Anxiety is familiar to many of us, yet it isn’t always easy to recognize when a child is feeling anxious. Anxiety goes beyond shyness or nervousness. So how do you know if your child is feeling anxious? And how can you help?
With the new challenges brought on by the school year, we are all trying to stay positive. But when we find ourselves repeating instructions over and over, it may start to feel like praise isn’t enough. Refining your praise technique to be more consistent and strategic can be the difference between empty words and boosting your child’s self-esteem!
Coronavirus has brought about a host of stressors for parents, but few as divisive as placing limits around screen time. It can be quite challenging to know how much screen time is too much, especially these days. As school begins, we’ve compiled some information and tips to help you come up with a plan that’s right for you and your family.
While parenting during a pandemic is stressful, research suggests that the obstacles couples face may feel less insurmountable when you face them as a team. When partners feel supported in their decisions for their children and family, it fosters a greater sense of trust between them. We present some tips for mastering communication.
Mealtime is a mainstay that every other activity in the day revolves around, but that doesn’t mean it has to be the same thing daily. That’s why this week we’re outlining some fun and creative ways to make mealtime and snacks a big part of the day.
Your at-home summer camp is an opportunity for your kids to learn new skills and subjects that they might not otherwise cover in the classroom. Here, we’ve laid out some great educational activities to help your children exercise their brains.