Want your children to learn early on how to keep our planet green and clean? Check out these awesome tips to teach your children to reduce, reuse, and recycle that are fun and educational. Let’s all do our part to clean the environment!
While there are plenty of benefits to online activity, such as educational content and the chance to keep in touch with relatives, there is a dark side.
From collecting grasshoppers on the playground to their first bee sting, bugs are a fascinating part of life for children. Some parents are reluctant to indulge in their child’s squirmy interest, while others are dealing with a case of childhood insectophobia. Whether your little one is a junior entomologist or runs screaming from anything with more than four legs, these tips can help your family navigate the creepy-crawly world of insects.
Summer is coming soon! From game-changing comfort for expecting moms and poolside fun for the whole family, to child development tools and kids’ styling products – here are some of our favorites for moms and littles to ring in the summer season.
Summer is a great time to encourage language and reading development in fun ways. Below are some suggestions for strategies and games that can help you support your child’s literacy development and prevent the summer slide.
Last week Mommybites held a very important momcast on car safety for expectant and new moms, generously sponsored by SafeRide4Kids.
We all want our children to do well and to be as smart and as successful as they can be. There are always new methods being discovered that reveal how parents can encourage mental growth in their children. Teaching children a musical instrument is one of the most fascinating ways we can help our children develop.
This is not an article about the college admissions scandal. You’re welcome. Rather, this is about how grandparents can help their college-bound grandchildren. When this topic of helping is raised, providing financial help with tuition often first comes to mind. There are many resources available for grandparents with this intent. For example, in addition to consulting with their own financial planners, there are innumerable online resources for grandparents who want to help with tuition, e.g., (1) (2) (3).