What do you do when games stop being fun?
Is your child ‘rep’ material? If your family has a young athlete who shows talent and ambition in a given sport, tryouts are part of the game.
Your child wants to walk to school alone, so do you think he or she is ready, and – more importantly – are you?
Here, two moms realize their kids' introverted or extraverted tendencies are different than their own - and learn to embrace them.
How to work with the school if your child is being bullied – and get results.
My daughter often becomes anxious around homework and school issues. What can I do?
I struggle with striking a balance between encouraging them to be independent (do your own laundry, run your own errands, make your own lunch) and not wanting to be unhelpful. After all, if I want them to do ME a favour, I should do them favours sometimes too, right?
Our street is the shape of a capital P, with our house near the bottom of the straight line. One day, I suggested to Mary that she ride around the loop by herself.
Davis has always wanted independence. He’s now eight, but wanted to dress himself and pick his own clothes at three.
Father, author and educator, Michael Reist, shares advice for parents on how to deal with a child they suspect has been bullied and how to approach teachers and school administration about bullying.
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