Another school year is on the horizon! For kids (and parents), this is somewhat a time for reinvention. After the unprecedented class disruptions, this is the time for young (and not-so-young) schoolers to start fresh, accept new challenges, and make new friends in school. As parents of young kids, we always . . .
With inflation being what it is now, being a smart back to school shopper makes perfect sense! Just like many moms, the upcoming school year brings concerns about the cost of school supplies. Fortunately, these effective tips for smart back to school shopping will achieve this end! 1. Plan Ahead Where saving money . . .
The American population has seen significant changes throughout the new millennium. Millennials have since taken over the labor force, with more than half of the country's total population belonging to this generation (or younger). As of July 2019, 50.7% of or 166 million Americans are millennials, Gen Zs or younger. Meanwhile, . . .
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a handful to say, and the children diagnosed with it can be a handful, too. But it’s a relatively common neurodevelopmental disorder in childhood. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, it occurs in about 3 percent to 5 percent of preschool and . . .
For toddlers, playing and learning are one and the same. As these young children fresh out of infancy begin to explore the world, there’s so much for them to learn. They’re primed to begin understanding language, they’re starting to develop physical dexterity and motor skills and they are even capable . . .
Play is an important aspect of every child's life. Several play types help kids express themselves, such as physical play, playing with objects, symbolic play, pretend play, and rules. Moreover, play helps develop the brain's structures by focusing and enjoying the process of learning to help them pursue a goal . . .