Tag: Kids

Before Kids’ Emotions Run High, Practice These Steps During Calmer Times

The key is practice and adult support, says Hurley. “You have to practice this when they’re


How To Talk About 9/11 With A New Generation Of Kids

For children in grades three to five, Morningside recommends a brief, fact-based account of the day,


Kids In Illinois Will Soon Be Able To Take 5 Mental Health Days From School

“The younger school-age kids are more anxious about separation from their parents and caregivers,” child and


An unknown schoolgirl with a backpack hugs her knees and sits on the curb by herself at a bus stop, while the bus is parked nearby.

According to the CDC, between March and May, 2020, hospitals across the country saw a 24%


How to Choose the Best Face Mask for Your Kids

“I would advise using the most comfortable mask, but at least ensure that it’s a double-layer


How Your Kids Can Have Fun Without Stressing You Out

Problem is, many of the practices that stem from these myths are time-consuming, expensive and exhausting


Why Focusing on Healthy Habits, Not Weight Gain, Can Better Help Kids

Instead, Lutz and other experts say parents should focus on they’re supporting healthy habits in their


If You Think Your Kids Are Eating Mostly Junk Food, A New Study Finds You're Right

During the same two-decade period when the study data was collected, the consumption of unprocessed or


Kindergarten Enrollment Fell Last Year. Now Schools Wonder How Many Kids Are Coming

Garrison’s family is one of many around the country who kept their kids out of school


Striving or Thriving? Steps to Help Kids Find Balance and Purpose

When she visits classrooms around the country – this year over Zoom – teens are telling