Internet Safety: 4 Techniques to Teach Kids How to Use It


The Internet can be a powerful tool for educational applications. It can sometimes be abused, however. The Internet can pose serious dangers to youngsters who are not well-versed in effective safety practices. If you want to promote safe and secure online sessions for your kids, then you need to teach them a number of effective and dependable methods. You should never take Internet safety lightly.

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Extra-Curricular Exasperation: Keeping Calm During Your Kid’s Competition Weekend

Competition weekends can be horrifying for parents. You aren’t just dealing with stress—you’re dealing with the stress of your child and possibly an entire team. Regardless of whether you are ferrying your children to sporting or performance events or even debate competitions, the weekend can be a whirlwind of forgotten bags, crying children and unexpected expenses. If you want to make these weekends a little more bearable, try following the advice below.

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Summer Swimming Ideas for Kids with Tons of Energy


Kids look forward to the summer season all year long. If you have children who are out of school for the summer and who epitomize sheer vitality, then you need to figure out positive recreational activity options for them. Focusing on summer swimming sessions can often be ideal for parents who want to handle youngsters who never cease moving around even for half a second.

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3 Back 2 School Snacks Your Kids Can Make Themselves

As the summer is coming to a close, the schools are opening back up for another year of study. As your children get older, they’ll have more responsibilities and harder lessons to learn at school. You can add on a few responsibilities at home. If you add food to a chore, most kids will be excited about it. For this school year, give your children the task of preparing their own school snacks. Consider these three to get started.

Yogurt Parfait

Yogurt parfaits are fun to make because of the layers. Once your child picks out their favorite granola and toppings from the store, you can let them have a ball with their mixture. Provide clear plastic bowls so they can see the layers they’re creating. Provide toppings like fresh blueberries, strawberries and blackberries. They can add layers until they’ve filled the bowl. Just make sure the bowl isn’t too big. The last thing you’d want is a full belly from a snack.
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Teaching Your Children Good Oral Hygiene

The struggle is real for millions of parents who fight the same battle twice a day. Getting your kids to brush their teeth can be a real challenge, but it’s one that must be overcome. Nearly half of all American children have some form of tooth decay between ages 2 and 11. This is why it’s never too early to start encouraging your family members to practice proper oral hygiene. The sooner they do, the more likely they’ll have strong, healthy teeth. 

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Smiles for Miles: How to Teach Your Kids a Reliable Oral Health Regimen

Oral health is an important part of your child’s health. Cavities, premature decay, and other dental issues can make eating uncomfortable for your child. In addition, poor dental hygiene can lead to cosmetic issues, both now and when their permanent teeth erupt. Instilling good oral hygiene habits is an important part of parenting but it can also be very challenging. Implementing some or all of these ideas can help ensure your child develops the habits they needs to keep their smile healthy for a lifetime. Continue reading “Smiles for Miles: How to Teach Your Kids a Reliable Oral Health Regimen”

5 Benefits of Aromatic Therapy for Children

Aromatic therapy or Aromatherapy is a natural and remedial modality of holistic healing that has been in use for thousands of years. It has been known to have overall benefits for emotional, mental and physical health. It is often used as an alternative technique to aid medical treatments. Its origins have been traced back to ancient civilizations including Greeks, Egypt, China and it has also been an essential part of Ayurvedic practices in India. The most common ailments that are treated with aromatherapy are pain relief, anxiety management, mood enhancement, inducing deep relaxation and to fight harmful microbes that cause illness. 

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Screen Savers – 5 Strategies to Get Your Kids Off Their Devices

It’s a conflict many parents today are a lot more familiar with than they’d like to be; peeling the kids away from the screen. Whether it’s the television screen, smartphone, tablet, video game console or a combination of screens, the struggles are real. Here are five strategies to help you get your kids off their devices and back to reality.

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Planning for the Future: 4 Things Parents Should Think About Now

Being a parent is all about planning. Your mind is always one step ahead when you have kids, even if it’s just figuring out what you’ll put in their lunch bags tomorrow. Parenthood changes your perspective on everything because your future is no longer just about yourself.

More than anyone else in the whole world, you want your child to thrive and succeed. In order to give them the best possible start to their lives, here are some important things to be thinking about now.

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