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Read some articles from back issues of the print edition and supplemental content.

Reading is the Road to Success

<!-- p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Times New Roman'} span.s1 {letter-spacing: 0.0px} -->Reading is the foundation for a child’s education. Without strong reading skills, it’s harder for any child to succeed.

Easy Weeknight Dinners

If you're looking for new ways to entice the family to the table for dinner, then I've got the perfect recipes for you.

Making Family Time a Priority

With soccer practice, piano lessons, friends, homework, tests and more, there are countless activities that compete for time on the family calendar. With thoughtful planning, you can be sure that fun family time gets penciled in, too.

Duck Store's Literary Duck Children's Book Gift Ideas

<strong>Mad Libs</strong> -- Roger Price

It's Peppermint Season!

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Parents Are the Key

Experts agree that parents can help reduce the risk of a crash involving their teen driver. Take the following simple, lifesaving steps:

Shedding the “Entitlement” Cloak - Raising Kids with an Appreciation for Hard Work

These days, the term “entitlement” is becoming rather commonplace.  What exactly is entitlement?  In layman’s terms, it is when someone believes they should be given something they have not put effort into earning or acquiring.  There is definitely an entitlement problem in this country and with each generation the problem seems to grow.

Don't Dine and Dash

Taking the time to sit down to dinner as a family pays big dividends. According to a Columbia University study, kids who eat dinner with their families several times a week do better in school, are less likely to abuse substances, and are more likely to share their concerns with parents. But with all the family activities, how do you balance a healthy, active lifestyle with taking time for those you love?

Tips for Treating a Sick Child

Once the winter months set in, it seems there's always some sort of "bug" going around school. Between colds, flu, strep and other common illnesses, kids are lucky to escape this season without coming down with something. But if they do get sick, what should you do? These tips will help parents and caregivers see kids through the illness and get them back on the way to health.

Sweet Ways to Celebrate the Season

Some people may have visions of sugar plums dancing in their heads during this time of year, but I have other sweet things on my mind. It's such a fun time of year to bake cakes, breads and cookies and share them with friends and family! Here are a few ways you can celebrate the season by baking:
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