Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
A week's worth of fun, inexpensive ways to shower your child's favorite teacher with gratitude.
Multitasking includes talking on the phone, texting or changing a DVD or CD.
Keeping your child's sweet tooth satisfied may be the road to a healthier diet. Confused? It's time to put aside the dietary rules you've been clinging to for too long.
Dance video will prevent 33 high school students from going to prom and walking at graduation.
Queens public school adopts 100 percent vegetarian menu.
Previous studies have found an association between exposure to road traffic and aircraft noise at school and child learning problems.
Linguist John McWhorter argues that texting is expanding vocabulary rather than replacing it.
Ohio middle schooler writes and performs a crowdsourcing rhyme to explain her project and ask for funding.
New survey finds that 70 percent of teens want to see more efforts to prevent teen pregnancy in their communities.
Kids can take Energy Star's energy-saving pledge for a change to win tickets to the new movie, 'Epic' and see their story in lights in Times Square.
Kids can win a $10,000 scholarship and a trip to San Diego for their backyard game ideas.
Projects like Truce 2020 in England seek to educate children about non-confrontational resolutions to conflicts to encourage a more peaceful tomorrow.
New data shows that children who regularly get outdoors are healthier than kids who don't.
Not sure how to celebrate Earth Day with your family? Here are 22 eco-savvy ideas to get you started.
Green moms from around the Web share their plans for celebrating Earth Day this year.
Green parenting author on raising eco-friendly kids.