Archive for 'Kid Culture'
How movies, television and video games can bring families closer. Family TV Time In this day and age, both parents and kids are busy with commitments. Which is why family, movie and even video game nights [...]
Why kids’ growing imaginations need all types of toys to play with. Media Based Toys What toys did your children wish for this holiday season?l. Often at the top of children’s wish lists are those media [...]
It’s the deadliest combination going: bullies who get what they want from their target, bullied kids who are afraid to tell, bystanders who either watch, participate, or look away, and adults who see the incidents as [...]
From one of Canada’s most inspiring and gifted sports heroes, an urgently needed guide to getting our kids active and healthy. Like many of us, Silken Laumann’s fondest childhood memories are of play: staying outside until [...]
The benefits of letting kids take the lead with fun, family activities. Family Quality Time When it comes to spending one-on-one quality time with our children, or planning fun family activities, parents often take the lead. [...]
How to help your child learn the skills to be a better friend. Empathy and Friendships Are you concerned that your child is having trouble making or keeping friends? Considering how important friendship is to children, [...]
Young children who are considered overweight when they are four and five years old are at a higher risk of having social problems and suffering from bullying and teasing as they get older, according to a [...]
How to get your preschooler prepared for school in the fall. Preparing for School Is your pre-school child starting school this coming fall? Getting kids school ready now, is only going to make the transition easier [...]
Is your child on the outs with his friends? As tempting as it is, jumping in to solve her tiffs isn’t the best solution. When our children have a fight with one of their friends, it’s [...]
Girls Will Be Girls will enlighten parents on ways to empower girls from age 6 to 16 to face today’s challenging world. Author Joann Deak uses the latest brain research to illustrate the exciting new ways [...]
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