Girls Know How Blog

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While grades and academic achievements may serve as a barometer of a child’s development and growth, academics are only part of the success equation. An early foundation of behavioral skills can set the stage for improved relationships, personal and professional success, and enhanced emotional intelligence.

How many adults do you know who have achieved the dreams they had in childhood? Probably not many. It’s easy for kids to get sidetracked, especially during the tween years when they have to navigate middle school, cope with body changes, and devote time to participating in sports and outside organizations. 
 

Welcome! Girls Know How®, creators of the Girls Know How book series, is excited to share our new blog with you!

Take Our Daughters And Sons To Work Day® April 25 is the perfect day to help kids explore careers.

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” Even the loftiest answers, such as astronaut or brain surgeon, seem possible to a child while dreaming of his or her future according to Ellen Langas, youth career education advocate and author of the Girls Know How® series.