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Win $100 Shopping Spree for Green School Supplies in Inhabitots' Back to School Contest!

By Inhabitots

It's back to school season and this week we're highlighting many different forms of education in Inhabitots' green education series. Click on each link to gain invaluable insight into varying teaching styles. Learn why Waldorf education is a great choice for environmentally conscious parents . Additionally,
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Back to School: Green Gear & Tips to Start the Year Off Right!

By Inhabitots

Most kids started school this week, so we're sharing helpful information to make the transition as smooth as possible . Read our tried and true tips from moms on overcoming common hurdles of back to school blues . When it come to lunchtime, here are 5 great reasons to send a homemade packed lunch to
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Bully-Proof Your Child

Bullying is one of those inevitable facts of life. As much as parents try to eliminate it, schools try to govern it, and politicians try to legislate it, bullying will not ever go away. Why? Because there will always be people in the world who will use cruelty to dominate others. Kids aren't the only
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4 Ways to Get Your Kids to Do Their Homework

If you think long and hard, it's not too difficult to remember what it was like being the same age as your kids are now, right? Well, then you remember exactly what you wanted to do when you got home from school-nothing. Your kids are no different, except that instead of wanting to play ball, hang out
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5 Tips for Supporting Your Child's Learning

By Laura Carlson

You have an extraordinary opportunity to empower your child's education. Whether your child goes to a conventional school or is home-schooled, you can fortify that learning experience. Here are a handful of tips to get you started: 1. Be aware of different approaches. Among the many teaching tactics-one
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Learning Disabilities: What to Do if You Think Your Child Has One

By JustMommies staff

Does your child seem to struggle with homework and school work more than his peers, in spite of being obviously bright and curious? Are you beginning to wonder if he has a learning disability and, if so, what you should do next? Learning disabilities often stem from neurological issues that cause the
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When to Keep a Sick Child Home from School

By JustMommies staff

Picture yourself getting ready for the school day when you hear your child coughing heavily. You then discover that his or her forehead is much warmer than usual. Do you keep your child home, or send him or her to school? There's so much conflicting information available on childhood illnesses and the
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Is Summer Brain Drain a Real Concern?

By JustMommies staff

When school got out for the summer, did you worry that your child might forget part of what was learned during the academic year? Once school is back in session after a free summer, what is the verdict--has your child lost some of the learning milestones he or she had reached the previous year? Summer
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Social Challenges in Grade School: How You Can Help

By JustMommies staff

The elementary school years are crucial to a child’s social development—it’s when he or she finds a “best friend,” learns to play well with other kids, and is exposed to other cultures or religions. Working with others and learning to navigate different social situations at school can be challenging.
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Eco-Friendly Summer Science Experiments for Kids

By Inhabitots

Looking for some clever ways to prevent summer brain drain? We've got plenty of eco-friendly science experiments that are so fun that your kids won't even realize you're trying to school them during the off season. These savvy students discovered that plants won't grow near WiFi routers. See if you come
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