Garden of eatin'
Teach your preschooler where her food comes from and give her a taste for science.
5 strategies for dealing with your child's "bad" behavior
Does it seem like your child is being stubborn or ignoring you on purpose? Learn how to better understand and cope with his behavior.
Connect food and literature
Connecting food with literature is a delicious way to engage your fourth and fifth grader's language art skills.
Plant parts salad
How you can help at home: Make a healthy salad out of plant parts.
Physical health: the media link to obesity, risky diets
How can your child's media consumption affect her health? It can contribute both to obesity and to eating disorders. Here's how parents can encourage a healthy media diet.
Helping teens with LD develop a healthy, balanced lifestyle
Learn why many teens with learning disabilities and AD/HD struggle to achieve a healthy, balanced life.
Making Bread: A Tasty Way to Do Science
Making bread provides opportunities to measure, question and observe.
Write a recipe
Writing out a recipes is a fun way to connect language arts skills to daily life for second- and third-graders.
Follow a recipe
How you can help at home: Cooking with your child helps build skills in reading directions and measurement.
How You Can Help at Home: Skipping is more than child's play. It's crucial for development. Here's how parents can help.
It worked: getting help to deal with a child's aggression
What felt like a drastic measure to these weary parents, turned out to be just the right approach.
Healthy breakfasts for healthy minds
Eating a healthy breakfast can help your child maintain focus on learning throughout the day.
Bright ideas from our readers: family fitness
A family bike ride or walk in the neighborhood are easy ways to stay fit together.