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The danger of making playgrounds too safe - ABC Life

The danger of making playgrounds too safe - ABC Life

"It's to do with litigation, isn't it?" said a colleague when I mentioned I was writing about playground design and risk. If asked, I'm sure many of us would assume the same...

The right way to handle kids who back talk - KiddyCharts

The right way to handle kids who back talk - KiddyCharts

We love talking parenting tips here on KiddyCharts and in this post we are going to talk about how to handle kids who back talk. Handling back talk isn’t easy, and I would go as...

How to Bully Proof Your Child

How to Bully Proof Your Child

Bullying is extremely prevalent in this day and age, especially at school and on the playground. This can be difficult for parents and children to navigate as it can be an...

10 Ways That Parents Can Teach Little Humans to

10 Ways That Parents Can Teach Little Humans to

It’s a sad fact that many parents today are sabotaging their child’s future without even knowing what they are doing or understanding the implications of some of their parenting...

Everything you need to know about food allergies - Today's Parent

Everything you need to know about food allergies - Today's Parent

Food allergies in kids are increasingly common—according to Food Allergy Canada, a patient education and advocacy organization, six to eight percent of kids under age three have...

How Michigan shortchanges foster children facing life as adults

How Michigan shortchanges foster children facing life as adults

How Michigan shortchanges foster children facing life as adults Michigan's nonpartisan, nonprofit news source If you care about Michigan, please support our work. Michigan...

How to Get Your Kids to Do Chores—Don't Give Up

How to Get Your Kids to Do Chores—Don't Give Up

It was 6:15 on a Tuesday night when I realized I had run out of onions. It was too late to dash to the store, so I texted a neighbor in the building for one. He messaged back...

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Talking to Toddlers: Dealing with the Terrible Twos and Beyond (home) - Talking to Toddlers

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GC Child Welfare Board looking for a few good folks to become or support foster families

GC Child Welfare Board looking for a few good folks to become or support foster families

Social media plays a part in almost every endeavor under the sun these days including helping the Grayson County Child Welfare Board keep more local foster children...

2020 New Year’s Resolutions: Changes in Practice to Benefit the Whole Child

2020 New Year’s Resolutions: Changes in Practice to Benefit the Whole Child

As we mark the end of one year and the start of another, let us take a moment to reflect on the successes of the past months. Remember the ways you connected with students, used...

Lawnmower Parents Are the New Helicopter Parents & We Are Not Here for It

Lawnmower Parents Are the New Helicopter Parents & We Are Not Here for It

This post was contributed by a WeAreTeachers community member who wishes to remain anonymous. Recently, I was called down to the main office in the middle of my planning...

Here is why we need to stop judging and mum shaming & work together!

Here is why we need to stop judging and mum shaming & work together!

OK, so as humans we sometimes judge people. But why should we? Not only can it be incredibly unfair, but it’s just not a nice trait to have. When it comes to mums, we shouldn’t...