The 7 Traits of Effective Parenting is a simple framework of seven powerful traits that will help you grow in your parenting journey, and be the most effective parent you can be.
Give your grandkids shared experiences to help them build stronger bonds with one another.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable. It’s just part of life with young humans whose “life-giving skills are still developing,” Cartmell explains. But that conflict can have benefits.
Playing games and doing activities with our kids is a fantastic opportunity to connect with them.
Bored? Stuck at home? Check out these fun educational activities that will help bust boredom while still encouraging learning.
These eight tips can help create a successful and less stressful environment for you and your kids while you are working from home.
Having conversations with our kids is critical for building a solid foundation of trust, demonstrating steadfast love, and teaching them how to grow as a young person. These 50 questions to ask your kids are a great starting point for conversations around the dinner table.
Shy children leave many thoughts bottled up—thoughts that could help him or her connect with others if only they were brought out. Imagine how many incredible thoughts are not shared because of shyness!
There are few things better than cuddling up with your child and a good book.
I can’t remember a day that there wasn’t some kind of “learning lesson” going on in our home. But most of those lessons didn’t involve sitting down and doing homework. Instead, my mom employed active ways to help us learn how to learn.