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Social Studies

Social-emotional growth isn't just for kids — school can be a lot for parents, too. Here's how to focus on what really matters, and build routines and relationships that last.

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Mom Of The Year

Volunteering At School Can Be A Delight — Here's How To Make It Work For You

Four kids in, I finally figured out how to be that mom — and enjoy it.

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Meghan Markle Uses Her Car Rides With Archie As Teaching Moments

by JM Farkas

The Duchess of Sussex is a parent committed to giving back.

Back to School

7 Questions To Ask Your Child's Kindergarten Teacher

by Lindsey Nesmith

Because they have answers, and they’re happy to help.

Back To School

How To Build An After-School Routine That Works For Your Family

by Ashley Jones

Hint: An after-school snack is never a bad idea.


Yes, You Should Work On Sight Words. No, You Don't Have To Stress Out

by Tiffany Eve Lawrence

Help your kid get a leg up on learning to read.

Raising Good Humans

This Book Shows Kids How to Navigate Social Situations With Humor & Grace

by Jacqueline Burt Cote

“What Can I Say” is all about empowering kids to be good humans who can express themselves.

Raising Kids

Here Are 20 iPad Games You Can Let Your 3-Year-Old Play Guilt-Free

by Kinsey Gidick

Because sometimes you need a break.

The Fall Hustle

Back To School Is My Real New Year's

by Samantha Darby

Forget resolutions in January. September is when I really shine.


The Best Virtual After School Programs For Kids Of All Ages

by Lindsay E. Mack

STEM, coding, art, music lessons, and more are available wherever you have WIFI.


From Yuck To Yum, Kids Are Learning About Food In Almost Every Book You Read Them

by Naomi Tomky

Why this food writer skips certain lines in her kids’ favorite books.


12 Joyful Children’s Books That Explore Pronouns & Gender Identity

by Olivia Hinebaugh

What To Do & Say When Your Child Says They Hate School

by Kinsey Gidick

It’s been a tough year.