5 Tips to Help Families Manage Holiday Stress

(Family Features) ’Tis the season for holiday parties, travel, hosting and more. While it is a joyous time of year, the never-ending to-do lists and school being out of session can make everyone feel a little overwhelmed, children included. Consider these five...

8 Ways Students Can Build a Cultural Identity

(Family Features) Days spent in the classroom are often centered around language, reading, math, science and other traditional curriculum, but there’s another key subject students may learn about without even realizing it: themselves. While coming to understand...

Make Easter ‘Eggstra’ Special

6 tips to bring your family together to decorate eggs

5 Ways to Practice Gratitude with your Child

Provided by (BPT) Gratitude has been shown to help kids and adults practice resilience through tough times by focusing on the positive emotions that come with spending quality time with family and friends. That’s why character education matters. Throughout the year,...

Tips for Remote Learning and Homeschooling Success

For Parents Who Never Expected to Be in this Role! If you’re like me, you probably never envisioned yourself having to teach your kids at home. However, if the COVID-19 crisis has taught us nothing else, it’s reminded many of us never to say never…even when faced with...

Keeping Kids Safe in a Digital World: A Solution That Works

One morning, my daughter asked a question I wasn’t prepared for. It was highly sexualized. This was not a “where do babies come from” question. I didn’t know this “thing” existed until I was a nineteen-year-old college student. She was NINE! Another fourth-grader had...

Magik Reader’s Theatre is back with digital series

Join Magik Theatre for daily videos that are created to bring learning and laughter to our friends at home.

The Lost Art of Manners

Wouldn’t it be nice if good manners went viral?

Kids & Bellyaches: They’re Often Stress-Related

Let’s face it: Gastrointestinal problems can be downright scary, especially when you’re a kid.

Kids in the Kitchen

Holiday cooking projects for children are not only fun, but are a great way to create tradition and develop useful skills.

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5 Tips to Help Families Manage Holiday Stress

5 Tips to Help Families Manage Holiday Stress

(Family Features) ’Tis the season for holiday parties, travel, hosting and more. While it is a joyous time of year, the never-ending to-do lists and school being out of session can make everyone feel a little overwhelmed, children included. Consider these five...

8 Ways Students Can Build a Cultural Identity

8 Ways Students Can Build a Cultural Identity

(Family Features) Days spent in the classroom are often centered around language, reading, math, science and other traditional curriculum, but there’s another key subject students may learn about without even realizing it: themselves. While coming to understand...

5 Ways to Practice Gratitude with your Child

5 Ways to Practice Gratitude with your Child

Provided by (BPT) Gratitude has been shown to help kids and adults practice resilience through tough times by focusing on the positive emotions that come with spending quality time with family and friends. That’s why character education matters. Throughout the year,...

Tips for Remote Learning and Homeschooling Success

Tips for Remote Learning and Homeschooling Success

For Parents Who Never Expected to Be in this Role! If you’re like me, you probably never envisioned yourself having to teach your kids at home. However, if the COVID-19 crisis has taught us nothing else, it’s reminded many of us never to say never…even when faced with...

Keeping Kids Safe in a Digital World: A Solution That Works

Keeping Kids Safe in a Digital World: A Solution That Works

One morning, my daughter asked a question I wasn’t prepared for. It was highly sexualized. This was not a “where do babies come from” question. I didn’t know this “thing” existed until I was a nineteen-year-old college student. She was NINE! Another fourth-grader had...

Kids in the Kitchen

Kids in the Kitchen

Holiday cooking projects for children are not only fun, but are a great way to create tradition and develop useful skills.

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