The internet is without a doubt the innovation that has had the greatest impact on our society in recent memory. The possibilities and opportunities for learning and exploring are endless. Used appropriately, the internet brings information to everyone that has access to it and can potentially narrow the knowledge gap that disadvantages some of our children. However, not all information and resources are safe and reliable and a great deal of the information is not appropriate for children at certain stages of their development.
Halloween is supposed to be scary, in a fun sort of way, but kids and their parents need to practice a few common sense safety measures to ensure that this holiday doesn’t turn into fright night. Because so much is going on at Halloween, and excited small children may not always make the best decisions, parents…
A recent study concluded that all children treated with amoxicillin by 5 pm can, if without fever and overall improved, be permitted to attend school on the next day.
It is important that we as parents learn to promote a good attributional style and leverage that into high self-esteem and a generally curious, positive attitude about learning, work and the world in general.
Many important functions occur when your child is sleeping, but ensuring a good night’s rest is not always easy. This week I’m going to share practical tips for helping your child fall asleep faster and stay asleep longer.