Sometimes we all need this reminder:
The One Sentence That Gets My Kids to Take Responsibility
I, like most other parents, tire of being sidelined by kids bringing their latest laundry list of sibling complaints. Their sentences are filled with the words: he, she, they, and what they did to ME!
How to Raise an Optimistic Human in a Pessimistic World
Show kids that the tools for a positive outlook are well within their reach.
The 10 Most Violent Video Games of 2017 (and What Your Kids Should Play Instead)
It's a dark night. You've just escaped from a sprawling mansion deep in the Louisiana bayou. You're terrified. You've been shot at, bludgeoned, and stabbed as you try to escape this life-or-death situation.
How to Get Kids to Create Media -- Not Just Consume It
With a little nudging — and the right tools — they can be using that time to build creative skills while sharing their stories, opinions, and ideas.