How to still make the day special When you’re a kid, birthdays are a special event…something you anticipate all year long. Kids count down the months and days until they’re one year older. Coronavirus has forced many families to cancel their Spring Break plans, but birthdays shouldn’t also need to be put on hold. Here
By Heidi Alene Harris, Ph.D. in Early Childhood Education Children are like sponges and even if we do not realize they are listening, they absorb everything they hear. We know that the focus of every current adult conversation is the COVID-19. You cannot go anywhere without the topic coming up in conversation, hearing it on
As Ohio students face three weeks–or more–of no school due to safety precautions to prevent the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19), feeding kids in need has become a top priority for the Toledo area community, and the city has banded together. Private businesses have graciously offered to provide free meals, and school districts are offering grab-and-go meal options for students.
By Dr. Daneen Skube Tribune Content Agency Q: I have kids and worry about how to prepare them for the work world. How do you suggest parents talk to children about careers, education and goal-setting? A: I suggest to parents that they have lots of conversations about the difference between social myths and workplace reality.
Life is expensive. Life with kids is even more expensive. So how do some parents who rely on one income not only survive, but still find ways to create a happy, well-rounded life for their families?