Winter Activity Inspiration for Families

Winter Activity Inspiration for Families

Does wintertime call to mind visions of cozy fires and warm snuggles, or kids bouncing off the walls? Either way, keeping your family active during those long months filled with short days can take a little extra creativity. Here are some fun ideas for things to do together this winter. Read More

Why Brain Teasers Are a Good Way to Stimulate Your Kids’ Brain

Why Brain Teasers Are a Good Way to Stimulate Your Kids' Brain

In the same way, our bodies need physical exercises for optimal performance, the brains also need some training to remain alert and active. Brain teasers are part of the options you can use to stimulate students’ brains. With everyday practice, your learners will learn to solve various problems easily, both in class and in life. Read More

Tips For Traveling With Toddlers

Tips For Traveling With Toddlers

A lot of parents are familiar with the challenges of traveling with infants. Even if you haven’t taken your baby with you on a trip, there is a good chance that you have sat on a flight and heard a baby crying a few seats away. The move from infancy to toddlerhood should mean it’s much easier to fly, right? Not exactly. Read More

Teaching Your Children About Intuition

Teaching Your Children About Intuition

Intuition is an important topic that comes up in my therapy practice, one I feel is crucial to discuss with our children. Teaching them what it is, what it means, how it presents itself, how to use it in your own life. Read More

Expert Tips: Good Mental Health for Your Kids

Good Mental Health for Your Kids

Helping kids temper their emotions by showing them a way through and then out of their heavy feelings, is a crucial part of healthy development. Here are some expert tips from award-winning author, Jill Sylvester. Read More

Conquering Back to School Blues

Conquering Back to School Blues

The end of summer and beginning of another academic year can leave us parents feeling frazzled and stressed. I know I’m not alone in the feeling that we find our family schedules so full of “extras” that it can sometimes seem downright impossible to find the time to eat dinner together at the dining room table, let alone have meaningful conversations about our days. Read More

How to Set TV and Media Rules in Your House

As busy parents living in our media-savvy world, it can be difficult to place such limits on your family’s TV time. Here are some ideas we hope will help you determine the right amount of media usage for your family. Read More

How to Nurture a Love of Reading in Your Child

In this day and age with technology making the rapid advancements that it is, more and more kids are stuck on their tablets, phones, or video game consoles to pass the time instead of cracking open a book. Read More

Sunscreen Terminology for Families: What does it all mean?

It seems like every couple years there are new standards for which sunscreen is the best. What level SPF do we need? What key ingredients should it (or shouldn’t it) contain? To jumpstart your summer sunscreen education, here are a few key terms to keep in mind. Read More