365 Ways To Help Your Child Learn & Achieve

When your child asks a question you can't answer—such as "Why can't I see the wind?"—write it on an index card. When you're by the library, get a book on it or check with the reference librarian to help you, and discover the answer together.

365 Ways To Build Your Child's Self-Esteem

When your son or daughter goes to camp, write small notes for every day, labeled "Day 1," "Day 2," etc., and hide them in his or her suitcase with encouraging words like, "Make a new friend today! Love you, Mom." "I'm thinking of you today. Have a great time swimming. See you Saturday."

365 Ways To Develop Your Child's Values

Respect each family member's right to privacy—bedroom, books, and other possessions.

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