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Each month, you'll be able to get answers directly from experts covering a wide range of parenting topics. You'll also have a chance to share your own expert tips with other parents. Join the conversation!

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Empowering Emotionally Overwhelmed Kids

by Michelle Bersell

Michelle Bersell, M.A., M.Ed., is a psychotherapist and mother of three who has dedicated her life to the emotional empowerment of women and children. She is leading a discussion on how to empower emotionally overwhelmed kids. Read and Comment »

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Empowering Emotionally Overwhelmed Kids

by Michelle Bersell

Michelle Bersell, M.A., M.Ed., is a psychotherapist and mother of three who has dedicated her life to the emotional empowerment of women and children. She is leading a discussion on how to empower emotionally overwhelmed kids. Read and Comment »

How ARTHUR Can Help Families Stay Healthy and Happy

by Carol Greenwald

Carol Greenwald, Senior Executive Producer of Children's Programs at WGBH Boston, discusses how ARTHUR can help families manage asthma, peanut allergies and other health topics. Read and Comment »

Help Your Family Be in a Better Place: Why You Should Get Your Kids Outside!

by Kathy Waugh and Marisa Wolsky

Kathy Waugh, Creative Producer and Marisa Wolsky, Executive Producer, WGBH offer tips to get kids interested in nature and the environment. They also discuss their new digital project on PBS KIDS, PLUM LANDING. Read and Comment »

Disconnect to Reconnect with Nature

by Steph Wear

Steph Wear is the lead scientist for the coral reef conservation and a mother of two. She discussing the importance of kids spending time in nature from her perspective as a conservation professional and scientist as well as from her personal experience as a mother.  Read and Comment »

Inspire Curiosity and Independence in Girls with Nature

by Jennifer Klepper

Jennifer Klepper is an ex-corporate attorney turned PTO president, volunteer child advocate and Cwist contributor. She is leading a discussion on inspriring curiosity and independence in girls with nature. Read and Comment »

How to Talk to Kids (And Parents) About Disability

by Amy Julia Becker

Noted author, blogger and advocate of Ashoka's Ashoka’s "Start Empathy" Initiative, Amy Julia Becker is leading a discussion on how to talk to kids about disabilities.  Read and Comment »

Helping Kids Cope with Trauma and Stress

by Jamie Howard, PhD

Jamie M. Howard, PhD, is a clinical psychologist specializing in the evaluation and treatment of anxiety and mood disorders in children and adolescents. She is leading a discussion on helping kids cope with trauma and stress. Read and Comment »

Tackle Bullying Issues with Arthur Episodes

by Carol Greenwald, Arthur's Executive Producer

Carol Greenwald is Senior Executive Producer of Children’s Programs at WGBH Boston. She is leading a discussion on how PBS KIDS' show Arthur can help children learn about bullying. Read and Comment »

Using Poetry to Introduce Empathy into Your Child's Life

by Toni Nagy

Toni Nagy runs the popular blog Toni Bologna. She is leading a discussion on using poetry to introduce empathy into a child’s life.  Read and Comment »

How To Lead A Guilt-Free Parenting Lifestyle

by Jill Salzman

Jill Salzman of Ashoka’s “Start Empathy” Initiative, and founder of The Founding Moms is leading a discussion on how to lead a guilt-free parenting lifestyle. Read and Comment »

How to Handle Homework Hassles

by Mary Leonhardt

Mary Leonhardt is an expert author focusing on children's literacy. She is leading a discussion on ways to motivate children to do their homework. Read and Comment »

How to Teach Kids About Race

by Madeleine Rogin

Madeleine Rogin is a teacher, and diversity and inclusion representative at Prospect Sierra School in California. She is leading a discussion on teaching children about race. Read and Comment »

Raising a Positive Child in a Negative World

by Amy Blankson

Amy Blankson is an author, mom, and Good Think Inc. COO. She is leading a discussion on raising positive children in a negative world. Read and Comment »

Teaching Children to Have Integrity

by Mary O’Donohue

Mary O'Donohue is a best-selling author and spokesperson for Ashoka's Start Empathy campaign. She is leading a discussion on teaching children to have integrity. Read and Comment »

A Recipe for Raising Great Writers

by Mary Leonhardt

Mary Leonhardt is an expert author focusing on children's literacy. She is leading a discussion on ways to inspire children to love writing. Read and Comment »

What to Ask Before Buying Tech Tools for Kids

by Devorah Heitner

Devorah Heitner is an experienced speaker, workshop leader and consultant on the digital lives of kids. She is currently leading a discussion about what to consider before buying tech tools for kids. Read and Comment »

Raising a Truthful Child

by Paul Ekman, Ph.D.

Paul Ekman is an award-winning psychologist, author and public speaker who specializes in studying emotions, expressions and deceit. He is leading a discussion on raising truthful kids. Read and Comment »

Warm Up Together: Encouraging Outdoor Activity During the Winter

by Rebecca P. Cohen

Rebecca P. Cohen is a gardening and outdoor lifestyle expert and author of "15 Minutes Outside: 365 Ways to Get Out of the House and Connect with Your Kids". She is leading a discussion on inspiring and inexpensive ways to stay healthy and spend time with your kids outside during the winter. Read and Comment »

Your Baby's Brain: How Parents Can Help Children Reach Their Potential Brain Power

by JoAnn Deak, Ph.D.

JoAnn Deak, Ph.D. is author of Your Fantastic, Elastic Brain. She's leading a discussion about helping children reach their potential brain power.  Read and Comment »

Building Confidence in Girls

by Molly Barker

Molly Barker discusses ways to build confidence in girls as she's learned from founding the non-profit organization, Girls on the Run International. Read and Comment »

Helping Adopted Children Find Their Identities

by Chris Winston with Deann Borshay Liem

Chris Winston is the founder and former president of the Korean American Adoptee Adoptive Family Network. Read her thoughts on adoptive families' relationships with their children's culture of origin. Read and Comment »

Boys' and Girls' Brains: What's the Difference?

by David Walsh, Ph.D.

David Walsh, Ph.D. is author of Smart Parenting, Smarter Kids. He's leading a discussion about the differences between boys' and girls' brains. Read and Comment »

Welcome to Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood!

by Angela Santomero

Angela Santomero is the creator and producer of Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. She is leading a discussion on the development of the show and the impact she hopes it has on kids everywhere. Read and Comment »

Save Money with an Eco-Friendly Approach to School Supplies

by Diane MacEachern

Diane MacEachern is the author of Big Green Purse: Use Your Spending Power to Create a Cleaner, Greener World. She is leading a discussion about how to save money and keep kids safe with green school supplies. Read and Comment »

Is It Ever Safe to Leave Your Child Alone?

by Lenore Skenazy

Lenore Skenazy is the author of Free-Range Kids and a speaker on child safety. She's discussing how parents are pressured to fear leaving their children alone -- even for a few seconds.  Read and Comment »

Traveling With Children: Are You Having Fun Yet?

by Laurel Smith

Laurel Smith writes about traveling with children on her website, MomsMinivan.com. She's leading a discussion about ways to keep your children happy and their parents sane during the summer travel season. Read and Comment »

Boys and Summer Reading

by Jen Robinson

Following up on her summer reading Q&A, children's book enthusiast Jen Robinson is offering tips on getting boys into books. Ask her a question. Read and Comment »

Managing Feelings That Arise When Children Have Restricted Diets

by Susan Weissman

Author Susan Weissman is leading a discussion on coping with food allergies and how families can manage the emotional side of restricted diets. Read and Comment »

Feed Your Kids' Creative Spark with Engineering

by Nate Ball

Nate Ball, host of PBS KIDS' Design Squad, is an inventor, entrepreneur, athlete and musician. He is leading a discussion on how to encourage children to explore the world of engineering in order to help them develop lifelong skills. Read and Comment »

Raise a Lifelong Reader by Reading Aloud

by Pam Allyn

Pam Allyn is the Executive Director of LitLife and LitWorld. She is leading a discussion on how reading aloud with children helps them build a love of reading and a strong foundation of literacy skills. Read and Comment »

How to Help Children with Science Projects Without Doing It for Them

by Courtney Corda

"Science Mom" Courtney Corda is the Vice President of Science Buddies. She is leading a discussion on how to help children prepare for science fairs in appropriate ways.  Read and Comment »

Sharing the Power of Poetry with Your Child

by J. Patrick Lewis

J. Patrick Lewis is the current U.S. Children’s Poet Laureate (2011-2013). He is leading a discussion on the benefits of exposing children to different types of poetry on a regular basis. Read and Comment »

Getting Your Kids to Plug into Nature

by Diane MacEachern

Diane MacEachern is the author of Big Green Purse: Use Your Spending Power to Create a Cleaner, Greener World. She is leading a discussion on the benefits of getting kids outdoors on a regular basis. Read and Comment »

Nurturing Sibling Relationships

by Suzy Martyn

Wondering why your kids can't just get along? Author and consultant Suzy Martyn feels your pain! Get her tips for building a positive relationship between siblings.  Read and Comment »

Celebrating Black History All Year Long!

by Cheryl Willis Hudson

Cheryl Willis Hudson is an author and publisher of children's Black-interest books, including My Friend Maya Loves to Dance, From Where I Stand, Hands Can and AFRO-BETS 123 BookRead and Comment »

Forming a Love of Family History

by Henry Louis Gates, Jr.

Henry Louis Gates, Jr., host and producer of the African American Lives series on PBS, offered tips and advice on how to help children discover their family history.  Read and Comment »

Reaping the Many Benefits of Family Dinners

by Anne Fishel, Ph.D.

Anne Fishel Ph.D. speaks, consults, and publishes widely on a range of issues to do with families and couples. Join her discussion on the importance of eating together as a family.  Read and Comment »

Inspiring Kids to Love Their Differences

by Karen Walrond

Karen Walrond is a photographer, author and parent. She's discussing what parents can do to help their kids celebrate the things that make them different from others. Read and Comment »

Serving Up Spoonfuls of Gratitude

by Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons

Authors Nina Lesowitz and Mary Beth Sammons offered advice on how to make gratitude part of your family's life--just in time for the holiday season! Read and Comment »

How Parents Can Navigate Their Finances During the Holidays

by Harrine Freeman

Harrine Freeman, a personal finance expert, discusses strategies to help parents keep their finances in check during the holidays. Read and Comment »

Reclaiming the Holidays

by Allison Cook and Renée Shade

Allison Cook and Renée Shade of The Story of Stuff Project are leading a discussion about how families can make the holidays about what's important and less about Stuff.  Read and Comment »

Getting Kids to Try New and Healthy Foods

by Sarah Krieger, MPH, RD, LD

Sarah Krieger is the developer and lead instructor of the Fit4AllKids Weight Management and Fitness for Families program. She offers ideas on encouraging kids to try new and healthy foods. Read and Comment »

Helping at School When Volunteering Isn't an Option

by Ann Barbour

Ann Barbour is a professor of early childhood education. She's leading a discussion on how parents with busy schedules can help out at their children's schools. Read and Comment »

Steps to Stepfamily Success

by Gloria Lintermans

Gloria Lintermans is the author of The Secrets to Stepfamily Success: Revolutionary Tools to Create a Blended Family of Support and Respect. She's debunking popular myths about stepparenting. Read and Comment »

Learning Spanish Through Everyday Activities

by Mariana Swick

Mariana Swick, a bilingual educator, discusses how to help kids learn Spanish through arts & crafts, music and other daily activities. She's taking questions, too. Read and Comment »

Inspiring Kids to Go Green at School

by Diane MacEachern

Diane MacEachern is the author of Big Green Purse: Use Your Spending Power to Create a Cleaner, Greener World. She is leading a discussion about how to inspire your kids to go green at school. Read and Comment »

Helping Children Prepare for Kindergarten

by Ann Barbour

Ann Barbour is a professor of early childhood education. See her tips and advice for preparing children for kindergarten. Read and Comment »

Saving Money on the Road with Kids

by Laurel Smith

Laurel Smith, founder of the website, MomsMinivan.com, is a former teacher and mother of three. Check out her tips for saving money - and having fun - during family road trips. Read and Comment »

Bringing the Joy of the Garden to Children

by Jamie Durie

Jamie Durie is host of PBS's popular series, The Victory Garden. Take a look at the tips Jamie offered for getting children interested in gardening and the natural world. Read and Comment »

Tips for Encouraging Summer Reading

by Jen Robinson

Blogger and children's book enthusiast Jen Robinson is back for another Q&A! She offers tips to get kids excited about reading and is taking questions. Read and Comment »

Helping Kids Beat Homesickness at Sleep-Away Camp

by Michael Thompson

Boys expert and author Michael Thompson is leading a discussion on how to handle kids' homesickness when away at sleepover camp. He'd love to hear your questions. Read and Comment »

Tuning Kids into Music

by Robert Cutietta

Robert Cutietta is a music educator who specializes in middle-school music education. He is also an author and musician. Robert recently lead a discussion on encouraging a passion for music in children. Read and Comment »

Raising Kids to Be Less Stuff-Centered

by Annie Leonard

Annie Leonard is the author of the book, The Story of Stuff. She's leading a discussion about how to help kids become less obsessed with their stuff. Read and Comment »

Connecting with Your Child Through Play

by Ann Barbour

Ann Barbour is a professor of childhood education. She is discussing the benefits of playing with your child and lists several activities that you can enjoy together. Read and Comment »

Parents Are the Ultimate Game Controller

by Patricia E. Vance

Patricia Vance is president of the Entertainment Software Rating Board and a mother of two. She's leading a discussion on kids' video games and the role they should play in kids' lives. Read and Comment »

Asking Questions is the Key to Parenting in the Digital Age

by Rachel Dretzin

Rachel Dretzin , producer and director of the FRONTLINE documentary Digital Nation, lead a discussion about the challenges facing parents and kids in an age lived increasingly online. Read and Comment »

Rethinking Our Definitions of Literacy

by Nichole Pinkard

Nichole Pinkard is the founder of Digital Youth Network. She is leading a discussion on how digital media is redefining learning. Read and Comment »

Why Do So Many Boys Not Care About School?

by Michael Thompson

Boys expert and author Michael Thompson is leading a discussion on how to motivate boys in school. Read and Comment »

Courage Is a Heart Word (and a Family Affair)

by Brené Brown

Brené Brown is leading a discussion about courage, and how we find it in ourselves and our families. Read and Comment »

Are You Ready for Equally Shared Parenting?

by Amy and Marc Vachon

Marc and Amy Vachon are the authors of Equally Shared Parenting: Rewriting the Rules for a New Generation of Parents. They are leading a discussion about sharing the tasks of parenting. Read and Comment »

Preschoolers and Play in the Digital Age

by By Anne Fishel, Ph.D and Tristan Gorrindo, MD

Anne Fishel, Ph.D and Tristan Gorrindo, MD are leading a discussion about the role of digital play in children's lives. Read and Comment »

How Every Child Can Grow Up Global

by Homa Tavangar

Homa Tavangar is the author of Growing Up Global, she's leading a discussion on how children can become global citizens. Read and Comment »

Helping to Prevent Summer Reading Loss

by Julie M. Wood, Ed.D.

Julie Wood, an educational consultant, is leading a discussion about how to keep kids interested in reading during the summer months. Read and Comment »

Managing Summer Movie Mania

by Sandie Angulo Chen

With the start of summer comes a burning desire to fill the days with air-conditioned entertainment, sending movie attendance soaring. And who can blame families? Some of my favorite memories of summer involve seeing the season's biggest and best movie... Read and Comment »

Passing on Perfection: Why Good Enough Is Great

by René Syler

René Syler is the author of Good Enough Mother: The Perfectly Imperfect Book of Parenting. She's leading a discussion about how to avoid letting perfectionism get in the way of your parenting. Read and Comment »

Why Parents Don't Need to Have All the Answers

by Kimberly Brenneman

They say that knowledge is power. I'd suggest that recognizing when you don't know something is pretty important, too, and knowing how to find out is where the real power lies. In our ever-changing world, with more and more information... Read and Comment »

Raising a Free-Range Kid

by Lenore Skenazy

Lenore Skenazy is a mother of two and the founder of Free-Range Kids. She's discussing how irrational fears keep parents from letting their kids truly embrace life. Read and Comment »

The Myth of the BFF

by Rachel Simmons

Author and researcher Rachel Simmons is the host of the new PBS program, A Girl's Life. She's leading a discussion about the myth of the BFF. Make a comment or ask a question now. Read and Comment »

How Parents Can Simplify the Holidays

by Katrina Kenison

Katrina Kenison is leading a discussion about how families can turn the holidays into an opportunity for connection, rather than a series of obligations. Read and Comment »

Dinosaurs and Trains? Say What?

by Dr. Scott Sampson

Dr. Scott Sampson is a featured expert on Dinosaur Train and is leading a discussion on how to engage kids' interest in dinosaurs to show them the wonders of the natural world. Read and Comment »

Dad, Can I Help You...Cook?

by David Grotto, RD, LDN

David W. Grotto, RD, LDN is a member of the Produce for Kids advisory board. He is discussing how dads can cook with their kids in a fun and healthy way. Read and Comment »

Getting Healthy, Homemade Dinners on the Table While Preserving Your Sanity

by Aviva Goldfarb

Aviva Goldfarb, of The Six O'Clock Scramble, is leading a discussion about how to prepare quick and nutritious dinners for kids. Ask a question or make a comment now! Read and Comment »

The Start of School Can Be a Nightmare

by Devra Renner and Aviva Pflock

Devra Renner and Aviva Pflock of Parentopia.com are discussing back-to-school panic and the things that keep parents up at night. Read and Comment »

Getting Your Child Ready for Camp

by Bob Ditter, M.Ed., LCSW

Bob Ditter is a clinical social worker and psychotherapist who has worked with children's summer camps since 1982. He is leading a discussion on getting kids read for camp. Read and Comment »

Planning for Summer Child Care

by Sheila Marcelo

Sheila Marcelo is the founder and CEO of Care.com. She is leading a discussion about making plans for summer child care. Read and Comment »

Exploring the Concerns of Adoptive Parents

by Michael Thompson, Ph.D

Author and child psychologist Michael Thompson is leading a discussion on the challenges that face adoptive parents. Ask a question or share your thoughts. Read and Comment »

Why Little Kids are the "Big Idea" Behind Sid the Science Kid

by Halle Stanford

Halle Stanford is the executive producer of Sid the Science Kid on PBS KIDS. She's discussing how children's affinity for discovery and exploration lead to the creation of Sid the Science KidRead and Comment »

How to Raise a "Wild" Child and Why You Should!

by Alan Fortescue

Alan Fortescue is the Director of Education for Earthwatch Institute. As a follow up to his recent Q & A, he's discussing how to engage children in nature and why it's important. Read and Comment »

Raising Environmentally Conscious Kids

by Alan Fortescue

Alan Fortescue is the Director of Education for Earthwatch Institute. He's discussing ways to encourage children to be good stewards of the environment. Read and Comment »

What Kids Can Learn from the New First Family

by William B. Harvey

William B. Harvey is an expert on diversity. His research has focused primarily on the cultural and social factors that affect underserved populations. He is taking questions on what having an African American first family means for all children. Read and Comment »

Teaching Children About Diversity

by Christopher J. Metzler, Ph.D.

Dr. Christopher J. Metzler is a leading authority on issues of diversity and inclusion. He is taking questions regarding how to raise children who appreciate and respect other people's differences. Read and Comment »

The Number One Question About Boys

by Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson, Ph.D. is a consultant, author and psychologist specializing in children and families. He coauthored the New York Times bestseller, Raising Cain: Protecting the Emotional Life of Boys, and, most recently, It's a Boy! Your Son's Development from Birth to EighteenRead and Comment »

Protecting Children from a Sexualized Childhood

by Diane Levin

Diane Levin, professor and author or co-author of seven books, is providing advice on how parents can protect their children from harmful images and messages in media and pop culture. Read and Comment »

Give Your Child a Manners Makeover

by Cindy Post Senning

Cindy Post Senning, Ed.D. is Emily Post's great-granddaughter and an expert on children and manners. Read and Comment »

"Mean Girls" in Kindergarten

by Jane Katch

Jane Katch is an author, teacher and advisor for the PBS Parents guide to Raising and Understanding Girls. She's discussing the social lives of kindergarten-aged girls. Read and Comment »

Moving Beyond "Mean Girls"

by Lyn Mikel Brown

Lyn Mikel Brown is an author and expert on girls' social and psychological development. She's discussing the "mean girls" phenomenon and how girls can move past it. Read and Comment »

Getting Your Kids to Click with Photography

by Tracey Clark

Tracey Clark, photographer, mom and blogger, is discussing how you can help your kids see the world through the lens of photography.  Read and Comment »

Five Great Family Nutrition Habits

by Melinda Johnson

Melinda Johnson is a nutrition expert and mom of two boys. She's leading a discussion about great family habits that encourage great nutrition. Read and Comment »

Instilling a Love of Words in Your Child

by Julie Wood

Julie Wood is a literacy expert and an educational consultant. She is also an advisor for the upcoming PBS KIDS Island. She's leading a discussion on how you can encourage kids to love words and become lifelong readers. Read and Comment »

Is Your Child as Gentle as a Lamb? As Stubborn as an Ox?

by Donna Friedman Meir & Tara Sorenson

Donna Friedman Meir and Tara Sorensen, producers of "Mama Mirabelle's Home Movies," are discussing what kids and parents can learn about themselves from the animal world. Read and Comment »

Teaching Kids to Protect the Environment and Their Health

by Mitchell Kriegman

Mitchell Kriegman, creator of PBS KIDS' "It's a Big Big World," is leading a discussion about how we can encourage children to lead the fight for our environment and their health. Read and Comment »

Ditch the Guilt and Raise Happier Kids

by Devra Renner and Aviva Pflock

Devra Renner and Aviva Pflock are leading a discussion of how to reduce parenting guilt and find the fun in parenting. Ask a question and share your ideas! Read and Comment »

The Power and Wonder of Children's Books

by Jen Robinson

Children's book enthusiast and blogger Jen Robinson is answering questions and joining in a discussion about getting kids excited about books, great titles that kids will love, and why children's books don't have to be just for children. Read and Comment »

Holiday Crafts for the Busy Parent

by Kathy Cano-Murillo

Popular craft blogger Kathy Cano-Murillo, also known as Crafty Chica, has busy parents in mind with her easy holiday craft ideas. And as a mom of two, she shares her tricks and tips for crafting with kids. Read and Comment »

Building Kids' Vocabulary Skills with WordGirl

by Dorothea Gillim

When I created WordGirl, I thought "Wouldn't it be cool if eloquence were a superpower, just like super speed and super strength? And wouldn't it be cool if this superhero came in the form of a 10-year-old girl?" Read and Comment »

Good Nutrition, Right from the Start

by Connie Evers, MS, RD

As parents, we know that good nutrition is essential for our children's growth and development, but sometimes there is a disconnect between what we know and what we do. Try these easy "food rules" that promote healthy eating habits in children. Read and Comment »

Meet the Creators of SUPER WHY

by Angela Santomero and Samantha Freeman

The creators of PBS KIDS' new program, SUPER WHY, took your questions about motivating young readers and how four fairytale superheroes can help build a love of books in kids. Read and Comment »

Back-to-School Math Skills

by Frances Nankin and Carey Bolster

School is just around the corner, and our experts from Cyberchase offered ideas on how to get your kids excited and motivated about math. Read and Comment »

What Kids are Really Doing Online

by Anastasia Goodstein

Anastasia Goodstein is the author of Totally Wired. She answered questions about what kids do with their online time. Read and Comment »

Preparing Children for School

by Ann Barbour

Ann Barbour, a child development expert and advisor to the award-winning daily PBS series A Place of Our Own, took questions about what parents and caregivers can do to prepare preschoolers for school. Read and Comment »

Connecting Kids to Nature

by Richard Louv

Author Richard Louv took your questions about how to connect children to nature to benefit both their health and the environment. Read and Comment »

Cyberchase: Know Your Dough! Helping Kids with Money Skills

by Carey Bolster and Frances Nankin

Cyberchase Experts Frances Nankin and Carey Bolster took questions about how to introduce kids to the mathematics of money. Read and Comment »

Children's Friendships

by Lawrence Cohen, Ph.D.

Lawrence Cohen took questions about the ups and downs of children's friendships.  Read and Comment »

Raising and Understanding Boys

by Michael Thompson

Michael Thompson, senior advisor to the PBS Parents Guide to Understanding and Raising Boys, took your questions about the issues facing boys today and how parents can understand what our sons are going through. Read and Comment »

Super Cyberchase Science

by Frances Nankin & Michael Templeton

Does your child love math or science or both? Do you want to know how to support this interest? Cyberchase experts Michael Templeton and Frances Nankin took questions about nurturing kids' interest in science with math. Read and Comment »

Sharing Everyday Math Experiences With Kids

by Carey Bolster and Frances Nankin

Cyberchase math experts Carey Bolster and Frances Nankin took questions about encouraging children to use math in their everyday lives. Read and Comment »

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