Get the kids involved with making their lunch -- you'll save time and teach them important skills.
9 yummy sandwich ideas that go way beyond baloney.
Tips to avoid the morning mayhem -- and save time all day long.
These energy-boosting snacks are kid-friendly and healthy -- perfect for after school!
Kids can help with simple cleanup tasks -- which not only lightens your load, but also lets you spend more time together.
Keep your family healthy and the house clean by going after these germ hot spots.
Sometimes your child's cherished blanket or stuffed animal gets gross.
Find natural ways to make your house sparkle.
Involving your child in charity will help the community and teach her an important lesson -- and it lets you spend more time together.
You can still make a difference (and teach your kids valuable lessons) even if you don't have tons of spare time. These 10 organizations cater to on-the-go families with fun kid-friendly programs.
Help your kids make and sell lemonade and treats and then donate the proceeds to charity!
Discover easy ways you can show your children how to give to others.
Find age-appropriate ways your kids can help out around the house.
Check out the gear that will put an end to car clutter.
Make room for the cars and corral the clutter to keep the garage a family-safe place.
Here are fun ways that kids can get involved in planning their own parties.
Our birthday party planning tool will help you plan the ultimate bash.
From a Barbie cake to a volcano that really works, we've got some super-cool cake ideas.
Find out fun ways kids as young as 5 can help you tackle that pile of laundry.
Check out some cool products that get your kid psyched to put her stuff away.
Have trouble getting your child to put her dirty clothes in the hamper? Our tips will help make it happen.
It's easy to have your family "go green" -- start with the recycling.
Have fun with another way to recycle -- by turning old TP tubes into festive flowers.
Making small changes in your life can mean BIG difference for the environment.
Surround your baby with these natural, eco-friendly, and modern finds.
Are your kids ready to take on this chore?
These make for a fun coloring project that also teaches table-setting skills.
Kids who eat with their families develop the best eating habits later in life.
Can't remember the last time you had a relaxing evening? These simple strategies will turn supper into the best part of your family's day.
Have toys coming out of your ears? Find easy ways to sort your child's stuff and figure out what to do with the things you no longer need.
Clutter clears more easily when your kids pull their weight. Use our age-by-age guide to find the best projects for your child.
These smart products will get your whole family psyched to put their stuff away.
These toys aren't safe for your kids to play with.
During this hectic season, probably the last thing you want to do is take your kids holiday shopping -- major chaos! But allowing your child to pick out gifts for friends and family helps her learn to be generous and thoughtful.
These simple ideas teach your children to be nice, generous people, one good deed at a time.
What to get for teachers, babysitters, coaches? Get inspired with these great finds.
Generosity and smart spending go hand in hand. Here, the lessons you need to teach right now to raise a money-savvy child.
Sending a card after getting a birthday present or holiday gift isn't just good manners -- it will also give your child a chance to reflect on how thoughtful his friends and family are.
Send a note that stands out with these appreciative stickers.
Teach your kids to use the magic words, and follow our tips to foster gratitude from an early age.
Pregnant or a new mom again? Don't forget your own gratitude! Say thanks for all those generous baby gifts you're getting with one of these gorgeous cards.
Pets are a lot of fun -- and a lot of work. But there are great ways your kids can pitch in.
When your pup meets your infant, it might not be love at first sniff.
Does your child know how to behave around a pet?
Planning to hit the road with your four-legged friend?
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