The New York Times bestselling picture book, Grumpy Monkey has been the perfect tool to help us teach our daughter about accepting feelings...
Bedtimes are a precious part of your child’s life and finding the perfect book to bond over is an important piece of that. That’s why “Made for Me” is here to help give fathers a fun way to share their love with their children.
When you don’t have the words, this book says it for you… Some books are forgotten soon after reading them, but every now and then you discover one that you find yourself reaching for time and time again.
Kids are naturally curious, and a great way to encourage that curiosity is by having them help in the kitchen. After all, cooking is really just another name for science! Choosing a recipe, gathering the ingredients, mixing it all up and waiting to see how it turns out- that’s the scientific process right there. It’s also a great way to encourage their creativity- they can help make faces on pancakes using fruit or arrange the food on a plate into an eye-catching design.
If you have kids, then you probably have been asked a thousand times; ‘can I have a pet?’. Kids love pets but need to understand the responsibility that comes with owning one.
Kids love to help in the kitchen and there’s no better time than Christmas to let then help you bake.With simple, delicious Christmas recipes, even a five year can help bake, these yummy recipes will have little tummies smiling.
With the holidays right around the corner, it’s time for wish lists. Kids are jumping up and down for the hottest toys on the market. Parents, you all need to know what your kids want right now, and I’ve got the list here!
The holidays are quickly approaching, which means it is time for fun and easy holiday crafts! Holiday crafts bring families together and provide hours of fun for kids ages five and up. These fun and easy holiday crafts can be made from items you have lying around the house.
As a parent you want your child to learn how to be compassionate and empathetic toward others. One way to instill these values is to get your child involved in helping out in your community.
The holidays can be overwhelming for parents when kids want more and more. It becomes a never-ending cycle of taking and want, instead of giving and need. The holidays can become a spend-fest if you let your child get away with being spoiled. This holiday season before lists are written teach your child about gratitude.