Do you entertain your kids with chess camp, art school, cooking classes, or tennis lessons during the unstructured summer months? Or perhaps all of them? There are activities and summer camps galore to
Put your scroll saw skills to the test and make this cork world map that turns geography into a work of art. Maps are fun to look at, but the cheap paper variety don't always make the best decor. Try a
According to "protective" mothers and their legal and psychological advocates, all of whom spoke at the Battered Mothers Custody Conference in Albany in May, this crisis has only deepened. If a battered
The Common Core Standards were officially launched in 2009. The 2016 high school graduating class was in fifth grade. In June 2010 the final Common Core Standards were released to the public and state
It's not just younger kids that need a parent who's present. Many mothers look forward to maternity leave -- assuming they get it -- but I have to admit that those periods were not the best times of my
This is what’s worrying. Homework does have an impact on young students, but it’s not a good one. A child just beginning school deserves the chance to develop a love of learning. Instead, homework at young
Whisper the words natural deodorant around the Vogue offices and you’ll set off a debate on its degree of effectiveness compared with extra-strength drugstore brands (whose aluminum-based formulas have
For an act as seemingly simple as roasting vegetables (we even told you you could it without a recipe!), there sure are a lot of ways to go about it. But is there one way that's better than the others?
The way you speak not only affects how others perceive you; it also has the potential to shape your behavior. Swapping one word for another could make all the difference in how you approach your goals.
By Katie Hurley Recently, my son took an unexpected ball to the face during his soccer game. This is frequent in U7 (under 7) soccer, but it hurts just the same. He walked off the field with his head his
To get to the bottom of this mystery, Mitja Back and colleagues recently conducted a study in which they tracked changes in popularity over several time points. They drew on their new theory of narcissism,
I wanted badly to be a mother and I love my children to pieces (girls aged three, six, and a 10-year-old boy), but I am so exhausted that I wake up in the morning dreading the day ahead. I know all the
“I think homeschoolers are perceived to be religious types who don’t want kids exposed to the world—that’s how I perceived homeschool before I looked into it,” she says. “I know that my own impression