This article discusses tricks for getting your children to love eating vegetables. Preparing them with flavorful ingredients and letting children share ownership in the preparation of vegetables are a few suggested tips.
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!
Achievement comes from within. Even though there are people who teach, motivate, and encourage us in our quest, what we do and what we achieve is up to us. We are in charge of our success. Yet, when it comes to achievement, we’re not all made to do the same things; we are all different.
This article features a list of kids' toys that don't make noise, don't light up and don't annoy mom and dad.
Are you looking for the perfect name for your baby boy? Are you inspired by your Christian faith? Choose from these meaningful names from the Bible, the New Testament, and the Old Testament.
This article provides suggestions of books to read with a baby from newborn to one year. It includes tips on contrast and textures, along with recommendations of the best books from my personal experience.
Feeling bored and frustrated while you're waiting for your due date to arrive (however far into the future that is . . . )? Here are some ideas for staying busy and productive when you're pregnant.
This article features activities in a lesson to help students with vision loss and others manage and organize money.
How to teach children/preschoolers/toddlers about zoo animals before and while attending zoos and aquariums.
Many preschools have at least one circle time as part of their daily routine. Research, though, shows kids learn a lot more with small group activities, kinesthetic learning, and hands-on exploration. Why then are circle times getting longer and being overused?
When choosing a preschool, some parents get impressed by ones that offer academics: a second language, STEM lessons, and handwriting workbooks. However, a long-time teacher says developmentally appropriate practices and free play are what matter most when cultivating independent life-long learners.
Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader is a T.V. show quiz game that can be integrated into your lesson plan at school or even played at home? Children of elementary and even middle school ages can learn a lot of general knowledge topics, helping them turn into well-rounded, educated world citizens.
Are you looking for the perfect name for your beautiful baby girl? Inspired by your Christian faith? Choose from common and unique names from the Bible, the Old Testament, and the New Testament.
Does an epidural stop all of the pain? Does it hurt to get an epidural? Read on to find out my experience of what it really feels like to get an epidural—labor to recovery.
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.