Students who take math early in their educational careers set a stronger foundation for success in school and throughout life. (read the story...)

Life After School
Many parents enroll their children in afterschool programs, whether they work outside or inside the home. (read the story...)

River Teacher
For West Nyack mother of two Laurie Seeman, Earth Day doesn’t come around once a year; it’s an every day affair. As a self-described “environmental artist, scientist and educator”, Seeman uses art to teach children to appreciate their environment and to act as its “keepers”. (read the story...)

Savoring Heaven and Earth
Budding astronomers can learn these facts and more when they blast off to the outer reaches of the universe at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center’s latest exhibit, Heavens Above: Photographs of the Universe from the Hubble Space Telescope. (read the story...)

Last-Minute Mom
You may be reading this issue in 90-degree heat, or at the pool, and you’re thinking, “Back to school already?” (read the story...)

Back from the Brink
A not-very-funny thing happened to me on the way to having three children. I had become quite chubby. Not just plump but soft, jiggly, mushy (read the story...)

A school grows in Brooklyn
The International School of Brooklyn (ISB), NYC’s only French/Spanish language-immersion school following the International Baccalaureate curriculum, is moving to a bigger space and adding first grade in September 2007. (read the story...)

The Joke’s on Brooklyn
The teacher is usually the one on the classroom who has to deal with the class clown. In Steve Solomon’s case, he was the teacher and the funny guy. And now he is capitalizing on his talents (read the story...)


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