Coping With the Back to School Blues: Tips for Students and Families

The beginning of the year brings up a range of feelings for students of all ages. There is the promise of a fresh start: new notebooks, pencils and crayons, different teachers and classmates. Some kids are eager to see old friends they have not seen all summer and catch up on their new experiences. Students [...]

Having Fun and Learning: Affordable Ways to Get Your Kid Started on a Hobby

We are pleased to bring you another guest post from Charles Carpenter at Charles discusses ways to help your child find productive, fun and self-confidence boosting outlets. Thank you, Charles for the helpful resource! ************************ Hobbies are great ways for kids to learn while having fun doing something they really enjoy. Children gain a [...]

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Music And Literacy: How Playing And Listening Can Help Your Child

We are thrilled to present a guest post from Charles Carpenter. Charles created He believes in the power of music and sound as a healing tool. He is based in San Antonio, Texas. Over the years, more and more parents have found the benefits of music education for their children. Not only does learning to [...]

School Supplies: Groups at Cope With School

Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there. I hope you were able to spend an enjoyable and relaxing day with your families. The weather is finally nice in NYC and it is great to spend time on the ball field, in the playground, the zoo and other fun places. School is in its [...]

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