Whether you're packing a picnic basket or beach bag this summer, keep your family safe by following these tips.
I love summer break, but as a teacher, I am always concerned with the break in learning. For those parents with elementary-age children who want to keep the learning moving, here are some educational online options for you.
The Children's Advertising Review Unit of the Council of Better Business Bureaus (CARU) just launched a public service campaign to raise awareness about Internet safety for young'uns. The good folks at CARU told us all about it, and shared some handy safety pointers for parents to boot.
I spent the summers of my formative years (ages 12 to 18) wrapped in a sleeping bag in the dusty hills of Malibu, chasing boys and singing James Taylor songs. For me, the experience was awesome -- but sleepaway camp may not be for everyone.
Try this super-easy and fun craft with your kids. We swear: You don't have to be Martha Stewart to do it!
This backpack is perfect for the traveling family this summer!
Last year, I wrote up a vivid recollection of a nightmare plane trip with my inconsolable 2-year old. Well, a poor mom enveloped in the flames of a similar hell had to tolerate even bigger jackasses than I did -- and one of them even sprung a lawsuit on the airline!
My complaint isn't that my kids are on the Wii all the time, it's that this stupid little white box is creating all sorts of conflict in our usually-peaceful house.