For those who really get into Halloween and DIY haunts, it’s never too early to start working on costumes, props, and decorations. In fact, for the truly hardcore, last Nov 1st was when preparations for this year’s Halloween began.
But for those of... Read More
New published science and the screening of at-risk children before they receive any vaccines may provide a middle ground between the “all or nothing” positions of the two warring sides of the vaccine-autism debate, according to one of the leading... Read More
By Carol Tuttle, author of The Child Whisperer
You want to be a happy parent—but your countless responsibilities make this goal challenging! Don’t lose hope just yet. I have a list of 15 things that keep you from happy parenting. Read through... Read More
The average child age 8 and under in the United States uses more than three personal tech devices—such as a tablet, smartphone, or video game console—at home, according to a new poll of parents conducted by the American Speech-Language-Hearing... Read More
Whether you’re embarking on a long trip by car, taking a flight to an exotic destination, experiencing a fun ocean voyage or simply enjoying a sunny day at the beach, an unexpected problem in your mouth can become a major dilemma.
What happens if you... Read More
The Jim Henson Company, an established leader in family entertainment for over 60 years, is developing a new live-action puppet preschool series based on Slumberkins, a leading educational children’s brand working to teach positive social-... Read More
A new study of parents has discovered that most kids in America are not learning basic personal finance skills at home or at school. The study, conducted by BusyKid, found only 33% of parents said their kids learn about personal finance in schools,... Read More
A sharp spike in vaping and the use of e-cigarettes by students has grabbed the attention of the US Food and Drug Administration.
The rapid spread of the fad was flagged in a 2016 report from the US surgeon general. It cited a 900% increase in... Read More
When my son was diagnosed with ADHD at age 6, I was almost relieved. It confirmed what my husband and I had suspected all along, and pushed us to finally address his issues.
My son had the opposite reaction when I told him. He burst into tears and... Read More
Americans have been slow to embrace 529 college savings plans, which were introduced in the mid-1990s.
A 529 plan offers tax advantages and the promise of growing your savings through investment returns.
But the plans also have downsides, which... Read More
How many of us have had the joy of being told that science project, you know…the one with the flour plaster volcanoes…is actually due tomorrow? Yes, your child knew when it was due three weeks ago and even mentioned it once to you in passing, but... Read More
Much of the discussion about education focuses on the K-12 years, but some early childhood education experts suggest serious learning can start even earlier and pay dividends for the child in years to come.
“Young children have the capacity at a very... Read More
Each year in the United States, more than 2,200 children – or six kids a day – die from an injury in the home. Learn what parents are concerned about and what they do ̶ or don’t do ̶ to keep kids safe in the home.
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