Where teens hang out
It’s 9:00 pm on a Saturday. Do you know what your teen is up to? Maybe yes, maybe not exactly. Here's what to know before you overreact.
What you need to know about applying to college early decision and early action
Applying for early admission means better chances of getting in, but it's important to understand what teens are getting — and maybe losing — by going this route.
9 curiosity killers
Are you unintentionally stifling your child’s drive to learn?
8 ways to trick 'em out of those treats
Don't want your kids eating all that candy? We asked parents for their best advice.
The 6th grade identity crisis
There are a few surprising things you should (and shouldn’t) do to help your child get through this developmentally dramatic year.
Seventh grade: The worst year ever.
Did you hate seventh grade? You're not alone. But as a parent, there's plenty you can do to make seventh grade better for your child.
Why we should let our kids be bored
When her child complains, "I'm bored," this mom no longer suggests activities to cure the ennui. Here, she explains why those moments should be treasured.
A letter to my kindergarten daughter
A mother's open letter to her daughter on the first day of school promises to help her discover her capability and resilience.
Graduating from kindergarten?!
One mom takes on the pomp and circumstance around her child's transition to first grade.