ParentMap, September 2015 Issue

Published on: August 31, 2015

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In the flurry of preparation that happens as a new school year kicks off, take a quiet moment and peruse our issue (and perhaps sip on something pumpkin-flavored to celebrate fall's arrival). Learn about the flipped classroom, a cutting edge approach to teaching that incorporates tech and is transforming the roles of teachers and students. We also explore the complexities of Common Core and share expert tips on school drop-off drama and juggling baby's sleep schedule with an older sibling's school schedule. 

Also, don't miss our fantastic fall arts roundup and our guide on where to see Pacific Northwest salmon in the wild! Happy fall! 

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Read the entire issue online. And see all of our past issues in the online archives.


Ages & Stages: 

0-2: Juggling a Sibling's School Schedule and Baby's Sleeping Schedule

3-5: Drop-Off Drama

5-11: Beyond Ballet: Unique Global Dance Styles to Try

11-16: Just How Complicated is Common Core?


Dear Reader: Fall Scrambles and Family Growth

Brain Fuel: Parent News, Snack-Sized

Ask the Experts:

How Do I Manage My Child's Access to the Internet When She's at a Friend's House?

I Don't Like My Daughter's Friends


The Flipped Classroom 

Out & About: 

Fantastic Fall Arts: Family Theater, Music and Dance Picks Around Seattle

Where the Wild Fish Are

Someone You Should Know: 

Melinda Johnson: Kajukenbo and Kung Fu Kids Owner, Executive Director of Fight the Fear Campaign 


Why I Became a Soccer Dad



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