Strategies for Communicating with Your Child When They Won’t Listen

Photo by Jep Gambardella As a parent, it can be incredibly frustrating when your child won’t listen. It’s easy to feel helpless and overwhelmed, but there are a few strategies you can use to get through to your child and make communication easier. Let’s take a look at...

Healthy Lunch Tips for Kids at School Blog

Photo by Katerina Holmes As parents, we know how important it is to pack our children a healthy lunch every day. Not only do nutritious meals help our kids stay alert and energized throughout the day, but they also help them grow strong and healthy. Here are some tips...

When Should Your Child Get A Phone?

Photo by bruce mars on Unsplash Every parent must make the decision at some point if and when to give their child a phone. It can be a difficult decision to make, but it’s important to consider a few things before you hand your little one their first smartphone....

Teaching Kids Responsibility Through Age Appropriate Chores

Photo by cottonbro studio Chore assignments are essential for teaching kids responsibility and life skills. It’s important to make sure that tasks are age-appropriate so kids don’t become overwhelmed or discouraged. Here is a breakdown of chores by age group to get...

Making Toy Time Fun and Interesting With Rotations

Photo by Yuri Shirota on Unsplash One of the most common questions parents of toddlers have is how to keep their little ones entertained. After all, toddlers can get bored with their toys quickly. One way to combat this boredom is by rotating the toys that your...

How To Teach Your Baby Sign Language

Photo by Colin Maynard on Unsplash Teaching your baby to communicate through sign language can be an incredibly rewarding experience. Not only does it help your baby learn to communicate before they can speak, but it also helps you understand their needs and wants...

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...

Helping Teens Develop Financial Literacy

(Family Features) Developing financial knowledge and effective money management habits are important steppingstones for teenagers to become financially stable adults who aspire to build assets and achieve personal goals. For example, most teens (88%) would like to own...

Take the Stress Out of Introducing Solid Foods to Baby: 6 pediatrician-recommended tips

(Family Features) Watching your baby learn and grow can provide some of the most rewarding moments in life, full of emotions from parents and babies alike. Some milestones are more stressful or frustrating than others and, during these moments of newness, seeking...

Bilingual Board Books: Fun for Your Little San Antonian

If you are looking for a fun way to introduce your little one to numbers, shapes, colors, etc. in English and Spanish, look no further than ArteKids Board Books! This bilingual board book series is a collaboration between the San Antonio Museum of Art, the San Antonio...

Simple Self Care Tips for New Moms

Becoming a new mom is an amazing experience, but it can also be quite challenging. There are so many new things to learn and adjust to! It is important to take care of yourself during this time, and to make sure you get enough rest and relaxation. In this blog post,...
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Today’s Teens

Today’s Teens

Open communication between parents and teens is key to ensuring that teens who get on the road are doing so only after careful consideration of the responsibilities and after the right training.

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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