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
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
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the latest reports for incidence of autism in children are 1 out of every 150. Autism is a severe developmental disorder. Most autistic children look ‘normal’ in appearance but they exhibit behaviors that are puzzling in comparison to children
Perhaps your child hasn't started school yet, but you can tell they value being taught one-on-one; another option is that your child has found the public school system frustrating and poorly suited to their style. Whatever your reason for beginning homeschooling, some simple steps can help you prepare
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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
We all want our kids to be the brightest, smartest, strongest. But what about the most compassionate? Is that on your radar? Should it be? We think so, & we have ideas to help.
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
Do you really know what a child with ADHD and his parents are going through?
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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.