Does your child often hang back from enjoying themselves when an experience falls outside their comfort zone?
Parenting Our Children
Spooky Symphony – a free, frightfully entertaining Halloween concert and multimedia presentation in one – is a fangtastic gift to the community, made possible through the combined talents of the Alhambra Orchestra and the Greater Miami Youth Symphony (GMYS), and the sponsorship of The Children’s
Take a selfie with Peter Rabbit, create your own clouds or take part in a giant game of Twister: You and your kids can do all of these things and more – much, much more! – at The Children’s Trust Family Expo, now happening on Saturday, October 21.
As parents and caregivers, we do our best to shield our children from anxiety, pain, fear and disappointment. But when a big bad like a hurricane or an earthquake occurs, kids need more than the usual reassurances to make it through to the other side. The following tips can help:
When it comes to life skills and academics, fostering an interest in the arts could be the key to piloting your child toward excellence.
The recipient of the 1921 Nobel Prize for Physics who developed the theory of relativity. A civil rights activist who refused to give up her seat on the bus and became the mother of the Freedom Movement. The astronomer who discovered the law of gravity.
Why are some kids social butterﬂies while others are as quiet as church mice? How your child interacts with others is not a direct result of environment or experiences, as some might assume.