Parenting is no easy task, and getting a helping hand here and there is always welcome. One sure-fire way to make things a little more stress-free is to introduce smart home technology to your life.
If you think the phenomenon of young people staring like zombies at smartphone screens begins in the teenage years, you’d be mistaken.
This is a full-on musical with clever and exhausting choreography, beautiful musical arrangements for a small on-stage ensemble, and even some panto-inspired moments from a scene-stealing Wicked Witch of the West.
5 reasons why kids misbehave, and why discipline won’t fix them.
Spring has sprung! Time to come out of hibernation and embrace the fresh air. Try ditching these indoor activities for some new outdoor ones.
One of the best parts about TIFF Kids is the ability to see short films from around the world, often with the filmmakers in the room. The collections are always a diverse offering yet adhere to a theme. This year’s Learning from Me program brings together two documentaries and three narrative films under the umbrella of how elders and children can come together to learn and teach each other.
Dr. Leonard Sax thinks so, and it’s time parents take note.
This big-budget Dutch film is a crowd-pleaser and making its Canadian premiere at this year’s TIFF Kids International Film Festival. With more castles and intrigue that you can shake a sword at, Code M was highly entertaining for me and my 11-year-old goddaughter.
ParentsCanada staffers share their Mother’s Day picks.
Any time is a good time to get your kids to clean up their room, but with school, hockey, homework and more it can be hard to fit it in year round. But take some time in the spring to make sure you take care of some real health hazards that may be lurking in their room...