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Helping Kids Be Less Likely to Be Rejected

Helping Kids Be Less Likely to Be Rejected

Michele Borba January 31, 2016 Comments Off on Helping Kids Be Less Likely to Be Rejected

All children are turned down by friends–even the most popular kids! Researchers found in a study of second and third graders that 26 percent of the time, even the most well-liked children in the

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The Art of Boosting Kid’s Friendship-Making

The Art of Boosting Kid’s Friendship-Making

Michele Borba July 8, 2014 Comments Off on The Art of Boosting Kid’s Friendship-Making

Some kids just seem to make friends easily. They’re invited to birthday parties, attend the sleepovers, are chosen first for teams, and are sought after as everyone’s friend. If we could peek into their

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Friendship Matters: Helping Kids Make and Keep Friends

Friendship Matters: Helping Kids Make and Keep Friends

Michele Borba October 13, 2013 Comments Off on Friendship Matters: Helping Kids Make and Keep Friends

Research-based steps to boost children’s social-emotional learning and help them acquire crucial friendship-making skills to fit in, be less-likely to be excluded and bullied, and more content with life!  Let’s face it, some kids

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The Moving Scene: Helping kids find friends, fit in and make transitions smoother

Michele Borba July 25, 2011 Comments Off on The Moving Scene: Helping kids find friends, fit in and make transitions smoother

Whether your family is moving into the home next door or across the nation that change can be difficult for one and all. Here are ways to make the transition smoother and more positive

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6 Week Parent Check-Up: 4 areas you can’t overlook in school success

Michele Borba October 11, 2010 Comments Off on 6 Week Parent Check-Up: 4 areas you can’t overlook in school success

Four crucial–and sometimes overlooked–areas that affect learning and how to check them to see how your child is doing. Parenting advice and simple tips I shared this morning on the TODAY show to help

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