Unpacking Back-to-School Feelings

You can be both nervous and excited at the thought of your child walking into a classroom with their peers, and so can your child. Here’s how to navigate those big emotions.

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My Kids Kept Having Tantrums & This Is How We Fixed It

Children naturally act out to test their boundaries and to learn more about life. When they do, it’s our job to figure out the underlying cause and help address the issue.

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TikTok’s New Features Help Your Family Combat Cyberbullying

New updates streamline comment management and guide on bullying prevention.

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Grab LEGO’s New Rainbow Set Just in Time for Pride Month

Everyone is Awesome will be available to buy starting June 1!

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11 Ways to Build Resiliency in Children

“Resilience is the foundation of a child’s mental health, confidence, self-regulation, stress management and response to difficult events—like the pandemic.”

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Answer What They Did at School Today

“As parents, we so desperately want to hear what happened during the day and share in their joy or support their tough times. But when all they say is, ‘Nothing’ we understandably may feel a bit frustrated.”

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New Research Finds *This* Is the Best Place in the World to Raise a Child

This new survey shows how parents in America feel about raising children.

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Your Daughter Needs to Hear You Say These 8 Things

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In the midst of all the carpools and soccer practices and dance lessons and schoolwork and constant swirl of activity with busy families, there are words. Conversations. Discussions. And lots and lots of opportunities for…

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This Is the Most Planned Family Vacation for 2021 (According to Experts)

Are you already dreaming about your post-pandemic trip?

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Is a Video Game the Key to Identifying ADHD in Kids? This Study Says Yes

A new study claims to have developed a video game that allows the identification and evaluation of the degree of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents

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Looking for a Remote Career? These Are the Top Skills You’ll Need

FlexJobs and PAIRIN pinpoints the soft skills you need for success.

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For Children, Wearing a Mask Is an Emotional Challenge

“Here are four things that you can do to support the healthy social and emotional development of young children during the pandemic.”

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The Office’s Lindsey Broad Chats with Us on Motherhood

We’re interviewing Power Parents who in our opinion, are killing it. From the board room to the changing room, these moms are filling us in on everyday life of how they juggle it all.
Today we’re interviewing Lindsey Broad –…

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5 Easy Ways to Volunteer as a Family, Even with a Busy Family Schedule

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Much has been written about the over-scheduled child. Family calendars are packed with so many extra-curricular and enrichment activities, it’s a wonder that children have time to eat, sleep and finish homework. And while kids…

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Study Shows Children With Autism & ADHD May Be Able to Be Identified Earlier

Kids will benefit from early assessment and interventions.

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Bring Sesame Street to Life with Magna-Tiles

The creative possibilities are endless.

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Study Shows IMDb & Rotten Tomatoes Users Prefer Different Movies

The team set out to find out the most divisive titles in each category.

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We’re Hiring: Growth Marketing Manager, Special Projects (Remote Position!)

The Tinybeans marketing team is a scrappy group of fast-moving, data-driven and creative thinkers who nurture and grow Tinybeans and Red Tricycle users across all platforms. The Growth Marketing Manager is a contract role that will help to drive top-of-funnel…

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The Pre-Reading Skill You Never Knew Your Child Needed

“Understanding this skill and intentionally practicing it will equip you with what you need to set your child up for reading success…and some fun!”

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Pier 1 Imports to Close All Stores Nationwide

Pier 1 is still accepting orders on its website.

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Are You Only Allergic to Male Dogs? There’s a Test for That

Thirty percent of allergy sufferers only have reactions to male dogs.

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Which Disney Character Are You? There’s an Instagram Filter for That

Have you discovered which Disney character you are yet?

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Here’s How LEGOLAND New York Can Make You into a Minifigure

LEGOLAND wants to show you what you’d look like as a minifigure!

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“Sesame Street” Is Launching an Arabic Series to Help Refugee Children

“Sesame Street” has partnered with the International Rescue Committee to bring the show and a special message to refugee children.

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These New Board Books Reimagine Classic Bedtime Stories with Diverse Characters

These beautiful board books breathe new life into timeless tales.

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10 Steps to Climb Out of Your Career Funk

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Dear Confessional,
For most of my life I’ve been at war with my eyeballs. Sometimes at night, I fight my eyes to uncross, focus, and reopen during a strange bobble-head battle when I’ve worked too many hours during…

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Does All That Mental Clutter Bring You Joy? How to KonMari Your Mind

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Everywhere I turn these days, someone is talking about Tidying Up with Marie Kondo. The first time this happened was in 2014 when Marie Kondo’s infamous book hit shelves and the Minimalist podcast captured the…

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10 Tips for Moms (Yes Moms!) Going Back to School

Going back to school as an adult can be scary but rewarding. These tips will help you get ready for your first day and help prepare you for success.

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Why Is This Mom Wearing a Sunflower Lanyard?

This is more than just a fashion statement.

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