MetroKids - September 2011 September 1, 2011 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Meet a MetroKids MomElizabeth MitchellMeet our September mom of the month GoodsThe Lunch BunchInnovative and eco-friendly lunchtime storage solutions Book ReviewsMeet Mozart's SisterChildren's book reviews include the story of Mozart's sister and mysteries surrounding 13 artists. Special Needs ParentingHow To Find Social Skills SupportSocial practice for kids with autism spectrum disorders and other cognitive deficits can be hard to find. Here's where to look. SolutionsValues in a Charlie Sheen WorldWhere do we find people who exhibit core values for our kids? We can start with ourselves. MomSpeakLife on SkatesMom blogger Trish Adkins, skating with her daughter, learns that falling doesn't matter much. What matters is the standing back up. Tech TalkA Parents' Guide to Online VideosIf your kids have discovered video sites such as YouTube, here are ways to guide their viewing and posting habits. Ask Momma'I Can't Stand Playing Barbies!'Momma's humorous solution to a common dilemmaEducation FeaturesA Teacher's Open House SuggestionsWhen you visit your child's classroom, keep in mind that the teacher might be nervous and isn't there to defend school board policies. Health & Nutrition, MedicalMigraines Often Go UndetectedMany parents overlook the problem because not much is known about migraines. Mom Matters10 Reasons to Join a Mom's ClubThey offer way more than a morning out. Here are 10 reasons to consider joining one. ToddlersHow To Handle Preschool BulliesPreschool bullying isn't readily noticed. Here's how to recognize it and what you can do. Classes, ToddlersHelp Your Little One To Love MusicIt’s easy to encourage a love of music in a young kid. Here are tips from children’s musician Marnie Grey and MetroKids readers. Family Fun FeaturesFor Families at FringeKid-friendly shows at Philly's avant-garde arts fest, Sept. 2-18 Music ReviewsTrout Book/CD Features Farm LifeTrout Fishing in America’s new Book/CD, Chicken Joe Forgets Something Important features upbeat new songs and modernistic drawings of old-fashioned farm life. Education FeaturesIs Your Child Gifted?Here's how parents can recognize and help their schools to appropriately challenge exceptionally talented kids.