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Links verified 2/2/2021


1. 7 Important Lessons for Teaching Kids About Credit.

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Teaching kids about credit early will help them build a foundation for responsible budgeting and spending, and help them learn about the financial burdens that can come with misusing credit. Use the printable credit card lessons to discover tips for teaching kids about credit. SEE MORE
 
2. Bibliotherapy.

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Bibliotherapy is the process of using books to help children think about, understand, and work through social and emotional concerns. This page is actually focused on the use of children's books to address behavior problems. SEE MORE
 
3. Family Summer Fun.

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Check out the summer safety tips and safety links. Be sure to check out the sizzling summer recipes.  SEE MORE
 
4. Financial Literacy for Kids to Teach Good Money Habits + Printables.

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This post shares 15 carefully selected games and activities to teach kids of all ages money management best practices to make more confident decisions when it comes to their wallets. SEE MORE
 
5. Financial Literacy for Kids.

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Kids NEED Financial Literacy: Use these Top 4 methods. SEE MORE
 
6. Funding Your Education.

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Provides general information about the U.S. Department of Education's federal student financial aid programs. It is designed for high school students and others considering entering a post secondary school for the first time. SEE MORE
 
7. Getting Ready for College Early.

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A`guidebook to help you and your children understand the steps you need to take during the middle and junior high school years to get ready for college. SEE MORE
 
8. Helpful Tips for Parents and Caregivers of Elementary School Students.

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The Ontario Ministry of Education and Training has prepared the following tips to help caregivers provide a stimulating learning environment outside the classroom. SEE MORE
 
9. How to Create a Learning Environment in the Home.

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"A learning environment is one where we adults show that we ourselves are continuous learners and allow then the kids the space to explore, try new things, and take learning as a fun and daily part of their life". SEE MORE
 
10. Including Your Child.

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All children can succeed with the right supports. And when you are raising a child with special needs, finding the right supports and information can make all the difference in your child's learning and development. SEE MORE
 
11. Kidsource.

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Articles and information that will help you raise your child from 6 to 18 years old. SEE MORE
 
12. Museums and Learning.

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A guide for family visits. SEE MORE
 
13. Parents Guide to the Internet.

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Good introductory on topic; is intended to help parents--regardless of their level of technological know-how--make use of the on-line world as an important educational tool. The guide gives parents an introduction to the Internet and suggests how parents can allow their children to tap into the wonders of the Internet while safeguarding them from its potential hazards. SEE MORE
 
14. Parents Helping Teens.

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How can parents help students make life and work decisions after high school? SEE MORE
 
15. Partnership in Parenting.

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Articles to help you master parenting skills.  SEE MORE
 
16. Pool Safety Tips for Parents.

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Here are some basic swimming safety for kids and tips to ensure their entire family is safe at the pool. Take note, these tips could save you or your loved one’s life. SEE MORE
 
17. Preparing Your Child for College.

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It's never too early to think about college--about the benefits of a college education and about ways to put college within reach academically and financially. Throughout their school years, students make academic and other decisions that affect whether they will be eligible to enter college. You working with others can help your child make these decisions wisely. SEE MORE
 
18. Self Determination.

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Suggestions from the University of Washington to provide an education for students with a wide array of learning styles and accommodation requirements. The opportunity is to create a society that allows everyone to participate and contribute.  SEE MORE
 
19. Students and Financial Literacy.

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By managing how you pay for school and what you spend money on, you can worry less about debt and more about your career come graduation time. SEE MORE
 

 

 

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