Kids aren't just trying on costumes or different styles of clothes, they're also trying on the roles that go with them.
Easter treasure hunt
Hoping Easter treasure hunt will create treasured memories.
Freeing the spirit
Maybe I am getting old and forgetting what it is like to be a child.
How times have changed toys marketed to girls
Toys designed for girls have morphed drastically. The trend in feminizing and sexualizing toys and brands is very apparent.
Life’s not fair
Choices, fairness, disappointment and things we can't change.
Moon teeth: Milestones for middle-school girls
Children are like sunflowers in August; I turn my head and they seem to have grown taller.
Acting their age
Observing our kids without them knowing gives parents new insight to their capability and maturity.
Doing it for the kids is a done deal for parents
The things we do for our kids. Most recently, the thing had my husband and I careening down an extremely steep, narrow mountain bike trail, bumping over logs, dodging trees, navigating roots and streams and evading bees.
Counting and Matching For Preschoolers (3-5 years of age)
This game is great for counting, matching and number recognition.
Are your kids friends
There are many reasons for division between siblings, some of which originate during their growing up years or are due to factors that no one has any control over.
Turn your kids into happy helpers
Have midnight walks to the kitchen become treacherous journeys complete with landmines and hidden traps?
Amazing Kid: Harnoor Gill
For most, volunteering is a means to an end, either mandated by some higher power or performed during the holiday season when one feels they should give back to their community
Teaching your child about money
About nine out of 10 parents of children aged five to 17, with household income between $15,000 and $75,000
There are a lot of things that come to mind when we hear of someone who is a talented, award-winning athlete as well as an inspirational, self-motivated leader and fundraiser for juvenile diabetes
Benefits of being a Scout
Always playing catch-up to your children’s energy level?
Discover your child’s passion
You have likely heard people described as being “in their element,” but what does that mean? In his recent book, The Element: How finding your passion changes everything, Sir Ken Robinson Ph.D., describes the element as, “The point
Feathers, fins, scales and shells
As kids are enjoying summer vacation, parents might notice their child’s increased interest in pets. From furry to feathered or scaled to finned, PetSmart has the resources to help families select and care for their first pet
Five ways to better communicate with your child
How many of us have set goals for ourselves as parents that all too quickly are forgotten or put aside the first time something doesn’t work out as planned? The following set of principles will help you achieve your goals
Developing creative play
Developing creative play. Balancing the education and entertainment of books, games and toys remains an ongoing interest for parents and at an Indigo Kids Round Table event, expert panelists shared ideas and insights for inspiring learning