As parents and caregivers, we all face moments of uncertainty trying to do what is best for our kids. You are not alone! We are here to help.
Ted Topics share common parenting challenges and offer time-tested and research-based strategies to try. Learn about developmental milestones and how to encourage your child through them. Plus, you’ll find lots of fun activities and crafts to do together as a family.
It is here where you’ll find the extra support you need to parent with confidence. Let’s work together to grow curious minds, kind hearts and strong bodies.
Tantrums and meltdowns. Sound familiar? Diffuse your child’s temper by using this super simple method that consistently brings positive results. And a less stressful day!
Do you think your child might be lonely? Too much technology and social media usage may be the culprit. Look for these cues of loneliness and try these ideas for making connections.
Did you know even older toddlers and preschoolers still need quite a bit of sleep? When we’re over-tired, there’s nothing like a little extra snooze that will do wonders for our moods.
Car seats do more than keep kids contained; they’re critical to your child’s safety. Get more familiar with the current laws and recommendations for seats at every age.
Kids are full of curiosity, and you usually don’t have all the answers. But seeking out shared experiences can be a great way to nurture your child’s inquisitiveness and learn and grow together.
Sleep. We all need it, but are your kids getting enough? There’s no magic formula for the amount of sleep your child needs, but there are good guidelines and lots of ways to create good sleep habits.
Are your kids earning their keep? Chores can help your child build good habits, learn life skills, and take responsibility. Take these tips to get your kids involved around the house.
Fresh air and playing outdoors keep kids active and in touch with nature. Backyard games also strengthen muscles and bones, build immunity, and lower the risk of many diseases like diabetes, heart problems, and obesity.
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