Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
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Seattle's Pacific Science Center softens the lights and sounds of interactive exhibits to accommodate children who are easily overstimulated.
To earn their high school diplomas, students must pass the the same test given to those seeking U.S. citizenship.
Hint: New study says it's not just about test scores.
Using a blank white napkin as a canvas, Nina Levy doodles creative mashups and whimsical scenes that are sure to make her kids smile.
Study shows students who eat lunch after recess eat more fruits and veggies each day.
Researchers are surprised to learn that asking participants to repeatedly review their breakups helped them to heal faster.
Whether it's from the glowing screen or the buzz of incoming messages, kids who sleep near their phones lose out.
Netflix will save the day for parents everywhere who want to go to bed a little early.
In the U.S., it's cookies and milk, but around the world, children leave other treats for St. Nick as he makes his journey around the globe.
United Airlines donates jets and employees volunteer time to take children to see Santa.
Ever wonder how many balloons it would take to lift you off the ground? Erik Roner just found out.
Wallflower children may just need a little extra TLC.
The organization has revamped everything from badges to cookie sales to try to be more relevant.
Not only do two-thirds of the children's movies feature a character dying, but those characters are 2.8 times more likely to be murdered than characters in movies for grown-ups.
Author of parenting books blogs about raising children and health issues.