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  • Cerebral Palsy for Parents


    Cerebral palsy (CP) affects a child's muscle tone, movement, and more. This article explains causes, diagnosis, treatment, and coping.

  • Ataxic Cerebral Palsy for Parents


    Kids with ataxic CP have trouble with balance. They may walk with their legs farther apart than other kids. And they can have trouble knowing exactly where something is.

  • Dyskinetic Cerebral Palsy for Parents


    Dyskinetic CP, or athetoid CP, is a type of CP. Kids with dyskinetic CP have trouble controlling muscle movement.

  • Spastic Cerebral Palsy for Parents


    Kids with spastic CP have stiff muscles in the upper part of the body, the lower part, or both.

  • Teacher's Guide: The Five Senses (PreK to Grade 2) for Educators


    You use them every day to get to know and understand the world around you. What are they? Your senses! The five senses - seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, and touching - help us to learn about our surroundings. The following discussion questions and activities will help your students explore their senses - what they are and how they work.

  • Teaching Your Child Self-Control for Parents


    Tantrums and outbursts can rile even the most patient parents. Helping kids learn self-control teaches them how to respond to situations without just acting on impulse.

  • Autism Special Needs Checklist: Teens & Young Adults for Parents


    As your child moves toward adulthood, learn the tools you need to make the transition as smooth as possible. This 6-step checklist can help.

  • Fitness and Your 13- to 18-Year-Old for Parents


    Kids who enjoy exercise tend to stay active throughout their lives. Learn how to encourage fitness in your teen.

  • Reading Milestones for Parents


    This general outline describes the milestones on the road to reading and the ages at which most kids reach them.

  • Bike Safety for Parents


    Bike riding is a great way to get exercise and share time as a family. But there's an important factor that you need to consider - safety.