Parenting advice is like opinions – everybody’s got one, but the best ones are data-based.Continue reading
There are many ways to help children who are struggling in school with their homework, but which is the best?Continue reading
A horrible scenario for a parent: your teen took an inappropriate photo of themselves, which intentionally or unintentionally got sent to someone. Children make mistakes, but there are ways to act quickly and correct them.Continue reading
Parents, confused about Twitter? We have your back…Continue reading
Your new neighbors call; they’re looking for a sitter for their toddler and think your daughter would be perfect for the job. You’re flattered and know your child is responsible, but she has never babysat before. How can you help your child is ready?Continue reading
Should adults take a step back, and just let children learn? According to some educators, by trying to actively teach a child, you’re actually hindering learning.
Read more about “kid-Led Learning” – by guest writer Michal Leshem
It can often be difficult to find 1-on-1 time with your child, but doing so doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Even 5 or 10 minutes of quality will allow you to check in and make your child feel special.Continue reading
Transitions are tough for any kid, but especially the one to middle school. Elementary school often provides the security and care that a young child needs. Going to middle school means new people, a different routine, and a very different lifestyle.Continue reading
Rain, snow… the weather not only interferes with your plans, but it can leave you stuck indoors. Rather than turning to Netflix, consider these fun ideas.Continue reading
You are the parent. You wish to build up your child’s self-esteem. Therefore, you look at her latest arts and crafts project and tell her she’s the greatest thing ever to grace this Earth. Moreover, she is the most amazing child ever, the best at everything, the most beautiful, smart, kind and truly awesomest. Can that possibly be wrong?