Subscribe to the free KidsGrowth weekly email newsletter by entering your email address below.























  

  

Advertisements:
Advertising links will direct you off of the KidsGrowth Web site. KidsGrowth is neither responsible for nor does it necessarily endorse the privacy practices, content or products of these sites.

Should schools "profile" all students to identify those who may become violent?
Yes: No:

Quick reference medical handouts used by Pediatric offices


Articles

  • "Sex Education" for the 3 to 7 year old child
  • For Teens ONLY:
    Fifty-Five Reasons not to start Smoking!
  • Learning about Exercise Induced Asthma
  • 10 Signs of a Healthy Kindergarten
  • 10 Things I Wish I'd Known About Learning Disabilities
  • 10 Tips for talking with kids about tough issues
  • 25 Ways to Raise Kids Who Love to Learn
  • 30 million children need emergency care each year - They can't all belong to someone else
  • A New medication for the treatment of ADHD
  • A Parent's Response to bullying
  • ADHD and Your School-Aged Child
  • American children not drinking enough milk
  • American Youngsters Yawning Through Class
  • Anger Management Strategies for Kids
  • Answers to questions about ADD/ADHD
  • Are There Benefits to Daycare?
  • Assessing and Managing School-Age Children with Behavioral Problems
  • Attention Child Care Centers! Do not Request Antibiotics!
  • Attention Deficit Disorder (Short Attention Span)
  • Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
  • Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptom Checklist
  • Avoid Heat Related Injuries
  • Back to School Basics
  • Back to School Tips
  • Back to School Tips
    ...from the American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Back to school with Asthma
  • Back to School-- Is the Child Sitting Next to Yours Immunized?
  • Back-to-School Resources on Kidsgrowth.com
  • Backpacks: Keep Your Load Light This School Year
  • Banishing Bullying Behavior
  • Books for Kids about Bullies!
  • Building the right "self" for Life
  • Bully Proofing Our Kids
  • Camp Fears can be Overcome
  • Childcare - How to Find Good Childcare and How to Prepare Yourself for Childcare
  • Children and Limits
  • Children Need Body Mass Checkups!
  • Choosing a Sport for your Child
  • Code of Conduct for Children's Sporting Events
  • Common Characteristics of Learning Disabilities
  • Controling Sibling Rivalry
  • Corporal Punishment in Schools
  • Dads! Get Involved in your Child's Education
  • Dealing with Chronic Kidney Disease - Part 2
  • Dealing with Sibling Rivalry
  • Diagnostic Guidelines for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Does Diet cause Hyperactivity?
  • Does my child have A D D ?
  • Does my child of ADHD?
  • Every kid will get sick. No child escapes!
  • Experts Offer Free Advice About Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • First Grade- Is Your Child Ready?
  • Fit Teens May Be Safer Teens
  • Five Truths about Teen Smoking
  • Forty years later, bullying takes its toll
  • Getting through the School Daze
  • Getting your child ready for kindergarten!
  • Giving Children Medicine at School
  • Growth Milestones - Five Years
  • Growth Milestones - FIVE YEARS
  • He Never Acts This way in School
  • Health and Safety Precautions: A Back to School
  • Health Tips for College Students and their Parents
  • Hearing Damage from Noisy Toys
  • Help Your Child Do Better in School
  • Helpful Hints for your Child's First Day at School
  • Helping Children cope with school challenges
  • Helping Children who are Bullied
  • Helping Create a Positive School Attitude
    10 Timely Tips for School Success
  • Helping Your Child Make The Grade
  • Hot Air Spells Death for Head Lice
  • How Much Do you know about Ritalin
  • How to Have a Good Relationship with Your Child's Teacher
  • How to Tell if a Child is Ready for Kindergarten
  • How Your Home Influences Your Child's Ability to Learn
  • Immunizations and Back to School
  • Include Dental Check Up In Children's Back-To-School Routine
  • Injury Prevention
  • Is your child at risk for an eating disorder (results and resources)
  • Is Your Child Being Retained a Grade in School?
  • Is Your Child Ready for Kindergarten?
  • Is Your Child Ready for School ?
  • Is your child's school safe?
  • Keeping Your Child Substance Free
  • Kids and Sports Injury: Pre-Game Strategies
  • Kids Heed Anti-Smoking Messages From Schools, Parents
  • Lessons Learned from Littleton
  • Little League Lunacy
  • Make Packed Lunches off-limits to Germs
  • Make School a Good Experience
  • Making School Asthma Friendly
  • Making the First Day of School Easier
  • Managing Your Child’s Asthma During the Cold and Flu Season
  • Mastering the Change from Elementary to Middle School
  • More PE Time May Fight Obesity In Girls
  • Narrow down the causes of sudden declining grades in your teen
  • New Survey Reveals Parents’ Reactions to Children who Stutter
  • Nine Ways to Help Your Child Fail
  • No Need for Shame With Head Lice
  • Not Going to School - Separation Anxiety
  • On-Line Data Base of Hate Group Signs and Terms Now Available
  • Our Children: Are They Suffering From Stress?
  • Overcoming Back to School Anxieties
  • Parent's ABC's for Success in School
  • Parenting Behaviors predict problems
  • Parenting Tip of the Week: Opportunities Not To Be Missed
  • Parents and Coaches can save good sportsmanship from extinction
  • Parents! Join the Fight Against Teen Smoking
  • Preparing a child to repeat a grade in School
  • Printable Immunization Information for Parents
  • Promoting Left-Handed Success
  • Promoting Physical Activity and Exercise among Children
  • Psoriasis in Children
  • Put a Stop to Teenage Bullying Behavior
  • Reality Check for High School Seniors
  • Reducing Heat-Rated Injuries in the Child-Athlete
  • Required Immunizations for Starting 7th Grade (Middle School)
  • Required Immunizations for Starting Kindergarten
  • Safe on the School Bus?
  • Safety tips for children as they go to and from school
  • School Bus Injuries Much More Common Than Thought
  • School Bus Safety
  • School Phobia
  • School Safety: How To Help Prevent and Prepare for an Emergency
  • Seven Things you can do if your child cheats.....
  • Six-Point plan for Homework
  • Snacking - Making the Most of It!
  • Soft Drinks in Schools should be restricted
  • Starting School
  • Summer Home Learning Recipies
  • Summer tips for parents and students
  • Sweet Drinks Linked to Preschool Weight
  • Talk to Kids About Disturbing Events
  • Talking to Kids about War and Terrorism
  • Teacher Tips for the Child Who Stutters
  • Teasing and Bullying
  • Teasing and the Short Child
  • Teen Facts
  • Ten Back to School Tips
  • Ten Ways to Help Your Child Fail
  • Test Taking Do's and Don'ts for Parents
  • The First Day of School:
    A Checklist for Parents
  • The Hidden Consequences of College-Age Drinking
  • The Joys of Homeschooling
  • The Real Facts about your Child's IQ
  • Tips for Teens: The Truth About Tobacco
  • Top five causes of missed school in the younger child
  • Warning Signs of a Learning Disability
  • What antibiotic resistance means
  • What is bullying?
  • What Parents can do to Combat Bullying
  • What to Do if You Don't Like the Letters in that Little Piece of Paper Called a Report Card
  • What to do if your child is being bullied
  • What to expect from your preschooler
  • When to send your child back to school
  • When Your Camper Becomes Homesick
  • Wrestling: What Parents and Teens should know
  • You can Save Your Child's Life
  • Your Child's first Day of School
  • Health Information from our Experts

  • My seven year old has a hard time with certain learned skills like cursive writing and telling time. He reacts with statements like...I'm a failure...I can't do it ... while crying and acting disheartened. We talk to him and comfort him, as any parent wo...
  • What is your opinion about sending children to preschool?...
  • My 5 yr old daughter, youngest of three girls, is a constant talker/singer. She hardly ever just sits still, in the car, at the dinner table or in her classroom. She is warned weekly by her Kindergarten teacher, not to talk during class, but to no avail. S...
  • I hate school! There is nothing there that interests me and I have two years until I graduate. I’m not old enough to take the GED but I feel like I’m just wasting my time. The only reason I go now is because I know there aren’t many good jobs out there for...
  • My 11 year old daughter has been feeling very tired and depressed lately. She is not doing well in school. I have been trying to help her with her work but we seem to always end up fighting, or she runs to her room crying. This is her first year at middle...
  • My six-year-old son is having trouble focusing on some types of schoolwork in the classroom. While he is slow in picking up math and is especially poor in organizing himself in his schoolwork, he is often sits by himself doing math and reading exercises ...
  • My 4 year-old son's K-4 teacher recently informed that she was unsure whether she would recommend that he be placed in kindergarten next year. She believes that he is not mature enough for kindergarten, plus she believes he has some speech problems becaus...
  • My 5.5 yr old son was recently tested w/the Wechsler Test for a K-admission exam. He scored an overall rating of 130 (verbal @ 118; performance @133). How accurate is IQ test at this age? He seems to be a happy, "Normal" child to us w/a keen inte...
  • Is it okay to sniff nail polish?...
  • I have a 15 year old daughter, which had an injury to the head when she was 10 months old. She fell out of the bed and received a hair line fracture. Tell me, could this contribute to her having a learning disability. ...
  • My 2 1/2 year old son was recently kicked out of a daycare center for to much aggressive behavior such as pushing and biting. He never bites his older sibling. This would only happen at free time or in a group of over 10+ kids. Do you have any suggestions ...
  • My 7 1/2 yr old son was diagnosed with severe hypothyroidism due to Hashimoto's thyroiditis 3/2000. He is taking Synthroid and he is doing well. However, he has marked changes in his energy and behavior, and research I have done mentions only briefly that ...
  • My 4 yr old daughter doesn't know her alphabet yet. Shouldn't a 4 year old have letter recognition by this age? ...
  • My daughter is seven years old, moving into second grade - What can we do to increase her desire to take more time with projects, therefore do a neater job ? Also, how can we increase her attention span ? At times we will ask her to do things, she begins d...
  • My son will be starting kindergarten in September but will not be five until October. What should I be looking for to know that he is ready? What can I expect him to be able to do?...
  • Our son is 6. He is 47" tall and weighs 65 pounds. Our concern is to get some of his weight off without actually putting him on a "diet". 3 months ago he weighed 57 pounds, so we think he has put on too much weight in a short amount of time. We would like ...
  • What should you do if your 4-year-old already exceeds the "minimum expectations" for kindergarten? How can I help him continue to grow this year while he waits to start school, and then once he's in school, how can I help keep him from becoming bored?...
  • My 2 1/2 year old daughter is an only child and I can not keep her busy enough at home. She loces to be around other kids so I have decided to enroll her in a preschool program 3 days per week, 3 hours each day. Do you think this is a good idea?...
  • My son is scheduled to receive 3 shots at his 5-yr. old checkup next week. How do I best prepare him for this without unduly upsetting him? (He has already heard about the painful shots from his classmates who have already had their 5-yr checkup.) Do I jus...
  • ASPERGER's SYNDROME I teach children with Asperger's Syndrome in middle school and I was wondering if you could recommend some books that would describe art projects to help improve their self-confidence. Thanks...
  • I am a school nurse and have a kindergarden child who is masturbating in class. She does this over her clothes. She does it anytime- middle of class or naptime or anytime. Mom was aware of her doing this and the school has asked her to stop. We want mom to...
  • My three years old daughter has just started to attend nursery class; I have two questions: She has little or no appetite. Is there anything I can suggest to the nursery school to improve her appetite? My second question is that, whenever she go...
  • My best friend and husband have different punishment styles with their18 month old. He spanks the child when she touches something she is not suppose to. The mom removes the object and diverts her daughter's attention to something else. How can they dea...
  • My son is in kindergarten, is taking Methylphenidate (Ritalin), and has recently been acting out more than usual. I just started working a split shift at my job (I work at a day care center which he attends before and after school), 6:30 a.m.-9:00 a.m. and...
  • My daughter is 40 months and has a speech problem at preschool. She doesn't talk to anybody at preschool, only using her head to express yes/no (I.E. nod means 'yes'), but she talks a lot at home and also many complicated sentences. What can I do to her to...
  • Advertisements:
    Advertising links will direct you off of the KidsGrowth Web site. KidsGrowth is neither responsible for
    nor does it necessarily endorse the privacy practices, content or products of these sites.





    | home | contact us | about us |

    | parenting & behavioral | child development | growth milestones |

    | childhood conditions | seesaw | book reviews | Advertise on KidsGrowth


    Copyright © 1999-2014 KG Investments, LLC.

    Usage Policy and Disclaimer and Privacy Policy



    Web Design by Gecko Media