You'll score a home run by serving these snack ideas at your child's soccer game, baseball game, softball game, or other sporting activity.
Encouragement and praise can come in many forms, and some ways are better for child development than others.
Appropriate limits and tech alternatives can keep kids from being sucked into the black hole of digital overload.
As the popularity of tablets increases, a new study from Nielsen shows that mobile devices are increasingly valued for their ability to help children learn, improve performance on tests, and engage academically.
By raising a child to respect rules, are you also raising the perfect bullying target?
Often, parents claim the title of head salesperson when their children start a fundraising campaign. But a stack of order forms can be a great opportunity to help your child learn a variety of valuable skills—if you help her to take the lead herself.
Share this heartwarming tale with your child when you tuck him in tonight.
Tooth fairy goofs and other fun stuff celebrating the tooth fairy's visit.
Small talk is an important skill for any connector, regardless of age, to master. Here are five strategies your kids can use to connect with people in any scenario.
Before heading to the movies with your kids, check media review sites for age appropriateness and the lowdown on issues like language, violence, and message.
Bedwetting isn’t always due to problems with the bladder—it may be constipation.
Funny mom Jane is shocked when her 5-year-old son announces, “Momma, I have found my bride!”
Parents play a vital role in kindergarten readiness. Here are some specific—and enjoyable—ways to get your child ready for school.
New apps from Disney include titles such as "Disney Princess," "Winnie the Pooh," "Toy Story," "Beauty and the Beast," "It’s A Small World," and more!
If your child’s behavior seems to change with the winter season, it is time to take notice.