Parents can help kids turn their screen time into learning time by matching activities with TV shows. We get you started below with some fun -- and smart -- ideas.
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School is in full swing, which means that at least one group of sixth graders is about to undergo an enormous, transformative experience.
By Leigh Newman
You've probably got 120 minutes to goof off with the kids. We've got 39 unexpected ways to make every second count.
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