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Video: The Importance of Estimation

Tips to teach your child estimation at home through everyday tasks.

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Video: Science at Home

Tips to help your child develop science skills at home.

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Video: Magazines Make Great Gifts

Learn why magazines make fun and educational gifts.

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Video: Learning Resolutions

The importance of making learning resolutions in your family.

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Video: Home is Your Child's First School

Tips to prepare your child for school and lifelong success.

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Video: Help Your Child Learn Geography

Ways you can help your child learn geography at home.

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Video: Geometry-Not Just for High School

Why children learn geometry most effectively when it is part of their daily lives.

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Video: Encouraging Writing

Teach your child good writing skills.

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Video: Educational Gifts

Break the routine with intelligent toys your child will love.

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Video: Ecology Starts at Home-Part II

Tips to teach your children ecology at home.

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Video: Ecology Starts at Home-Part I

Understand why students need action-oriented ecology lessons at home.

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Video: Curing Our Science Phobia

Find out how to use your home and yard as a science laboratory.

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Video: Children and Money-Part 2

The benefits of linking a weekly allowance to assigned chores.

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Video: Children and Money-Part 1

Learn to build your children's money management skills with a weekly allowance.

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Tips for Parents: Thinking Skills

Tips for developing strong thinking skills in kids.

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Tips for Parents: Magazine Gifts

Why magazines make great gifts for kids.

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Tips for Parents: Holiday Budgets--A Learning Opportunity

Learn how setting up a Christmas budget with the kids can teach them important lessons about credit, saving, and how to find good deals at the store. 

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Tips for Parents: Environmental Education

Understand the ways you can teach your kids about environmental education at home.

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Tips for Parents: Elections for Kids

Get tips for introducing your kids to our nations' democracy and teaching them the elections process.

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Tips for Parents: Attention

Learn ways to help your child focus and increase their attention span.

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The Money Instructor

Useful articles for teaching kids important money management skills.

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Smithosonian Education Resources

Smithosonian Education Resources offers lesson plans, kids activity sheets, student and family activities and more on this free website.  The site is divided into separate areas for teachers, families and students.

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Playful Learning

"Engaging in playful learning experiences with your children requires planning, preparation, flexibility, spontaneity and free, unstructured periods of time in your schedule.  This website has been designed to help families with the first two requirements: planning and preparation.  Incorporating the last three items: flexibility, spontaneity and free, unstructured periods of time into our lives is a process that is worthy of sharing with each other."

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NRDC's Guide to Greener Living

Quick tips on how to save energy on the road and at home, how to save resources at home and at work, easy ways to conserve water, support organic and sustainable farming, and how to invest responsibly and act for the environment.  Also available in Spanish.

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My Wonderful World

"My Wonderful World is a national campaign to give kids the power of global knowledge."  This campaign seeks to increase global awareness through geography.  With a parent action kit, links to other great resources, and "games and cool stuff" for kids. 

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Metropolitan Museum of Art

Visit the Met’s web page to view works of art in both their permanent  and “Now on View” collections.  Kids can check out the “Museum Kids” page for online activities and features like the “Carpet Hunt” where they can learn more about animals hidden in a carpet, or follow Marco Polo’s route. Then visit the Met store for great gift ideas

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Helping Your Child Series

From the U.S. Department of Education Office of Communications and Outreach, these comprehensive guides provide learning activities for parents to do with their children, tips for success, other ways to help, typical child development, and additional resources. Also available in Spanish.

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Hearthsong

This site sells educational games, toys, and puzzles as well as craft, science, art, and music kits.

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