Make spicy crafts
Help first- and second-graders celebrate the holidays (and learn about the spice wars!) with delicious-smelling decorations.
Autism tips for the holidays
A mother of a child with autism has the lowdown on surviving the holidays.
Great learning gifts you won't see on TV
From a rainbow maker to games that stretch the mind, these learning gifts will provide hours of fun while boosting your child's brain.
Preserving your family stories
A family gathering during the holidays is an ideal time to record your family's stories.
Create crayon ornaments
Turn your preschooler's favorite writing utensil into a colorful keepsake.
Create lapel pins
Your second- or third-grader can discover wearable art with this chic activity.
Family holiday projects
Create holiday gifts and projects with your children by following our readers' tips.
Beating the winter blahs
Here are tips to avoid the all-too-familiar whines of "There's nothing to do!"
5 tips to reduce stress in the last days of school
The last days of school can stretch the family budget and stress the savviest parents. But with a little planning, you can relax and enjoy the season of school plays, class parties and graduations.
5 tips for a healthy holiday
Try these tips to help your family stay healthy this holiday season.
Surviving family gatherings with a special needs child
If you and your child feel misunderstood at family gatherings, you're not alone. Read these real-life insights and strategies.