Children love repeated, shared family experiences. Learn why, and how to create more.
We are grown-ups of the New Age, right? It is no longer a just-do-as-I-say world. We respect our kids and want them to feel heard and understood. If we are so awesome at this, then why am I spending hours negotiating with my kid while the veins in my head feel like they are going […]
These books will help your children learn about important places, people, and events in black history.
Since the pandemic, some private schools have seen an increase in applicants, especially those schools offering in-person learning, while other schools have seen a decrease as residents leave the city or face financial challenges. Parents may find new opportunities for their children to top Manhattan private schools during this time. For Brooklyn parents, the population […]
By implementing simple routines and transitions at home, parents can help prepare their young children for preschool.
“W” sitting is a terrible position for your toddler and even extends through adolescence. This position is when he sits on the floor on his bottom with his legs out to the sides in the letter “W”.
Without in-person school and being constantly surrounded by peers, your child’s social skills might be falling behind. Here are some tips for building those skills during the pandemic.
When your child is crying over a headache, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed and frightened. Many parents instantly start thinking something is seriously wrong when their child is holding his or her head and crying, but the good news for worried parents is that most childhood headaches have fairly straightforward causes. While you seek relief […]