Allowing kids to contribute on moving day can boost their confidence and sense of belonging. Here are 5 ways children can actually make moving easier.
Dr. Lidia, scientist mommy, shares about work-life balance and how to make science fun for kids. Bonus! Free eBooklet for your little scientists!
When we were growing up, we spent summers outside, enjoying the warm sunshine and cool lemonade. Today, on the other hand, more kids are spending summers indoors on sofas, watching TV or playing video games. If your kids prefer having fun that way, rather than playing outside, stay with us. Here are some summer activities […]
Homeschooling your kids can be an incredibly rewarding experience, but it’s no secret that it’s a huge time commitment. If you are like the majority of homeschool parents looking for ways to better manage your time and maximize your children’s education, then you’ll enjoy the tips below. Know Your Strengths Homeschooling will force you to […]
Hiking has quickly become one of the most popular outdoor adventures across the world, as nearly every location has a nearby trail that you can follow. Over the years, research by Statistica has shown that about 50% of Americans engaged in some form of outdoor activity, with hiking, biking, camping, and fishing being the most […]
Did you know children spend an average of seven hours a day on media devices? And did you know it’s a myth that technology hinders social interaction? Here are the myths and facts, pros and cons, studies and stats of, and tips for children’s media device usage.
Did you know that you can boost your child’s future annual earning potential by $50K for each year you read with him or her during the formative years? In addition, early literacy has been linked to future academic success. And what little one doesn’t love to curl up with a parent, grandparent, aunt or uncle […]
Meet tuned in parent Riley Fox! She’s a wife, homeschool mom of two beautiful children, and blogger at YoungEarthyMama. Riley and her family live the urban country life. They farm with their kids right in their yard and on a community lot. They learn and apply sustainable ways of reducing their family’s carbon footprint while […]
Did you know your child is capable of riding a two-wheel bike (no training wheels) as early as age four? The beautiful part is this parenting hack from a savvy single dad in California focuses more on playing than training, yet kids learn to ride in a fraction of the time! Training Wheels vs. Balance […]
As food recalls mount and we continue to discover our food is too often the cause of illness, demand for organic food is increasing, as is the price. Good news is if you have a yard — front, side, or back — you can grow your own organic garden! It’s not just a growing trend, […]