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Children are not ours to possess or own, but rather to guide into living fearlessly and authentically.
Books with strong stories and inspiring characters can entice children away from e-devices, broaden their horizons and encourage their dreams.
Students in forward-thinking school districts are learning through meditation to relax, focus and stay calm in the face of trying conditions.
Kids in immersive nature schools learn firsthand about the world from the parks and forests they play in, rain or shine.
Parents today increasingly focus on the unique brilliance of their autistic children and build support networks that help them develop life skills.
From hiking to zip lines to camping, there are many enjoyable ways to explore nature all around our country, making the most of activities that appeal to all ages.
Many of today’s youngsters spend eight hours a day looking at a screen, which has serious repercussions on their well-being. Parental limits can help ensure a healthy balance of activities.
By making wise choices starting with diet and exercise, a mom-to-be can claim the gentle, joyous birth she wants for her baby.
We can be truly terrific grandparents when we both adore the grandkids and nurture their parents.
As Earth’s oceans continue to decline with disastrous consequences, youth around the world are joining forces to fight pollution and influence policymakers.
A shocking 43 percent of middle-school students report being targeted by cyberbullies, but actions by students and adults can mute mean-kid attacks.
Simple preventive measures such as xylitol lollipops, teething rings, and not licking a spoon before offering little ones food can prevent painful dental surgery for children.
Adolescent brains are wired for high emotions and thrill-seeking, which is why teens need honesty, trust and calm understanding from the adults in their lives.
Holidays bring out the sweet tooth in us all and clever options make sure that kids and adults don’t go into sugar overload.
When parents understand how to meet their child’s unique needs, children harboring extreme empathy and other emotional sensitivities can accomplish much.
Salt water, lemon juice, honey and sage are some of the low-cost and highly effective ways to treat a child’s painful throat.
Adding an M for music to the three R’s boosts students’ self-confidence and bolsters not only their appreciation of music but also vocabulary and math skills.
We build confidence in our children by encouraging their unique strengths, fostering their dreams, allowing healthy risks and engaging them in community service.
Creativity can be not only nurtured, but taught. When children engage in imaginary play and exploration, they build thinking skills, patience and resiliency.
Cooking is a skill passed along from mother to child, which is why it’s important to spend time in the kitchen teaching our children how to measure, pour and stir.
When a dad is highly involved, the kids turn out to be smarter, more motivated and successful plus less likely to get into trouble.
Booming numbers of both seniors and youngsters offer new opportunities for the two generations to learn from each other.
As the planet warms up, teens and young adults are markedly more concerned about the environment and are educating themselves as they take action.
Up to 70 percent of American children have problems sleeping at night, but some simple steps help them get more shut-eye.