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Screen Time for Kids Under 5 Should Be Less Than an Hour a Day: WHO

The new guidelines say kids should spend less time in front of phones, TVs and computer screens than you probably did at lunch today. Will parents go along?

Target 2019 Car Seat Trade-in Starts April 22

A mom mentor can help a new mother through a rough patch

Experienced mothers provide advice and support for first-timers.

How to Teach Your Kids to Save Money

Tips for When Mom's Under the Weather

Tips for taking care of the family when mom needs to take a sick day.

What I Thought I Knew vs. What I Now Know About Raising Adopted Kids

A mother shares lessons learned from raising adopted children.

10 Ways Being Tired Hurts Children

What damage can overtiredness cause your child? Are sleep aids safe for children?

No More Grocery Wars

Does taking the kids to the grocery story make you crazy? Find out how to survive the experience with your sanity intact.

Enjoy the Terrific Twos

Don't believe the hype about the terrible twos! Discover how to enjoy this age of inquisitiveness and growing independence.

Preschoolers and Praise

How to use praise properly to inspire and nurture your preschooler

Parting with the Pacifier

How to drop the binky habit, for parents and baby!

How to Savor the Moments as Your Child Grows

Learn how to slow down and enjoy each phase of childhood as your child grows.
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Colored Rice Easter Sensory Bin

This Easter sensory bin is made with colored rice, plastic eggs, little chicks and fine motor tools. Bright and colorful, this rice bin is fun for all ages.

7 Easter Basket Ideas for Older Kids

It's not easy to find non-candy treats for Easter baskets; consider cash, gift cards or a coupon for a 1-on-1 outing with mom or dad.

What to do when your child does not qualify for an IEP

“His grades are fine! He doesn’t need an IEP.” Here are the steps to take if you’ve asked for help from the school and have been told this.

3 Reasons Your (Buying in Bulk) Math Might Be Wrong

If you ever arrived home from the warehouse store and thought "Where will I put it? Will I finish it? Do I need it?" Darla DeMorrow has advice.
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Newest In Home Life

It Takes More Than a Special Needs Trust to Plan Their Financial Future

A special needs trust is a good start, but how do you fund it?

How About Some Books for the Easter Basket?

Children’s books that teach through objects in a museum, stickers, imagination and Hedy Lamarr’s inventions.

3 Reasons Your (Buying in Bulk) Math Might Be Wrong

If you ever arrived home from the warehouse store and thought "Where will I put it? Will I finish it? Do I need it?" Darla DeMorrow has advice.

Kindie Grammy Nominees for 2019

Kathy O' Connell reviews the artists that were nominated for this year's Grammy Awards.
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Newest In Education

SAT to Include 'Adversity Score' with Students' Results

Colleges can use the 'adversity score' to determine if the students' socioeconomic background might have made it difficult for them to get a higher SAT score.

Radnor Joins Trend Toward Later School Start Times

What's a Progressive School? How is it Different From a Traditional School?

Students in progressive schools learn through experiences and projects, often out in the community.

How to Get Your Kids Into College (Legally)

If it doesn't take money, fame or a willingness to bend the rules to get into college, what does it take?
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