Elmo Calls is an official Sesame Street app built to help children learn quickly and engage in real life situations. Each video call was developed to help children achieve important milestones while having lots of fun.
Looking to jazz up your youth group? Starting a new group at your church? Here are more than 50 ideas that will make your weekly youth meetings the place to be!
Many women in today's society suffer from Superwoman Syndrome. These women feel the pressure that they have to do it all and do it all well. Some even turn to pill-popping to help keep them going.
Devices and screen time are disconnecting us from our children. Discover three simple ways to reconnect with them.
Music education is highly important for young children, increasing math skills, fine motor coordination, and helping children learn the benefits of perseverance and delayed gratification. Think your child is ready for music lessons? Consider the age of the child, developmental readiness, and time commitment before staring formal instrument lessons!
My father is homeless, and we have no relationship. I wanted to share with you 5 things I want others to know about what it's like.
If you're wondering how to help your child grow up soundly when one of their parents is diagnosed with bipolar disorder, here's advice from an adult-child of a bipolar father.
Learn the rules to some easy and classic card games which are good to play with children. With classics like Snap, Old Maid, Go Fish, Crazy Eights and Rummy, card games are a great way to spend some family time together.
Humans have so much in common with the oceans—much more than we care to admit at times. If you're looking for water, sea, or beach-related names, here's a list of baby names for boys and girls inspired by the ocean.
This article discusses a simple three-step process to help your child when they are suffering from an anxiety attack, as well as the science behind it.
Women who grew up with emotionally absent mothers can feel flat as adults. Because their inner world got ignored as children, they may not know how to nurture it now. By understanding their past, though, they can make peace with it, embrace all their feelings, and say goodbye to the blahs.
Sometimes, we need to take a step back and let our child try to figure things out on their own. The early childhood years will set the stage for your child's future, so don't let them slip by.
Most of us experienced some degree of name-calling when we were kids from our siblings and classmates. What happens to a person's psyche, though, when those hurtful names came from a parent? New research reveals that verbal abuse can be just as damaging as other forms of mistreatment.
Should you pay your children to do chores? What's the appropriate age? This is my personal experience.
I recently found an article in Smithsonian Magazine titled “Simply Smiling Can Actually Reduce Stress” by Joseph Stromberg. It is fascinating and confirmed what I have always believed—that everything is better with a smile. Sometimes it is hard to smile, so here are some tricks I use to get there!
Make the magic of Facebook groups work for you. You can find lots of help from other genealogists, create your own family groups, get photos restored or colorized by volunteers, research in history groups, and contact museums and libraries through this social media platform.