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October 5, 2012

Kid-Friendly Search Engines

Keeping Kids Safe on the Internet It is so important to monitor and tracks what kids see on the Internet today. Online filters can be created and there are many tools for parents to use in order to keep the Internet rated G. But even if you haven’t invested in any programs or security tools you can do some... Read More

August 4, 2012

The Perfect Resource for All Things Parenting

Parents.com brought to you by Parents Magazine With over nearly 16 million readers Parenting Magazine and Parents.com helps moms navigate through parenthood and celebrate the joys of being a mom from preconception through pregnancy, and infant through teen. Parents Magazine helps parents “understand the issues and challenges that are important to them.” They make it a priority “to answer your... Read More

April 20, 2012

PBS Parents – A Great Online Resource for Kids, Teens and Parents of All Ages

Learn to Connect with Your Kids and Find Resources for Parents Parents often discover as children get older that building and maintaining a close, intimate relationship with your kids is as complex and rewarding as any other kind of relationship. It is so important for parents to establish a role of authority and  guidance, as well as develop a... Read More

April 6, 2012

My Wonderful World: A National Geographic Campaign to Promote Geography

What is the Campaign? National Geographic’s ‘Mywonderful World’ is “a National Geographic-led campaign—backed by a coalition of national business and non-profit organizations—to expand geographic learning in school, at home, and in communities. We want to give kids the power of global knowledge.” Since the campaign launched, more than 80,000 people have signed up to show their support. Mywonderfulworld.org challenges... Read More

July 4, 2011

Summer Camp Teaches Kids Skills to Deal with Moods

Summer camps can ease the turbulence of youth by allowing kids to explore freely in a new and supportive social setting. A recent article on Parenting.com takes a closer look at 3 Ways to deal with Teenage Anxiety, citing John Duby, M.D., chair of the AAP’s Mental Health Leadership Work Group in analyzing influences that can throw your child... Read More