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May 30, 2018

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April 3, 2018

They can be found at the playground, the preschool classroom and the pool. But they can just as easily be spotted on high school football fields and in college dorm rooms.

The helicopter parent.

Hovering, this caregiver can't quite let go. And with good reason. The...

November 27, 2017

Think you should avoid fighting at all costs when your kids are in earshot? Think again! While children shouldn't be exposed to the chronic stress of yelling, screaming, or physical fights in their homes, there are some types of conflict that might actually help your c...

September 29, 2017

"Liar, liar, pants on fire."

It may be a childhood taunt, but are your (adult) pants on fire? You probably impress the importance of honesty in your children, but caregivers are notorious for telling and believing lies themselves. 

These lies seem to creep up y...

January 31, 2017

Family game night is a timeless family activity that is shared across cultures and time.

"Adults and children can spend quality time together while developing good cognitive skills and engaging in family-friendly competition," Angie Kendall, Director of Communication, C...

March 31, 2016

Sharing.

Some kids think it's a dirty word, but parents know better. In today's world, learning to cooperate, work together, and share are important skills for kids to learn. Not only does it help your child as they grow, it can also lead to higher levels of emotional i...

October 7, 2015

Is your child entering kindergarten unprepared?

 

According to local teachers, one in six kids are. And that can lead to problems academically for years.

 

But you can help your child succeed. And it may not be in the way you think. It starts with knowing more about what k...