Published On 26/06/2017
Stories abound in today's media about young children in unsafe or scary predicaments. As a parent, I could easily let fear seep in and control what I let my kids do—or not do.
Turning screen time into off-screen learning is easy! Just "translate" the games that your children enjoy into real-life fun (and learning!). Zoe and August are a great example in the video below.
Celebrate National Siblings Day on April 10 by reading picture books with your child that focus on the special bond between siblings.
Believe it or not, in just a few days it will be spring! Now is a great time to spring into action and ask your little ones to help you clean out the house.
The holidays are a wonderful opportunity for children to learn about your family's cultural traditions, as well as those of your friends and neighbors.
We all remember great stories from our childhood or our parents' childhood. Remember the time your dad made a mess in the kitchen? How about how our grandparents came to this country, or when everyone came to watch you in the school play?
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