It can be intimidating as a parent to think that helping teach our children STEM concepts is another thing added to our lengthy to-do list.
The good news is, you are probably already doing activities that teach STEM skills and the ones you are not doing yet can be easy and fun to engage in with your kids!
Manners (or courtesy) are important in society and although saying please and thank you is part of that, it is more about teaching our children the rules of social interaction and giving them the tools to get along with others in life.
Your relationship with your family is the most important thing in your life. As much as we all hate the word “resolution”, improving the way you interact with your children in 2023 should be a top priority (and it’s easy with these tips).
Although excess screen time (like too much of anything) can be negative, we often overlook the fact that technology will be a huge part of our children’s professional and personal lives as they grow up. Learning how to navigate that technology is beneficial to our children and should not be seen as a strictly negative activity.
Studies have shown that caring for a dog, cat, or other animal can help relieve depression and anxiety, lower stress, and improve a child’s
overall health. Starting children off by introducing them to a furry friend
that they can love for years to come has a number of benefits.