The upper elementary years present challenges for kids on the social ladder as they grow and change. Be ready to help your child navigate these choppy waters!
Playgroups and classes offer young children a different type of interaction from that of the home setting. Observation and imitation of peers are key to helping your baby develop her social skills.
Help your toddlers get ready for a new baby’s arrival by teaching them all about their special new roles: Big brothers and sisters!
Moms with small kids eat more calories from saturated fat than women without children says the journal of Pediatrics. Watch out for those “easy to grab a few” traps related to what kids can eat!
I have witnessed first-hand the incredible journeys of children who come to recognize their own power in steering their own destinies.
Get to know camp directors as people through phone conversations, e-mails and a personal visit. Have the director describe the camp’s philosophy and how the staff implements it.
Preschool experts agree: kids are typically able to do more than many of us think. Here’s how you can encourage your youngster.
A local family reflects on their choice to raise their child with more than one language.
Help your child develop the motor skills he needs for handwriting — beginning in babyhood.
The ability to transcend traditional ideas, rules, patterns, relationships, or the like, and to produce something original and useful.
A 2010 poll done by IBM of 1,500 CEOs identified creativity as the No. 1 “leadership competency” of the future.