Building a Better Student: Stuck in the Middle

Dante left out a circle of Hell when he wrote Inferno. He imagined only nine areas of suffering, but he forgot about middle school. In an informal survey, the majority of adults looked back and pegged those two or three years as the most miserable time of their lives. I’m with them: seventh grade was […]

Parenting Link Roundup: Early Childhood and Tween Edition

Welcome to the April 26, 2013 edition of parenting link roundup. Early Childhood Mr.CBB presents A Personal Story:Chores and Money Lessons Growing Up | Canadian Budget Binder posted at Canadian Budget Binder, saying, “Teaching children about money is one of the most important things a parent can do for their child. It has the potential […]

Vocabulary is Important in Parenting

I’ve long been fond of the Love and Logic approach to parenting, mainly because of its focus on putting responsibility on children instead of the parents. By that I mean that children get to learn naturally from their mistakes at a young age. One of the keys to success in this approach is for the […]