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Tips For Teaching Kids Their Colors

Tips For Teaching Kids Their Colors

Want to make sure your child learns his colors? Here are seven ways to make them learn their hues.

February 2014
How To Stop Your Child From Procrastinating

How To Stop Your Child From Procrastinating

Noticed your child has a habit of putting things off? Here are five tips to stop procrastination.

February 2014
Making Your Child's Visit to The Doctor Stress Free

Making Your Child's Visit to The Doctor Stress Free

If your child gets super anxious about going to the doctor's office, try these tips for calming their nerves when it comes time for their next appointment.

February 2014
Using The 'Flipped' Classroom Model In School

Using The 'Flipped' Classroom Model In School

A once suffering Macomb County high school now uses something called the flipped method of teaching, and it's been working. Could it improve other schools?

February 2014
Marvel Comic's New Girl Superhero Kamala Khan

Marvel Comic's New Girl Superhero Kamala Khan

The new 'Ms. Marvel' is the first Muslim character to headline her own comic book, hitting stands in February 2014.

February 2014
Brain Games: Do They Really Make Kids Smarter?

Brain Games: Do They Really Make Kids Smarter?

It sounds like a great idea: a game to exercise the mind. But, do these games pay off and actually increase a child's intelligence? Experts give insights into these games and if they really work.

February 2014
How You Can Boost Your Child's Intelligence

How You Can Boost Your Child's Intelligence

It's not guaranteed that brain games will help boost your child's intelligence, but here are a few things parents can do to help kids stay sharp.

February 2014
Eating Peanuts During Pregnancy Reduces Allergy Risk

Eating Peanuts During Pregnancy Reduces Allergy Risk

Kids of moms who ate peanuts and tree nuts had a lower chance of developing allergies to these foods, a new study says. Could early exposure be a good thing?

February 2014
How the Teen Brain Works: Hardwired to Test Parental Patience

How the Teen Brain Works: Hardwired to Test Parental Patience

Risky behavior, skipping curfew and more – your kid's behavior may be making you crazy, but it's not personal. Turns out, his brain is still developing. Find out what's happening.

February 2014
Meet Drew, Metro Parent February 2014 CoverKid – VIDEO

Meet Drew, Metro Parent February 2014 CoverKid – VIDEO

For our education issue, we got smart with Drew, age 4, of Detroit. He dances, jokes and talks mom snuggles (and spats!) and sports with dad.

February 2014
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