It can be a pain in the neck, for sure, but letting your kids do their sartorial thing is a surefire way to boost their confidence, creativity and decision-making
Behavior & Development
Read about raising happy and confident children, improving their concentration, screen time alternatives, navigating school friendships and more in our Behavior & Development section for school-aged kids.
It may be tempting to make our children’s lives easier, but doing so only makes their futures more difficult. Here’s how to stop ourselves.
Children and teens often come home with intense emotions. By understanding why, addressing the basics, and staying stable, we can help them develop emotion regulation.
Having your child be accused of bullying feels both hurtful and frightening. Here are steps you can take to work through this challenge successfully.
Montessori Educator, Christina Clemer, shares 10 life skills to help teach kids independence, self sufficiency and confidence
The best way to help your child avoid the sexting trap is to talk to them about it early and often. Here’s what you should say…
Thinking flexibly about gender benefits our children, both now and in their future. Here are ways to encourage a healthy understanding of gender roles.
We might think that we’re being polite when we insist that our child hug a family member, but it’s one of the many ways in which we trample over our kids’ boundaries. Here’s how to honor them…
Learning to play an instrument at a young age has an astounding range of benefits that can last a lifetime. Here are six reasons to say yes to those sax lessons…
Every home (and classroom) needs a comfort corner where children can take themselves to calm down. Your child will get used to you calming them in this cozy place, and will learn to start using it on their own