Category Archives: Practical

Kid Activity: Sand Play


Sand play is fun for any age, either on the playground at the sandbox or at the beach, try out this new activity from The Games Lady! By Barbara Sher, The Games Lady   We know that children pay attention

Teens: Tops tips to prepare for college


Preparing your child to go to college begins before he even fills out the first application. See what our experts are saying about how we can prepare our children for college at any age with these top tips.    By

Technology: Does it deserve our attention?


Does television, cell phones and internet usage have an impact on the lives of our children? See what our experts are saying about technology and our kids!   By Brittany Dyer Growing up, our generation did not have cell phones

Teens: Out of Control

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Is your teen out of control? Start the new year off on the right foot and follow these tips from our expert on how to help manage your teen’s behavior. By Brittany Dyer   In the past, I have talked with

“New Year New You” ideas for your tweens & teens!


New Year’s Resolutions…Most adults make them, but what about teenagers? It’s never too late to start the new year with a resolutions; help your teen get started by making a resolution that sticks! By Brittany Dyer   Start your young

Recipe: Basil & Salmon Spaghetti


Priyam’s Kitchen for Kids has a new recipe for you to try. This week she is sharing with our readers how to make a quick and healthy spaghetti meal that won’t add to your mommy fatigue. ByPriyam Sachdev A shout out

Physical Development: Muscle tone vs muscle strength


One of our experts discusses the differences between muscle tone and muscle strength in your child and what you can do to help them develop physically.  By Karen Beardsley    Have you ever been told that your child has low

Spoiler Alert: How to avoid Spoiled Kid Syndrome


Our experts share their thoughts and tips on how to avoid the “spoiled kid syndrome” when it just seems like the presents and goodies keep on coming. By Brittany Dyer   Picture this: You wake up bright and early Christmas

Kid Christmas Activity: Wrapping Paper Game


Picture this: Everyone has opened their Christmas presents and played with their toys. The living room is strewn with wrapping paper and ribbons, you’ve already eaten, it’s too cold or wet to go outside right now and the natives are

Review: Enchroma Color-blind Correcting Glasses


Instead of more “stuff” this Christmas, consider giving your color-blind child the gift of color with the EnChroma glasses. Learn more about the product with our unbiased review.   By Mark Stanford, MAT Before getting into this review of the