Coyote Peterson, animal expert and host of "Brave Wilderness" on how parents can raise their own adventure seeking outdoor enthusiast.
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These seven kid-friendly projects only require a smart phone to turn your kid into a real scientist.
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.
There are ways to handle climate change and natural disaster topics carefully so that our kids don't form a major case of eco-anxiety.
It might be time to focus less on what’s going on in your house every morning and more on what’s going on in your kids’ brains at any given moment.
All those hours kids spend climbing trees and following bugs really do soothe their psyches. Fall may require another layer, but it's well worth it.
We have all suffered through our children’s witching hour around dinner time (typically between the hours of 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.)…the tantrums, the whining, the arguing. But have you ever stepped back to notice that parents have our own…
A number of myths surrounding the effective management of allergy symptoms routinely make the rounds this time of year. Let's debunk a few.
Just because they didn't sit and "study" every day doesn't mean they weren't learning. They were learning differently. Maybe even better.
The energy and chaos of running around on the playground isn't the break all kids need during the school day. Introverts may do well to have an alternative.
Here’s what you need to know about experiencing the incredible phenomenon of a total eclipse with your kids.