Engaging children is easy when you know how. It can be difficult at first (believe me I know!) but follow the tips below and you will soon find that engaging with children and keeping their attention has become second...
Even natural toothpastes aimed at toddlers can contain ingredients that you would not want your child to swallow. This article reviews several natural toothpastes, taking a close look at ingredients as well as taste.
Serious Childhood Illnesses: What you need to know RSV, Croup, and Whooping Cough in kids, how to treat them, and how to prevent them.
Learn more about determining what age is appropriate to leave your child home alone and what factors into that determination.
Patterns are all around us and they help children to understand the natural order of every day life. Patterns build math vocabulary and concepts.
Your child has head lice and you can't seem to get rid of it. What do you do? Just live with the little buggers? Here's my tried and true tips on how to get rid of head lice once and for all!
Kids with special needs, such as autism, need a lot of visual support. Behavior charts and calendars can be expensive. Fine free reward charts and visual cues for special-needs children and students.
Fevers are a body's natural method for fighting of viral or bacterial infections. Sometimes, however, it is necessary to lower a fever - a combination of fever reducing medications and natural fever reducers may be used...
101 great words and phrases you can use to avoid cussing! Actually, these are arguably better, more interesting, more creative, and far more insulting than any of those cliche old four letter words.
A painful rash often mistaken for Chickenpox, learn more about this very common, contagious childhood illness, with personal examples