A Summer Reading For Grades 6-12

As the summer days pass by, it gets harder to maintain a schedule with your families enjoying some much-needed down time. A break from...

Summer Project: Moon Sand

As we countdown the days until the end of another school year many parents are starting to plan activities for their children for the...

Can Children Benefit from Video Games?

We’ve heard many things about how detrimental video games are to the development of young children: they affect them psychologically and physically. Children who...

A Parent’s Guide to Fun Summer Activities for Children

When faced with any sort of unstructured time, children are likely to get bored. They are also likely to let you know about it...

Using the Internet for Education

Children across the country received new computers, Kindles, iPods, iPads, and smartphones during the holiday season. There's so much talk of technology and its...

The Little Chef – Kitchen Mathematics

There are more than cooking lessons to be had in the kitchen. There are math lessons in every measuring cup. Turn your little chef into mathematicians...

Financial planning for families with autistic childern

The list of priorities for families of children with autism is long: Doctors' appointments, speech therapy sessions, social skills groups, and Individualized Education Program...

January is National Mentoring Month

Children learn from role models. They naturally watch what others are doing as they learn to find their way in the world. A role...

Tips for Keeping Your Kitchen Germ-Free

 Did you know your kitchen could actually be making you sick? That’s right – if it’s not cleaned properly, the kitchen could be host to...

Don’t Be Drowsy in the Morning, Cut Your Ambien in Half

I applaud the move by the FDA in recommending that drugmakers cut back on their dosages for the sleep medication Ambien. Related: FDA warns on...