The big transition into middle school has finally put conversations about smart phones, social media, online safety, in our lap. Here are my updated recommendations for using a Technology Contract to talk with your tweens/teens about tech safety.
There seems to be no way to avoid the bile coming out of Trump’s mouth. So, while we’re talking about it… let’s use this as an opportunity to fight back agains rape culture by discussing these things with our kids.
Recommendations for Teachers and Parents Many students (and adults) suffer from anxiety. Fortunately, when I was a teacher, I always had my parents as a
Share these great videos with your kids to think about our their sugar intake and healthy eating. Are you up for the challenge?
Who would have thought our family would be getting into skateboarding? That I would associate girls and skateboarding? Not me.
The Stanford rape case has triggered more than outrage — it has triggered many of us to reflect on our own experiences around sexual assault. This story resonates even more for me as a mother.
Parents need to partner with schools in helping kids make healthy food choices. Here are ideas to get your family cooking kid-friendly snacks for your next class party.
Healthy “choices” aren’t available for many low-income families in our country. What are you doing to help children at your child’s school?
My girls and I decided to do a real world math assignment to figure out just how much sugar was in the “goody bags” they brought home from a school birthday celebration. Here’s what we learned about math and healthy eating along the way.
Did you know that every year suicide claims more lives than war, murder, and natural disasters combined, and yet suicide prevention doesn’t get anywhere near the funding given to other leading causes of death? Here’s how you can help.