I want my son to play football, but not only for the game.
As more and more competitive soccer clubs in Canada move to adopt a European policy to stop keeping score and focus on skill development, it got us wondering…Whats wrong with a little competition?
Family game night is more than just cheap fun. Playing together helps children’s cognitive and social development.
Family game night is more than just cheap fun. Playing together helps children's cognitive and social development. Do these ones work for anyone in your family?
One mom wonders if schoolyard bans and parental paranoia could have a lasting effect on our children.
In August, ParentsCanada staff headed to SickKids Hospital in Toronto with a truckload of toys to be tested. With smiles on their faces, every kid who attended (and a few who couldn’t make it) took home their favourites. Check out the stellar collection of toys for toddlers, preschool and school-aged children.
Our kids don’t know a world without swipe screens and keyboards. Is that bad?
This year, Adelaide turns six, so she will be old enough to take two classes, like Mary. But this would mean five-and-a-half hours at the studio on Saturday. Instead, we are considering a class or two on a weekday after school.
In order to enjoy one hour of watching Davis play soccer, I have to go through a long checklist.