What does healthy nutrition for kids look like? In this article we discuss how childhood shapes brain development, metabolism, and overall health. And how to give our children a great start.
It's no secret that the home-cooked meal — especially those cooked by parents and their children — is becoming a thing of the past. Last year, less than 60% of dinners were cooked at home. In the face of work and school trips and homecoming games, many parents favor the convenience of carry-out and delivery over cooking at home, especially when it comes to big families. But what if we told you there were a way to cook with your kids and get invaluable benefits for your entire family?
15 great books that you can read to your child or classroom that will help explain special needs to children.
Anyone who’s seen kids on a playground knows that most are naturally physically active and love to move around. But what might not be apparent is that climbing to the top of a slide or swinging from the monkey bars can help lead kids to a lifetime of being active.
All parents have to worry about basic childproofing, but when you have a child on the autism spectrum, there are crucial additional precautions to take. Creating an autism-aware environment isn’t just a way to keep your child safe, it’s about creating an environment your child can thrive in. This guide will discuss the most important modifications to consider in your home, from the bedroom to the kitchen to the common areas.
With up to half of marriages in the U.S. ending in divorce – and rates of divorce higher for subsequent marriages – many children face challenges from their parents’ split that can follow them for a lifetime, including into their own relationships as adults.
Mental illness in children facts.
This guide will help you create a tidier home and the best habits to keep it that way, whether you’re a new parent or have several children already.
Coping with a Child’s Illness While You’re in Recovery: Learn Coping Methods While Going Through This Difficult Time
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Founded June 1, 1999, PTO Today, Inc. has quickly established itself in the center of the parent group world as a valuable resource for parent group leaders and as a reliable connection between those leaders and parent group marketers. With a focus on providing the expertise parent group leaders need and the programs and services that can help those parent group leaders help their schools, PTO Today has built the only connection to all K-8 parent group leaders, regardless of parent group acronym.
How to Get Kids to Eat Great and Love It! Challenges, Consequences and Actions
Helping parents and professional teach toddlers to understand and use language
This family shares how their Sleep Pathologist helped to create a better sleep pattern.
Exercise successfully with limited mobility, illness, or weight problems,
At Todaysparent.com you'll find a parenting community to call your own, with a library of information on all the ages and stages of your growing family, fun tools and features, discussion forums to swap advice with other parents, and contests that give you the chance to win fantastic prizes.
This site has Midwifery in Oregon information as well as distance programs
Your official source for all U.S. government child care information.
The mission of NOYS is to promote youth empowerment and leadership, and build partnerships that save lives, prevent injuries and enhance safe and healthy lifestyles among all youth.
The mission of STANDUP FOR KIDS is to help homeless and street kids. We do this, every day, in cities across America. We carry out our mission through our volunteers who go to the streets in order to find, stabilize and otherwise help homeless and street kids improve their lives.
Taking Children Seriously, TCS, is a worldwide parenting movement and educational philosophy based upon the idea that it is possible and desirable to raise and educate children without either doing anything to them against their will, or making them do anything against their will.
This website has amazing eBooks for fun science projects you can do with your children. Highly recommended!