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What Experts Say about Anxiety & Kids

How you can best validate your kid’s feelings—the physical, emotional, and the connection between them—according to the experts.

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Teaching Children to Be a Spark of Good

Fostering conversations with children about real-life scenarios, along with modeling acts of kindness and selflessness, will help children prioritize empathy in their own lives.

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Instagram Just Announced New Features to Majorly Upgrade Privacy for Teens

Three new features will make it safer for teens on the massively popular platform.

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20 Easy Ways to Tell Kids You’re Proud of Them

Any parent can share these simple words of encouragement and small acts of kindness.

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5 Ways to Help Kids Understand Money

We’ve got a few simple ways master the money game with your mini crew!

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How I’m Helping to Change Books for the Better

“As a mom of a biracial son, my mission of publishing diverse books is that much more important. I don’t want him to feel as I did growing up. I want him to be proud of who he is and where he came from.”

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Helping Kids & Teens Understand Alzheimer’s Disease

“How you can help your kids better understand Alzheimer’s and how the disease will change their relationship with the affected relative.”

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Safety Tips for Teens This Summer

“​​​​​​​Ultimately, you want your teenager to have fun during the summer. But before summer break begins, have these conversations with them to create a safety plan to make this one the best one yet.”

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Sesame Workshop Wants to Introduce Your Kiddo to the ABC’s of Racial Literacy

The new program explains race and issues surrounding racism in ways young child can understand.

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Here’s How to Explain Pi with Pie

Today is Pi Day (3.14). Watch this cute video to help you teach your kiddos all about it, with pie!

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Why Raising Generous Kids Just Might Save Us All

We live in a hectic culture. Here are tips for slowing down and helping kids appreciate the good things in life.

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Incredible Products Helping Kids Adjust to Pandemic Life

“If you’re still trying to find ways to teach your children about COVID-19 and help them adjust, then take a look at these fun items.”

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The Joys of Motherhood?

“The screaming, the hitting. Every. Single. Day. It makes you wonder why the hell you ever wanted kids in the first place.”

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8 Cooking Skills Your Child Should Learn by the Age of 10

“When you teach your children the skills they need so they don’t injure themselves in the kitchen, and you will be nurturing their love of cooking and food alike.”

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How to Teach Your Kids Valuable Financial Lessons at Every Age

“Here’s how to make sure you’re financially stable and teach your kids money lessons, from year one to 10.”

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A Different Kind of Grief

“We aren’t physically suffering a loss. We suffer the loss of a dream we had. We have missed expectations and missed experiences.”

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How to Explain Veterans Day to Kids

This is how to explain what Veterans Day is all about.

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How to Help Young Kids (& You) Navigate This Election

“No matter your political beliefs, here are 5 ways to approach the election that are supportive of young kids, and that will likely feel supportive of you, too.”

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New Mask Styles Are Now Available at Carter’s

Five adorable patterns are ready to shop!

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Kindergarten Teacher Makes Video to Explain Racism to Children

She explained racism in a way young children could understand.

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6 Tips to Help Teach Financial Independence to Kids

“The greatest gift you can give your kids is to help them pave a path to financial independence.”

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We Talk News with Kids. This Is How We’re Talking about Racism

“While we can’t control what happens in the news, we can, hopefully, shape the future. We hope these resources help explain what is happening to young children and open the world to honest conversations.”

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“The Week Junior” Offers Free Resource for Kids About the Protests

The magazine’s mission is to report on what is happening in the world, in an age-appropriate manner.

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This Video Simply Explains Systemic Racism

This short video will help you gain a better understanding.

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Warning: These Classic Movies Include Racist Stereotypes

Our friends at Common Sense Media pulled together a list of classic movies that bolster negative perceptions, justify prejudice, and reinforce unsympathetic views about particular groups that make them absolutely cringe-worthy today.

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How to Educate your Children on Riots & Protests

What’s on the news can be scary to kids but not talking to them about it can be even scarier. Mom, educational psychologist and parenting expert Reena B. Patel weighs in.

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Sink, Swim & Float! 6 Sensational Science Experiments

Take their love of boats to the next level with these cool experiments you can easily do right at home.

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Make Mine a Double (Helix): DNA Fun with Kids

Today is National DNA Day. Embrace your unique genetic code and teach the kiddos what life is really all about using our fun tips and tricks.

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This FREE Book Will Help Your Kids Deal with Fears & Anxiety Around Coronavirus

This free book will help your kids deal with their fears and concerns in a healthy way.

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What This Quarantined Parent Wants Teachers to Know

“See, I don’t care if you teach my kids one more thing this semester, and this is why: Just by showing up, by checking in, by caring enough to do this freaking impossible job—you’ve already taught them the only things I really wanted them to get out of school.”

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Get Lost At The Smithsonian with TEG Virtual Field Trips

Players progress through games by uncovering clues and solving puzzles.

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How to Talk to Children about the Coronavirus

Provide them with facts and reassurance in a calm manner. 

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