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What to do When Your Child HATES Math

Kids hate math for many different reasons. Some find it too hard, others find it overwhelming, and still others are so bored by it that they can hardly bring themselves to complete their assignments. But whatever the reason, nothing ruins a day (and mom’s nerves) like fighting about math. The constant arguing, whining, and crying…

The Clean Medicine Movement & Children’s Health

As parents, we always strive to give our children the best possible care when they’re suffering from allergies or cold and flu symptoms. However, it’s possible that medicating your child with traditional over-the-counter (OTC) medications could cause more agitation than solution. According to a recent study published in Science Translational Medicine, about 75% of a pill…

Fun Party Drinks for the Kids: Orange Mango Sunrise Spritzer

Here’s another fun drink recipe that kids will enjoy at your next birthday party or family gathering. Remove all of the added sugars and artificial ingredients for this simple-to-make mocktail. Yum Orange Mango Sunrise Spritzer Ingredients1 1/2 oz. grenadine syrup 4 oz. Orange Mango Juice 2-3 oz. club soda Orange slicesInstructionsFill a rocks glass with…

CHITAG YOUNG INVENTOR CHALLENGE NOW ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS FOR ORIGINAL TOY AND GAME CONCEPTS

Following a record year for finalists entering into licensing deals with toy and game industry giants, registration is now open for ChiTAG’s 12th Annual Young Inventor Challenge (YIC). The annual competition provides an opportunity for children ages six to 18 to present original toy and game inventions to industry professionals, the media, and consumers. The…

How to Launch a Business From Your College Dorm Room

College students with an entrepreneurial spirit may be eager for the day they can leave the confines of their cramped dorm rooms, move into a spacious office and launch the business of their dreams. But why wait? “There are plenty of examples of college students who were still living in their dorms when they started…

Financial Literacy: How to Teach Your Kids

Whether you have your own kids or you’re just the cool aunt or uncle, you have the opportunity to act as a role model and teach the children in your lives about a lot of different things. While some of these—like financial literacy, credit and protecting your identity may not seem like fun, they are…

iUniversity Prep: An Online School for Highly Motivated and Engaged Learners

Kidpreneurs represent a unique group. They are kids who have added entrepreneurship to their academic careers. In addition to classwork, they have business meetings, press interviews, product launches and more. Due to their complex schedules and lifestyle, a traditional school setting may not be the best option. CEOKID spoke to Dr. Kaye Rogers, the Director…

What Students Need to Know About Active Shooter Situations

It’s September which means fall is around the corner and schools across the United States are back in session. Kids are excited to be surrounded by old friends, meet new teachers and get involved in school activities. Unfortunately, the start of the new school year also means the possibility of school shootings. Mass shootings are…

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