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When to Worry About Grades [001] You think about grades way more than your teen.  But is there a time you shouldn't?  We explore this in the On Middle Ground podcast episode with Kara Scanlon, educational therapist.  It's a great listen!

When to Worry About Grades [001]

When to Worry About Grades You think about grades way more than your teen. We explore this in the On Middle Ground podcast episode with Kara Scanlon, educational therapist.

Time Management for Tweens and Teens

Time Management for Tweens and Teens- Written with the homeschooler in mind, but great tips that apply to traditional school students as well.

Check out these inspiring books for Christian tweens, designed to help them grow in character and in faith!

Inspiring Books for Christian Tweens from a Christian Teen

Inspiring, quality, age appropriate books can be hard to find. Here are books for Christian tweens, designed to help them grow in faith and in character!

On Middle Ground Podcast is here to provide you with strategies for raising tweens and teens | Math for Middles

Doing the Best We Can Parenting Tweens and Teens [000]

On Middle Ground Podcast is here to provide you with strategies for raising tweens and teens

Fear and anxiety can steal the joy out of every day life. Don't let this happen to your teens. Use the tips to help your teens overcome their fears and anxiety. | embarkonthejourney.com

Don't let fear and anxiety steal their childhood!

Podcasts for Parents of Tweens and Teens #middleschool #parenting

Doing the Best We Can Parenting Tweens and Teens [000]

Podcasts for Parents of Tweens and Teens #middleschool #parenting

“How much is enough time to give to each student? There are students who have behavior problems, academic challenges, IEPS, family problems, those whose parents you need to catch after school or speak with the principal about… Student issues, dealing with emails, and talking with parents are so time consuming. When is it ok to say "enough, I've done all I can and need to move on?”

When is it okay to say you’ve done “enough” for a student?

“How much is enough time to give to each student? To read for when I need to reset my boundaries and my guilt-o-meter

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