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Halloween Party

Ideas for Halloween Party Activities

1 day ago

Halloween is an occasion that is celebrated by billions of people around the world. This is the time of the year when both children and adults go trick or treating in costumes. While these two things are enjoyable, others would still want to do something unique and different. Another way Read more...

Sick Child

Secrets of Children Who Rarely Get Sick

8 day ago

We all know that a child’s immune system isn’t fully developed. Most of the time, children’s immune systems are less efficient fighting different types of viruses. Unfortunately, a lot of parents also take the wrong approach to keep their children protected from sicknesses. The first and most common approach of Read more...

Children Studying

Ways to Make Studying Fun

16 day ago

As parents, one of the biggest problems you face is your child’s lack of motivation to study. This isn’t even your fault since studying can get a bit boring even for adults. Your little ones can look forward to learning as long as it is fun and the key to Read more...

Boy Doing his Homework

Keeping Busy Children Active

23 day ago

We all know that having an active lifestyle should be one of the things we should prioritize. This will keep everyone in the family healthy. However, staying healthy and physically active can be difficult at times. This is especially true with children since it gets more challenging once they go Read more...

Teenagers at School

Strengthening the Bond with Your Teens

29 day ago

When most people find out that they’re going to be parents, they become extremely happy thinking about having a child in their arms. Usually, it becomes difficult to even imagine that they will eventually grow into adults with their own minds. However, these little ones will eventually grow and it Read more...

Children Off to School

Helping Children Adjust to School

36 day ago

For a lot of children, going to school for the very first time is a big deal. Some may be excited – something most parents commonly expect; however, others may start with tears or a stomach ache. Keep in mind that they aren’t faking these just so they can miss Read more...

The American Flag

Teaching Children about Labor Day

43 day ago

Most people think, Labor Day is just another day off from school and work since people have forgotten the true meaning behind this day. For many, it’s nothing more than an excuse to gather family and friends to spend one last day of summer. However, the holiday dates back centuries Read more...

Weight Watching

Reducing the Risk of Obesity in Children

51 day ago

Obesity refers to having an excessive amount of body fat. It is not all about one’s looks because it increases the risks of acquiring other health problems such as diabetes, heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure. When children are obese they have higher chances of acquiring more health problems Read more...

Depressed Child

Things Your Children Can Do Today to Prevent Depression

58 day ago

There are some occasions when we feel down and sad– these may be the times when things don’t go our way. We lose someone close to us, or we get hurt. Just like us, children also experience down turns. However, some people do not only feel sad; they also feel as Read more...

Child Running Cautiously

Teaching Children Mindfulness

64 day ago

Today, the world is so fast-paced that we easily miss the things that are going on around us. Most of us are too caught up in different things to notice what’s happening around us. Some of us distracted by things that happened yesterday, while others are worried about what will Read more...

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