These students are jumping for a cause! Concord Elementary School raised $14,000 for the American Heart Association.
Connecting With Your Children
Do you know what apps your kids are using?
Today’s parents have choices when deciding which type of books to read to their toddlers. But is there a difference between the high-tech electronic books and the old-school print?
How often do you children use their smartphones or tablets? How much time do you spend on your phone?
Make reading a part of your routine.
When it comes to early math, not all skills are created equal. Of course, counting is an important part of preschool, but new research suggests that understanding patterns and being able to compare quantities are not beyond little learners, and may also help prepare students for math success.
Neuroscientists studying the teenage brain say that when a teen is surrounded by peers, he or she is more likely to push the boundaries and take chances. Researchers say there may be some steps parents and their teens can take to reduce risk-taking behavior.
Parents are told to support their kids academically, emotionally, and socially. But now a new study shows you can overdo it when it comes to support.
Learning about fractions can be difficult for the average second or third grader. A new study at Temple University might ease their math anxiety.
Almost nine out of every ten autistic adults are either out of work or underemployed. Now, one man on the spectrum is making a difference for himself and others.
Violence is unsettling for children, whether they witnessed the crime or not. What happens to kids in the aftermath of crime and how can parents lessen the impact?
Some states could run out of funding for their Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) as early as this month, despite recently approved spending by Congress that was expected to keep the program running through the end of March, federal health officials said Friday.
Do you have a safe place to keep your children during a crisis like the cold weather we're experiencing?
Dinner time is a stressful time of day for many families – with parents coming home from work, kids coming home from school, and everybody is really hungry and ready to eat.
Everyone looks forward to counting down to Christmas, especially kids. That's why we're introducing you to three smartphone apps that'll make that time even more fun.
Still holiday shopping for mom? Here are some high-tech ideas.
Early childhood care and education in the United States can be expensive. But does the cost of early education pay off over a lifetime?
Child care is an important resource for working parents. It’s not always easy to find the best arrangement for your child and yourself, but scientists are finding moving kids around too much when they’re young might affect them later on.
High school is a time when many teens start to explore who they are and studies suggest when adolescents have a clear sense of their general identity, it may promote higher self-esteem and better mental health.
How much screen time is too much for your toddler and baby? Turns out, not all screens and media are created equal.
Nowadays many toddlers learn how to use a touchscreen device before they can walk. The good news is that your toddler is likely to become a tech- savvy kid. The bad news is it is linked to poorer sleep.
Naps are not only good for a child’s physical and mental health, but also for their emotional health.
Mention autism and invariably people talk about autistic children. But as they get older and the hope of a cure fades, what support they get as young adults becomes critical because their futures depend on that support.