Is your kid on track? Here's what you need to know about child development for the older kid, including appropriate behaviors, psychological development, social growth spurts, and emotional considerations.
Parent-approved video games that are played in moderation can help young kids develop in educational, social, and physical ways.
Keep your kids in line with these simple strategies.
Oldest, middle, youngest, or only child? Where you are can shape who you are.
Helping your child master these simple rules of etiquette will get him noticed -- for all the right reasons.
Learning to play an instrument can help your child fine-tune her ear and enhance skills needed for education and social interaction.
If you're saying, "Focus!" more than usual, read on for creative and constructive ways to increase your kid's attention.
This 4-minute film is a must-see for every parent, and their kids!
In light of the many conspiracy theories surrounding this Presidential election, we need to teach our kids how to "reality test" these stories by thinking critically.
Can't talk about the birds and the bees? Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," gives you the matter-of-fact ways to talk about sex.
Take our quiz to find out if it's time to have the "puberty chat" with your kid. And if it is time--have no fear! Our expert advice will make it easier.Take Quiz
Help your child understand that masturbation is private but not shameful. Betsy Brown Braun, author of "Just Tell Me What to Say," shares how you can explain this natural part of growing up.
Who knew the rumor mill started this young? Gossiping is a common pastime for kids as young as 8 and 9. Avoid drama and hurt feelings by teaching your child how to respect others.
If your child swipes something from a store, her school, or a friend, don't panic -- just learn the right response to this common situation.
Don't be worried if your child starts tattling -- learn the real reasons behind it to prevent her from becoming a full-blown tattletale.
Most kids who've been diagnosed with attention-deficit disorder aren't getting the right mix of medication and behavioral management that can make all the difference.
These tricks should get your kids reading on their own in no time!
Surround your children with love, happiness, and encouragement so they have the confidence to reach goals.
There's plenty to get excited about this year (preschool!). Find out what lies in store as your child turns four.
Try these no-nag strategies to get them to pick up, do homework, brush teeth, and more.
It's all about the bunny ears, people.
The mom of a special needs child shares why she is vehemently against stunting the growth of children with disabilities to make them easier to care for.
The experiences children have during their first five years have a tremendous impact on the development of their brains, their health, and their future as adults.
Super Parent's best tips on how to handle the toughest toddler situations, like whining and full-blown meltdowns.