Art Exhibit
Creating an Art Smart Kid

BY JULIE GREEN AND PAMELA LE KRISULEWICZ The parents and children marched through the galleries, eyes straight ahead, not daring to talk or glance aro…

Cultural Diversity
Cultural Diversity for Kids

BY SUSAN K. PERRY, PH.D. How can you help your child gain an appreciation for cultural diversity before prejudice takes hold? Here are ways to do that…

Georgia Family
Is Your Child Too Busy?

BY CHRISTIE DEL AMO JOHNSON What about those extracurricular activities? All parents are eager to stop over-scheduling their children as long as their…

Georgia Family
How to Foster Your Child’s Talent

Childhood is a time of dreams and possibilities, so it’s important that parents encourage their children’s innate talents to help them develop and bui…

Martial Arts
Celebrating Martial Arts

BY JAMIE LOBER  When you think of martial arts, super powers, extreme strength and incredible flexibility may come to mind. However, this does not hav…

Out of Control
Help, My Family’s Out of Control

Ways to Overhaul the Whole Household  If your kids are running amok, back-talking, and generally ill-behaved, don’t despair. David and Andrea Reiser s…

Child Conservationist
The Child Conservationist

BY TERRA WELLINGTON Ideas to capitalize on your child’s natural inclination to show their love for nature One of the sweetest things about children is…

Toddlerdom
Transition into Toddlerdom

Kids transition from babies to toddlers during the second year of life, as tentative first steps give way to confident walking. As your toddler starts…