10 Fast and Healthy Dinner Ideas for Your Child

It may come as a surprise to you that many experts argue about whether or not breakfast or dinner is the most important meal of the day. Your last meal of the day is just as important as your first! For parents who are typically busy or burnt out from the day, it’s easy to […]

7 Tips To Help You Through The Terrible 2’s

Almost every parent has heard of the term the “terrible twos”. To most, the terrible two’s is seen as the development stage where children experience a rapid shift in mood and behaviors, which causes many challenges for parents. The obvious signs where you can tell a child is in their terrible twos are tantrums, oppositions, […]

Eating Healthy

Eating unhealthy foods is a bad habit for everyone, especially children. In the early stages of life, good nutrition is extremely important. If your child is having a hard time liking healthy foods, here are some tips and tricks to get them on the right path. Eating Veggies Some children naturally dislike the taste of […]

Breakfast: the Most Important Meal of the Day!

Breakfast is often the hardest meal for parents to get their children to eat. We have always heard that it’s “The most important meal of the day,” but is it really that important for you? According to numerous studies on child development and health, the answer is yes. Why is breakfast so important? Breakfast is […]

Sports: Benefits for the Body and Mind

Sports, or any physical activity, are crucial for a child’s development and well-being. Whether organized by a school, a club or just a few friends in their free time, sports offer countless opportunities for a child’s physical, social and emotional growth! Physical Benefits Getting active is important for young children who are at a stage […]

5 Healthy Hobbies for Preschool Children

Hobbies are activities that are meant to expand the mind, develop skills and pass the time. They can reduce stress or be a creative outlet, but most importantly, they help with the physical, emotional and mental development of children. Hobbies give preschool children the chance to express themselves in healthy ways that let them practice […]

Parenting Pointers on Sharing

The phrase, “sharing is caring” gets thrown around a lot for new parents trying to teach their children how to share. Now, does that mean a kid who doesn’t like the idea of sharing is a kid who cares about nothing and will grow up to be selfish? Not necessarily. It probably means you have […]

The Benefits of Character Education

During a time when school violence and bullying have become so prevalent, it’s important now more than ever that we teach our kids more than just literacy and math skills. That’s where character education comes into the picture. Character education is about teaching our children values and setting a moral foundation for them that they […]