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Teaching Your Child to Write His Name

By Nancy Da Silva

When you think your little one is ready, it might be a good time to start turning those scribbles he makes on paper (and the wall when he thinks you’re not looking) into something a little more legible. One of the first things children learn to write is their name. It’s the easiest for them to learn
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Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child Numbers

By JustMommies staff

1. Count items around the house Gather up items around your house such as buttons, pencils, paper clips, etc. Put them in stacks and count them with your child 2.Play Hopscotch Use chalk and draw a hopscotch game outside. Make sure to say the numbers out loud as you play. 3. Play "Go Fish" Play "Go Fish"
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Ten Creative Ways to Teach Your Child the Alphabet

By JustMommies staff

1. Make an Alphabet Book Make your own alphabet book with your kids. You can purchase a blank paper book at an educational supply store or you can make one with construction paper and a three-hole punch. Help your child make a page with each letter. You can have him write the letter or find the letter
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Warning Signs of a Learning Disability

By JustMommies staff

Are you concerned that your child might have a learning disability? A learning disability is a condition that effects how your child reads, does math and processes information. Researchers theorize that learning disabilities are caused by malfunctions in the brain. Having a learning disability is a life-long
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What Can You Do If Your Child Has Trouble Reading?

By JustMommies staff

By Nancy Da Silva Your child dreads reading time at school and runs screaming in the opposite direction if you suggest sitting down and reading a story together. If your child is well past the age where he should be adept at reading and yet still has great difficulty, what could be the reason? More importantly,
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What Is Your Child’s Learning Style?

By Nancy Da Silva

No two children are alike. From their personalities to their likes and dislikes, even though their sense of self is still developing and their personalities aren’t fully formed, they are truly individual. Even kids in the same family can be so vastly different it’s surprising their related at all.
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What steps should I take to prepare my child for the beginning of the school year?

By JustMommies staff

The start of the school year can stir anxieties for both child and parent – particularly if your child is attending school for the first time. There are ways to quell your child’s fears and make sure he’s well-prepared, whether he’s a an eager kindergartener or a more seasoned scholar. Weeks
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