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Thinking about adding a furry, feathery or scaly pet to the family? Read these tips on getting a family pet.

By The Goddard School • December 7th, 2018
Wondering how on earth you’re going to entertain the kids all winter now the nights are drawing in and the clocks have gone back
Then read on!
I don’t know about you but it seems infinitely easier to entertain the kids in summer, when you can throw open the back door and go to the park with the sun on your faces, than it does in winter when you’ve got to wrap them up and…

Flu season has officially arrived. Although you have taken every precaution to keep you and your family healthy, there is always a chance someone will get sick—and that someone could be you! Here are a few simple tips for getting your family through the flu with as little disruption to your daily life as possible.

hildproofing your home can be an overwhelming task. The most effective way to start is to evaluate your home, room by room, from your child’s perspective. If

Piper Montgomery is fascinated with firefighters and fire trucks, so meeting local firefighters and taking a ride on a fire truck was a dream come true for her.

By The Goddard School • March 19th, 2010
Pets enrich the lives of many children and families. While children raised with pets show many benefits, safety concerns should always be a determining factor when deciding to get or keep a pet in a family with young children
Choose wisely from breeds or species that are a good fit for your family, your home and your lifestyle…

Moving to a new home can be a difficult experience for a child, especially if it means uprooting them from a familiar town or school.

Go ahead, toy with your pumpkin carving this year—the kids will love the results. These fun pumpkin decorating ideas will get you started!

Mom Wisdom comes in many forms. Mamapedia Voices proudly showcases useful and insightful posts by selected writers, from up-and-coming mom bloggers to well-known mom experts.

Nothing says Happy Father's Day like a homemade gift from the heart! Help your child surprise Dad with one of these super special crafts this year.

The Athena Cinema announces the return of the much-loved “Beat the Heat $2 Days” summer movie series from June 23 to Aug. 5.

The Ohio University School of Music is excited to present visiting artist, and celebrated pianist, Sean Kennard for a special recital as part of the 2017 OHIO Summer Piano Camp, June 15 in Glidden Recital Hall.

Most commonly used at holiday time, family newsletters are a great way to keep family and friends both near and far up to date on all of your family’s

By The Goddard School • April 9th, 2014
Staying connected with family members who live in different parts of the country and different parts of the world is easier than ever, but young children often act shy when they are asked to come to the phone to say hello or to smile for the camera during a video call
We want to make these special times meaningful because young children benefit from their relationships with their extended family. Grandparents and other family members…

Children need to learn to manage negative emotions, and to do that, they need to experience them from time-to-time at manageable levels. The anxiety-free child

With your toddler asserting a newly discovered feeling of independence, you may find yourself at your wits’ end. Tasks that were once a piece of cake—from

By The Goddard School • November 13th, 2014
Being a new parent is an exciting, life-changing experience, but it can also be scary. After all, nobody is born knowing how to be Supermom or Superdad. Here are ten helpful tips for first-time parents
Don’t panic. Babies cry, spit up and vomit, which is usually normal. Even if you’re worried, panicking will not help because babies can pick up on anxiety, and it can upset them.
Be gentle but realistic. Supporting your newborn’s head…

Helping your baby steadily pack on the pounds during her first year of life can be tricky.

When your child's nose is stuffed up, she's coughing or her throat is so sore it hurts to swallow, push fluids. This will loosen phlegm and make it easier for your child to cough it up. "Offer your child water first, then ice pops and ginger ale. Diluted fruit juice is fine, too, in moderation," says Michele Peterson, M.D., a pediatrician with the HealthEast Woodbury Pediatric Clinic, in Woodbury, Minnesota
For a sore throat, either warm or very cold liquids are soothing as…

If your kids are practical jokers, turn this April Fools' Day into a family affair.

Take responsibility for empowering students, and avoid the schooling habits that train them to seek a single right answer instead of exploring the learning process.

Edutopia blogger Nick Provenzano believes there's more to teaching than dispensing curriculum, and he shares three practices that lead students and their families to trust him on a personal level.

March 14th or 3.14 is Pi Day. Celebrate this lovable yet irrational number – whether you have a kindergartner or a middle schooler – with these activities.

Whether you live in the snowy northeast or sunny southwest, you and your child can build (and eat!) your own yummy snowman!

We asked kids: What is true love? See their sweet answers in this Kid Talk video.

Every time my wife and I make plans for a trip that involves air travel and a rental car at our destination (which is to say, at least once or twice a month), we ask ourselves the same question: Do we rent car seats or bring our own?

Finding a best pal is part of the 3rd grade social whirl.

Marriott International (NASDAQ: MAR) announced that 2016 represented the strongest year of rooms growth in its history. Marriott opened a record 55,000 rooms in 2016, excluding the 381,000 rooms gained with the Starwood acquisition. The combined company signed 880 new hotel deals, representing nearly 136,000 rooms, under long-term management and franchise agreements, and opened over 400 …

The American Academy of Pediatrics has identified important milestones for babies age 4 months through 7 months.

Chinese New Year may be what most of us think of when we think of Asian New Year celebrations marked by dumplings, lion dances, new clothes, and feasts. I've included other Asian Lunar New Year picture books as well for those who want to explore further. My list includes: Picture Books About Families Celebrating Chinese (and Lunar) New Year Picture Books About Chinese and Lunar New Year Retold Fairy Tales with a Chinese New Year Twist Chinese New Year Craft and Activity Books…

These snow globe towns and glittering white mountains will make you forget all about summer for a while.