Articles in Family Finances, School Age, Parent Time Out and Technology

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on April 23, 2020
Free Virtual Tours, Classes and Activities for Kids from Places Near and Far
by Nick Szymanis on April 17, 2020
Learn Debate Skills with Debate Camp's New Online Learning Resource
by Nick Szymanis on April 17, 2020
Debate Camp Online provides students with a welcome zone in which to learn and develop skills in parliamentary debate. ... Read full article
by Mira Browne on April 17, 2020
Help! We’re Getting on Each Other’s Nerves
by Mira Browne on April 17, 2020
I’ll admit it. I’ve had a few days in the last month when I’ve lost it. I’ve been stuck in this house with my husband and my two boys. I love them with all my heart, but our togetherness is unrelenting, and there are moments when we’re having conflic... Read full article
by Aaron Crow on April 16, 2020
by Aaron Crow on April 16, 2020
It’s every parent’s job to raise their children to leave home. Whether it’s after high school or college, most children move out of their parents’ home and make a life of their own. ... Read full article
by Andres Almanza on April 15, 2020
Sports Safety & Injury Prevention
by Andres Almanza on April 15, 2020
Since school started in September, many children have been leaving their classrooms for fields, rinks and courts to practice for a sports team. Whether it’s soccer in the fall, hockey in the winter, or tennis in the spring, participating in sports is... Read full article
on April 15, 2020
Google Arts & Culture Allows You to Take Your Kids on a Virtual Tour from Your Couch!
on April 15, 2020
Thanks to Google Arts & Culture, discover the inspirational moments, iconic people, and artistic wonders that are available at the tip of your fingers. ... Read full article
by Malia Jacobson on April 15, 2020
How to Safeguard Children with Special Needs from Bullying
by Malia Jacobson on April 15, 2020
When young Cody joined the peer inclusion preschool at his neighborhood public school, he fit in from the start. His class was a mix of neurotypical “peer mentors” and children with disabilities, including students like Cody with apraxia of speech, a... Read full article
by Sarah Shaffer on April 15, 2020
Commonsense Approach to Kids and Cellphones
by Sarah Shaffer on April 15, 2020
Cellphones are now an integral part of our lives and the lives of the children we love and nurture. The introduction of any new technology or cultural trend is almost always accompanied by fear and warnings that life as we knew it is about to change,... Read full article
by Cheryl Maguire on April 15, 2020
6 Ways Camp Experience Influenced Adults
by Cheryl Maguire on April 15, 2020
How many kids do you think go to camp in the summer? According to the ACA (American Camp Association) website 14 million kids and adults attend camp every summer. Camp is an $18 billion industry. ... Read full article
by Sarah Shaffer on July 12, 2019
Where Have All the Children Gone?
by Sarah Shaffer on July 12, 2019
I worry that there there may be equal cause for alarm in a “silent summer” of backyards devoid of children’s voices. Parents used to have to shoo their kids outdoors to play. Now we hardly know that they are home. And that is not a good thing.... Read full article
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