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The Evolving Art of the Play Date

There are no "official rules" for play dates. These tips will help parents form their own guidelines.

5 Ways To Outsmart Your Toddler

To get a toddler to do as you'd like, you often need creative thinking. Try these five tips

Tattling Versus Telling

How can a parent discourage unnecessary tattling, yet encourage a child to "tell" when real harm can be done?

My Toddler Won’t Sleep!

Expert strategies help three families break bad toddler sleep habits.

Many Day Cares Aid Potty Training

Many day care centers work with parents on potty training. Typically, training begins at 33-36 months.

Tickle Your Toddler’s Funny Bone

The first time your toddler responds to a funny moment with hearty chuckles is memorable. Here's how to make little ones laugh.
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20 (Easy) Snowman Crafts

These snowman crafts focus on sensory and fine-motor skills.

How to Wash Your Hands: Tips from a Pro

Get hand-washing advice from a doctor.

Best Toys for Kids with Autism, Intellectual Disabilities and Developmental Delays

What are the best toys for children with special needs?

Make Santa Binoculars With the Kids

These DIY Santa binoculars made from recycled toilet paper rolls are a great Christmas craft for kids to make. Easy and fun for kids.
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Newest In Home Life

How to Organize Your Closet

The New Year is a time for new starts and resolutions. If getting organized at home is in your plans, you’re going to love this simple closet organization hack.

Our Pick of Pop-Up Books for Kids

Here are some of the best pop-up books for kids this year.

Books by Local Authors or With Philly Links

Looking for a gift book for a young reader? Here are some with a local tie to Philadelphia, the Main Line, South Jersey and Delaware.

Kids' Songs About Food

Seasonal songs that are good enough to eat.
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Newest In Education

Cyber Classes Popular at Traditional High Schools

More schools are offering online high school courses and blended classes.

Why Some Local Schools Dropped AP Classes

Students stress over AP tests prompts some high schools to back off.

How to Help Twice Exceptional Learners Succeed

Students who are gifted and have a special need, such as ADHD, can feel frustrated, but parents and schools can help them live up to their potential.

Reviving a Favorite Book

How we can connect with kids through a good book.
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