Honestly, parents were way more chill decades ago. As kids we hung out under the sun, not always under our parents’ watchful eyes. Is summer the season of supervision, or should we let our kids roam until the streetlights come on?
Your camper-to-be isn’t the only one who needs the rundown on what to expect at overnight camp. We talked to the experts for tips for Mom and Dad, too.
Deputy editor Lisa Van De Geyn speaks to a child psychologist and potty-mouth parents (*raises hand*) to answer this %#$&*@% question.
Got a sore loser or smug winner in the house? These kiddos don’t make great team players and suck the fun out of the game. We asked a coach for pro tips on how to get your crew to play fair.
Tips on how to avoid cyberbullies and stay safe online.
Luckily, there’s a bright side for Debbie Downers.
This kind of outside-the-book thinking is effective in getting tweens engaged (or re-engaged) in reading.
When children – and more often girls – hold themselves to too high a standard, mental health issues can be the result.
Kids begin developing an understanding of romantic love at an early age. From then on, it’s first crushes, first heartaches and first breakups.