Want a better relationship with your child? Commit to 15 minutes a day.
Get moving, baby! Playful games and activities build important cognitive and motor skills.
Children need the arts to spark imagination and creativity. It’s just a part of life!
Between the ages of 3 – 5, milestones in preschoolers become significant as little ones grow in leaps and bounds and are almost always ready for fun.
Educational initiatives to assure children that learn to read by the third grade abound at the national, state and local levels. It doesn’t take a brain surgeon to realize that reading is the most important educational skill a child can possess. Here are some tips to help raise a reader.
Frustrated by finicky ones at dinnertime? Use these 10 ideas to make it all easier.
When Baby hasn’t said her first words, is it time for concern?
There are lots of ways to stimulate language development in your baby or toddler. Since he spends so much time in the tub, it’s a great place to begin chatting it up!
While friendship are sacred, your are wise to know your kids’ friends and to monitor their friendships from time to time to make sure all is well.
Learning new words can be a good time for the whole family.