Tag Archives: kids

The Things Parents Can Do To Help Kids With Homework

Set up a spot for homework It’s important to create a spot that’s conducive for learning, but also a spot that is comfortable. It may help if your child has a nice chair that can be pulled into a desk because having good posture is a good thing when doing homework. Make sure the spot is accessible to ...
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Is Your Child Eating Their Lunch?

Ever since 2012, the U.S Department of Agriculture has been working on implementing new rules and changes to help kids to eat healthier. The National School Lunch Program feeds approximately 31 million of kids each day, but that doesn’t mean the kids are eating the lunches. The program strives to help ...
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The Top Rules For Kids Who Have A Phone

No matter if your kid is heading to school with their brand new cell phone or if their already a cell-phone pro, it’s extremely important to make sure everyone is on the same page when it comes to being “cell-phone responsible.” You’re able to monitor kids at home, but when they leave your sight, thei ...

4 Tips for Managing Kids and Money

Kids and money, it is a hard equation for many parents. They question how old a child should be before they get their first credit card or how to keep the family cell phone bills under control. Kids and money will always be a delicate point for any family, but especially today. Here are some ideas to ...

Drug-Testing Kits Help Dialogue For Parents with Kids

A pilot program in West Virginia has been involved with local agencies, which has made it possible to provide parents with free drug-testing kits to prompt the talk of drugs with their kids. This will be affective in the beginning of August, and will offer any parent who will want to prevent substance ...

5 Fun Ways Kids Move

Our kids today are overweight now more than ever, and here are some games that make “getting up and moving” fun. ...
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Talking to Kids About News

It’s our duty as parents to protect our kids from the very bad in the world, but it may not always be possible. Here are some ways to communicate with your kids, especially if they ask you questions that leave you feeling clueless as to how to answer them. Figure out what the question your child is tr ...
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It’s No Big Deal

That phrase has become a mantra for me the last few weeks as I mull over my new-found attitude to parenting. Finding out, that for our little 4- year old, life can be a big deal or no big deal. I suppose I should have seen this coming. After all, when I was growing up my parents would always hesitate ...

3 Great Kids Pet Books

Kids and pets, for many families the two ideas just seem to go together. If your family is just thinking now about adding a pet to the family, you might want to consider these kids pet books. If they already have a pet they adore, all the more reason to love these books. From Dr. Seuss’s fun boo ...