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  • How to raise cultured kids

    How to raise cultured kids

    Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
    Do you long for your child to choose the symphony over SpongeBob and couscous over mac ’n’ cheese? Raising a cultured kid can be easier than you think.
  • How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

    How toddlers' TV time can hurt kindergarten success

    Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
    Toddlers who watch too much television have a more difficult time when they start kindergarten, a new Canadian study suggests.
  • Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

    Kids with autism outperformed others on math test

    Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
    Children with autism and average IQs consistently did better on math tests than non-autistic children in the same IQ range, according to a small new study.
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