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  1. Birth and Beyond
    I’m currently interviewing parents about a new app that claims to be on the cutting edge of social emotional learning and an educational app for 3-5 year olds! If you’re interested in being involved please comment below!
  2. Parenting
    Hi Moms, I’m looking feedback on my new free edu program of life hacks for kids called CREATE. It’s a series of lessons that grow mental & emotional strength, all backed by science. Lesson #1 is How to be fearless where kids learn: What fear really is, A 1 question method to judge fears, 2...
  3. Education
    Hello! :) I'm new one on this forum. Usually, I just read, but haven’t written anything yet. Now, I decided to create a post, to help my husband to get some feedback from potential users. My husband works in an IT company. He develops his own project: educational app for preschoolers from 3 to...
  4. Life with a Toddler
    Hi Parents! This is a powerful eBook I created at Uup Academy for kids to learn English and Animals. It's a very great book that many parents love for their kids. The eBook also contains Worksheets for kids hands-on activities. You can get the eBook and Worksheets here...
  5. New Member Introductions
    Thank you mothering forums to allow me join your platform...:) Here i want to share some tips regarding to kids education.That will help the kids in future.
  6. Family Life
    In a world that seems to divide more and more distinctly daily, we wonder what role 'overpraise' has in this phenomenon, and whether there really is even such a thing? We'd like to thank Joanne Blackerby for this guest post a bit back. We believe that there are truths today that are still worth...
  7. Family Life
    I don't know where I came up with it, but when I had my first child about 10 years ago I wanted to try not to use the word "no" with him. Maybe I thought that if I didn't tell him "no" then he wouldn't shout it at me. Maybe I had some misguided view about the evil nature of no that I had somehow...
  8. Toddler & Child
    I sat down to write an entirely different post this morning. And then, I stopped. It wasn't resonating with me. As I typed, my words felt utterly unimportant considering the heaviness of the past few weeks. I have a platform here and I'm choosing to use my voice --- in fact, I should have used...
  9. Toddler & Child
    In the past few months, opening myself up to life's simple joys has been absolutely mood-boosting. I don't know about you, but I've been on an emotional roller-coaster ride lately. Some days I feel energized about all of the silver linings I've found during the current pandemic, and other days...
  10. Family Life
    Creating a family meditation practice is much easier than you might imagine. And now is a perfect time to do so! I know what some of you may be thinking. "No way, no how will my child sit still for a moment, much less to meditate. Family meditation? Ha!" I hear you. I have two live-in wiggle...
  11. Toddler & Child
    Hearing your child may be 'gifted' sometimes feels like a validation that you've done something right as a parent, but the reality is, there is a big difference between bright children and truly gifted children. It doesn't mean you've done everything 'right,' any less, but it does mean that you...
  12. Family Life
    Parts By Esther Crain for Yahoo Parenting, reprinted with permission. It's no secret that too much television watching can pose dangers to small kids. Children who watch television have a higher likelihood of attention-span problems, academic difficulties, obesity, and sleep issues, according...
  13. Toddler & Child
    I decided I'm not committed to shielding my son from all things superhero. What I am committed to instead is teaching him about real life superheroes. My son is a superhero enthusiast. If he is not dressed as a superhero (which is often), he is likely pretending to be one. He portrays each...
  14. Family Life
    March is National Nutrition Month. Here are a few fun (and educational) ways to celebrate with your children. The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics dedicates each March to a national campaign encouraging nutrition education leading to informed food choices and physical activity. As a dietitian...
  15. Toddler & Child
    Making a mistake can be a truly valuable lesson-if we choose. Cultivating a growth mindset in our children will help them recover from mistakes more quickly too. My young son already loathes making mistakes. If he doesn't try to ignore the misstep altogether, he will wallow in self-pity...
  16. Breastfeeding
    Hi, My names Emily, I am currently a CNA and am wanting to get my Lactation Consultant certification. I know that I am able to do this without having a nursing degree, however after doing some looking I saw that pretty much everybody will not hire a lactation consultant if they do not have there...
  17. Toddler & Child
    One of the top inquiries I receive as a Registered Dietitian is "how can I get my child to eat more vegetables?" Luckily, I have found several amazing small businesses to recommend. An excellent strategy for raising healthy eaters is letting children play with their food. Really! In our home...
  18. Family Life
    For Homeschoolers, board games are a great way to sneak in some quality learning time while having fun. As a homeschooling parent, I'm always looking for new ways to keep my kids engaged and find fun ways of reinforcing the concepts we're working on. And as homeschooled kids, sometimes my...
  19. Toddler & Child
    In a day and age where education stakes seem higher than ever before, a school principal decided to give his students a fighting chance by helping meet basic needs. In Newark, New Jersey, Akbar Cook is the principal of West Side High School. Some of his students are from lower socio-economic...
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