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    Goals of misbehavior – Part 2: Power

    Published on January 2, 2020

    Why do children misbehave? To communicate? To control? To manipulate? This four-part series will describe the goals of misbehavior, what they mean and how you can effectively respond to them.

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    A youth’s cultural trip to New Orleans

    Published on December 18, 2019

    The United States offers many cultural experiences for youth. Encourage a child you know to learn about our country and all it has to offer culturally.

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    Kindergarten confusion: Can I enroll my child in kindergarten?

    Published on October 1, 2019

    Recent changes to the kindergarten enrollment dates have caused some confusion for parents. Discover what age a child must be to enroll in kindergarten, if districts have waivers available and what you can do to help your child be ready for school.

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    After-school activities: How much is too much?

    Published on September 20, 2019

    Is your child ready to add sports, dance or lessons to their schedule? Are they necessary? Here are tips to help you decide how to schedule your child’s out of school time.

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    4-H Military Family Book Sheets: 'The Invisible String'

    Published on September 12, 2019

    Children’s books provide a way for parents, caregivers and young children to learn about deployment and the many changes that happen by reading about other military families, children or situations that have experienced deployment.

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    4-H Military Family Book Sheets: 'Mommy, You’re My Hero'

    Published on September 12, 2019

    Children’s books provide a way for parents, caregivers and young children to learn about deployment and the many changes that happen by reading about other military families, children or situations that have experienced deployment.

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    Tips for nurturing a child’s love of science

    Published on September 6, 2019

    Children are naturally inquisitive. Adults can help youth nurture their curiosity and budding love of science through programs such as 4-H, which offers easy projects that will engage young people in science.