How a creativity course jump-started one mom’s inspiration.
According to the recent ParticipACTION Report Card on Physical Activity for Children and Youth, kids are challenged to find time to play outside. This summer, get the family outside and give the kids some fresh air. Here are some ideas...
Here's how to put the brakes on motion sickness.
What’s the deal with the skin prick test? If your tween is showing signs of an allergy, you may want to have them tested.
Monitor the amount of time your family is spending in front of screens – watching television, using the computer, hypnotized by video games or playing on phones or iPads.
What two words make parents cringe the most? “I’m bored!” It usually comes with a whine and pleading, desperate eyes. Parents know they want to get kids up and active as much as possible in the summer, but sometimes it’s easier said than done. If your idea bucket is empty, these five activities are sure to capture kids’ imaginations and possibly set you up for some much-needed hammock time.
A triathlon consists of three parts: swimming, cycling and running. Modify your race with these ideas.
I recently had my first Centreville experience, and it definitely won’t be my last.
Rewards are agreed upon by parent and child before points are earned.
If your kids like roughhousing, don’t fret. It’s an important part of development.