This article is about how to make history fun for young children and engage both their minds and bodies in learning about the past.
Most preschools have at least one circle time as part of their daily routine. Research, though, shows kids learn more with small group activities, kinesthetic learning, and hands-on exploration. Why then are circle times getting longer and being overused?
If your child is beginning to read chapter books and likes funny books, here is a list of kids' all-time favorites.
Is your young, gifted child interested in quantum physics? This article is about bringing complex science into the home in a child-friendly way.
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.
Seeing a baby locked in a hot car can be a shock. If you've never thought of what you'd do if you were faced with such a situation, this page may help you to be prepared for it.
This article will provide parents of some of the youngest gifted learners with a way to begin teaching American history.
Chemical pregnancies (the term given to a very early miscarriage) are much more common than anyone realizes, yet much confusion surrounds the subject. Read on for clear answers to common questions.
If you're experiencing some strange symptoms before your period is about to start could it mean you're pregnant? Here's six weird symptoms you might have before you get your BFP!
This article examines the research on mothers with personality disorders and their impact on the development of children aged 3 to 7.
If you're looking for a first name that has something to do with the deserts of our planet, then this is the place for you.
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?
Teaching kids who have autism is not an easy task. Many parents struggle and pay lots of money to applied behaviour analysts, but there are also useful games and activities you can do at home. We can teach our kids through play and by creating activities that they'll enjoy.