Fall is perfect for making time for fun before the busy holiday season – go for a fall picnic, visit your local orchard or pumpkin patch, and take advantage of all the flavors fall has to offer.
The pressure from companies and the kids to buy new Halloween apparel and accessories year after year can be emotionally exhausting, making us feel like we are bad parents if we don’t spring for the newest released shiny objects.
If you’ve “failed” to read to your kids, begin today. In short order you’ll find you enjoy reading together as much as your children do.
Now that the new school year has begun, parents should review their school’s code of student conduct (or student handbook) to learn their school’s plan to safeguard student safety and learning, keep students in school, and ensure that discipline is administered fairly and equitably.
When it comes to creating a healthy lifestyle, some recommendations are fairly simple, such as exercising regularly and eating right.
When a choice comes up, discuss the pros and cons out loud.
Even for families with a moderate household income, keeping expenses down and managing a budget can feel like a job all on its own.
Save the Children urges families and caregivers to talk to their children about the hurricane and take immediate steps to keep them safe.
Explain the importance of freedom of religion and civil rights for your own family and why it's also important for others.
There are so many ways to teach, and you’d be surprised at how well most of them work.