Thinking through what works or doesn’t work, and understanding how to make improvements, will develop kids' critical thinking skills.
My parents have taught me more things than I could ever count, but one of the most important things was to fight my own battles.
Here are two ideas for how to turn competitive games collaborative in your play environment.
Exposure to diverse cultures, picturesque scenery, fun activities, and people can teach kids valuable life lessons.
Middle schoolers are not old enough (or developmentally ready) to have as much freedom online as they often do these days.
Encouraging autonomy leads to self-determination and independence. Parents can provide opportunities for children to make choices…
An allowance is useful tool in terms of both teaching kids how to save and budget and basically the value of a dollar…
Why…especially in the “developed” world, do we tend to safeguard our children from hard work?
Here is what you need to know to get your children to listen to you and respond positively to your advice.
An early foundation of emotional and social skills can set the stage for improved relationships, personal and professional success…