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Why learning how to be adaptable is more important for kids than ever

by Emily Glover

If you had asked someone this time last year to explain “social distancing,” what would they have said? As we all know, adults weren’t the only ones who had to make adjustments when the pandemic began: Kids around the world were thrust into remote schooling situations, moved playdates exclusively to video calls, and were encouraged to wear face masks in public.

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What exactly is STEAM learning and how does it help my kids?

by Emily Glover

Think back to your typical class schedule when you were growing up. In the course of a single day, you probably learned about science, math, art, history, language—and more. So, when you hear about the relatively new emphasis on STEAM learning, you may wonder how that’s unlike the diversified studies from years past.

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How to teach your children to be problem-solvers

by Emily Glover

By our nature, humans must be problem solvers: From our very first moments on earth, we have to figure our way around challenges, be willing to change course, and must absorb feedback from experiences. But, that’s not to say problem solving always comes easily to adults—let alone children.

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To Build Your Child's Emotional Intelligence, Try These Phrases

by Parent Co

As a parent, you are your child’s first teacher—responsible for their introduction not only to STEAM subjects, but also for helping them develop emotional intelligence.

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How Smartphone Addiction Is Affecting Teens' Brains

by Parent Co.

A recent study found that being addicted to smartphones creates a chemical imbalance in the brain linked to depression and anxiety in young people.

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6 Rewards Schools Could Use to Motivate Introverted Kids

by Parent Co.

My son’s school offered a special incentive to encourage students to use their online learning program during the holiday break.

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The Upside of Lying

by Parent Co.

“Did you just feed the dog broccoli? The broccoli I told you to eat before you could have dessert?”

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11 Lovely Children’s Books on Love

by Parent Co.

Valentine’s Day is truly the perfect kid holiday. You’re not old enough to be jaded by the “most romantic day of the year” and you get piles of candy and actual mail.

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Fantastic Winter Books for Kids of All Ages

by Parent Co.

We find ourselves in the days when the holiday hustle and bustle is behind us but spring feels like it will never arrive.

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The Importance of Offering Children an Intergenerational Identity

by Parent Co.

Children who have what is called an intergenerational identity feel more in control of their lives, according to research by Dr. Marshall Duke and Dr. Robyn Fivush from Emory University.

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Kid Made Recipe: Simple Noodle Soup

by Parent Co.

Delicious, wholesome, and we swear it’ll cure a winter cold. Ok, maybe not, but it is comfort food at it’s best. You need this warm and cozy recipe in your back pocket for winter.

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Navigating Autism: Keep Looking Up

by Megan Burgess

He deserves the chance to grow, thicken his skin, show others how wrong they are about him. It wouldn't be easy, but it would be worth it.

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Could Mothers Have a Hand in Influencing Their Teens to Take STEM Courses?

by Angela Repke

According to recent findings a mother’s communication with her children can increase the likelihood of them taking math and science (MS) courses.

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Kid Made Recipe: Raspberry White Hot Chocolate

by Parent Co.

Winter is in full effect! Switch up your apres-snow play game with this Raspberry White Hot Chocolate. You’ll never go back to the boxed mix again!

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Research Confirms Gendered Toys Help Create Inequality

by Parent Co.

The findings support previous research that has highlighted the strong influence of gender labels such as "for boys" or "for girls."

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How Process Praise Helps Our Kids

by Jessica Williams

To put it simply, process praise is praise that emphasizes the work, effort, or actions of the child.

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4 Parent Myths About College Admissions

by Laura Owens

But there’s a few general parent misperceptions swirling about that are worth correcting.

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Does Your Home Feel Imperfect? Congratulations, You’ve Mastered an Ancient Japanese Aesthetic

by Parent Co.

You don’t have to hire a decorator or scour the internet for ideas, products, or advice to create a wabi-sabi infused home.

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How to Rekindle Your Kid’s Love of Learning When Motivation Wanes

by Parent Co.

Many children lose their intrinsic love of learning once they start school. So, how do you rekindle your child’s love of learning?

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Seven Cost-Free Ways to Foster School Readiness

by Parent Co.

Here are seven ways to nourish childhood and, at the same time, help your child be ready for school.

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An Unexpected Threat of False Teeth

by Vicki Wilson

Around five or six, your teeth start falling out and everyone makes a fuss again.

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After "The Very Hungry Caterpillar": Six New Board Books That Babies Will Love

by Parent Co.

While the classics are thrilling, sometimes babies need something a little more than “The Very Hungry Caterpillar.”

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In Defense of Describing Your Kid’s Age in Months Until College (Or at Least Preschool)

by Parent Co.

The stages of development don’t care about calendar years. They happen in quick succession, and some things change every single day.

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Kid Made Recipe: Sweet Potato Fried Rice

by Parent Co.

In 2018 we’re aiming to get our teenager cooking family dinner once a week - solo! This awesome fried rice is a great recipe for big kids to try out.

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