Helping Your Kids Deal With College Rejections
Receiving a college rejection letter is never fun, but it doesn't signify the end of your child's future. It's simply a new turn in the road that can lead to something un...
Talking to Kids About Death, Loss, and Tragedy
Tragedy and death can be confusing to kids and teens. Many parents want to guide their children through this tough time, but aren't sure where to start.
Life 101: 6 Skills every Teen Needs
When kids enter high school, it is good to decide what skills and responsibilities parents want them to handle by graduation. Try these six basic, yet essential skills.
How to Talk to Your Kids About Safe Driving
Thinking of your teenagers on the road can be scary. But if you prepare them well, you'll feel more comfortable letting the kids take the keys.
IEPs: Independent Education Plans
Some students need even more special attention, which is where independent education plans (IEPs) appear. What exactly are IEPs, and who benefits from them?
Babies and Car Safety: 5 Things to Know
Car seats are crucial for protecting your child in the event of an accident. Here are 5 things to review to make sure you're keeping your baby safe in the car.
4 Tips for Scheduling School Activities
From daily drop off and pick up to weekly after school activities, it seems like you're always running during the school year. Here are some tips to help you stay organiz...
5 Reasons to Give your Kids an Allowance
To learn to ride a bike, you need a bike. And to learn to manage money, you need a little money.
Back to School: Pack a Lunch
Here are 5 reasons to pack a lunch and 5 well rounded lunches to get you started!
5 Items You Need for Childproofing Your Home
There are a few essential products for childproofing your home that are inexpensive, easy to use, and will save you a lot of trouble (not to mention a few boo-boos)