Exceptional quality picture books that are perfect read-alouds for little ones
By Jan Parish, MEd
“There was one little baby who was born far away. And another who was born on the very next day. And both of these babies, as everyone knows, had ten little fingers and ten little toes.”
It’s baseball team tryouts. Or maybe dance, gymnastics or basketball. Perhaps band or chorus. So much anticipation. Lots of preparation. And then, it happens.
Your darling grandchild does not make the team. You hurt for your grand. You tell yourself life is full of challenges and disappointments. But wait, there’s [...]
By Lynn Keehan, Ph.D
Diagnoses of ADD/ADHD has dramatically increased in recent years, and now many doctors are not only prescribing the usual drugs (Adderall, Concerta, Ritalin, Strattera), but have added powerful antipsychotic medications to their pharmaceutical arsenal to try to combat the symptoms of ADD/ADHD and other behavioral problems in children and teens. “Off [...]
I’ve got it! The answer to the age old question: “What can I do with my grandchildren?” It’s different, fun and educational for both grandparents and grandchildren. All wrapped up in one paperback book.
By Remy Agee
Here’s the format:
Short brain teasers in story form that require listening and the use of science [...]
By Jack Levine
Investing in Children
David Lawrence Jr.
The Children’s Movement of Florida is a coalition of 325,000 Floridians dedicated to ensuring that children become the number-one priority of state lawmakers and decision-makers and that every child in Florida gets a full chance at the American dream.Jack Levine, special correspondent for GRAND [...]
Editor’s Note: As over seven million children in America are being raised full time by Grandmas and Grandpas and tens of millions more are being cared for daily by their grandparents, we offer this information from the National Center for Learning Disabilities.
Did you know that March is National Reading Month? Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) [...]