If our kids don’t know what happened in the past, how will they ever work towards a better future and ensure that we never go back to those dark times?
In the age of two-day Prime shipping and the instant gratification of eBooks, do people even go to the library to get books anymore?
I find myself in a position where I am left with no other choice but to wear my heart on my sleeve and ask a favor.
The logical adult in me realizes that I should stand and beg the universe to give me the strength to let my children grow.
Sure, you could do what everyone else is doing on their trek to these popular National Parks. Or you could be a little more adventurous.
One of the biggest frustrations parents face is getting their kids motivated to learn. Learning new skills can be frustrating. But there are strategies.
What causes girls to believe this stereotype that boys are innately smarter and how can we change that?
We can help minimize the kickback for our kids by teaching them how to embrace the idea of change with just a few shifts of their mindsets.
One key to a child’s success both socially and behaviorally is the relationship between the teacher and the parents.