Making friendship treasure boxes is a fun (and easy) way for the preschool set to practice listening and learn empathy — two skills they'll need in kindergarten.
Kathryn Lee from Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence talks about why it's important for kids to have a feeling words vocabulary.
How are you feeling? Robin Stern from Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence explains how to really answer that question.
Carol Lloyd, Executive Editor of GreatSchools and mother of two, challenged her daughters to try "blueprinting" to solve their conflict.
House rules constantly being broken? Try creating a Family Charter instead.
Being friends with different groups can be complicated. Here's how to help your daughter manage friendships.
Learn what being "gaslighted" means and what your daughter can do about it.
You want the bickering to stop now, but here's why it's worth listening when your kids fight.
Dread dealing with your child's homework? Try using this expert's tip.
Does your child ever struggle with homework? Many do. And there’s actually a lot you can do to help. Start by watching this video with your child.
Instead of blowing up when they get her order wrong, a mom uses the Meta-Moment tool from Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence.
Next time you want to yell at your kids, try this instead.