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Kids Crafts and Activities

Kiddies DIY: Make Your Own Magnifying Glass

As spring heats up and kids get ready to be outside again and explore, a magnifying glass is a fun way

Kids Health

6 Fun & Easy Exercises to Do with Your Kids

With the alarming (and climbing) rate of childhood obesity in the United States, it's more important than ever that parents model healthy behaviors for their children. Being a fit family doesn't mean you have to drag your kids to the gym or put them on a diet. In fact, living a lifestyle of movement

Parenting Preschoolers

Is Your Child a Natural-Born Liar?

Have you recently caught your little one lying for the first time? Or maybe it’s become a thing now, where your child seems to lying on the regular. You may be starting to wonder if your child is a natural-born liar. Children & Lying: What Research Has to Say As it turns out, learning to lie is an

Kids Health

What Moms Need to Know About Melatonin and Children

Our brain is complex and amazing. It knows when it is time to be awake and when it’s time to be asleep. You might think that the brain determines when to sleep based on when the body runs out of energy or after a certain amount of time has passed; however, sleep is more complicated than that. Sleep

Kids Health

Can Diet Changes Help with ADHD?

When you're living with a child who has attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), you already know that each day has its own challenges and rewards. How you deal with your child's ADHD is a very personal decision. Choosing to medicate or not medicate can be controversial, but no matter which side

Friends and Socializing

Quick & Dirty Tips for Choosing the Best Summer Camp

Summertime, and the pickin’ is easy—for a summer camp, that is. Whether you’re looking for a camp where your child can enjoy outdoor adventure, or one where he or she can play rock ‘n roll music, pickin’ the right one should be stress-free. Yet, many parents are puzzled about which summer camps

Kids Crafts and Activities

6 Indoor Activities That Take the Bore Out of Winter

Keep your kids engaged while indoors this winter with simple, fun activities. These can help make their holidays and every day beyond even brighter! To get started, we picked 6 activities that are easy and quick to put together, and satisfy kids of varied ages. Use these ideas to fill rainy days, chilly

Kids Development

How to Nurture Your Child’s Brain Development

The first three to five years of a child’s life are said to be the most crucial in their mental development. The rate of growth in a child’s brain will never be duplicated like it is in these tender, formative years. A parent’s job of nurturing their child’s growth starts at birth. Here are some

Kids Education

Homework Tips from Real Moms

Tried and True Tips for Homework Struggles

Kids Health

What Moms Need to Know About Melatonin and Children

Our brain is complex and amazing. It knows when it is time to be awake and when it’s time to be asleep. You might think that the brain determines when to sleep based on when the body runs out of energy or after a certain amount of time has passed; however, sleep is more complicated than that. Sleep

Parenting Gradeschool Kids

How to Make Changes in Your Parenting Style

Maybe you are one of the lucky parents who have found a parenting style that works well for you and your kids. More likely though, you are like the rest of us who have to make changes to our parenting style now and then.

Self Esteem and Body Issues

Why Praise is Important for Children

How much praise we give to children is a growing debate in the United States. There are some who say too much praise will give kids a false sense of reality, an inflated ego, or a pride complex. In places like China, praise is so rare it is a cultural taboo. However, withholding praise to children can

Special Needs

4 Things Parents of an ADHD Child Want You to Know

Do you really know what a child with ADHD and his parents are going through?

Sports and Fitness

Secondary Drowning: What it is and Why Every Parent Should Know the Symptoms

Drowning is a leading cause of death among young children, but even if you're vigilant about watching your kids near water, they could still be at risk. Secondary drowning, also known as "dry drowning," is a phenomenon that many parents don't even consider and yet, while rare, its risks are very real.