Back-to-School Special Feature!
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North Texas Kids Special Feature on DFW Area Businesses for Back-to-School
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Understanding the Power Mean Girls Have Over Your Tween
March 27, 2016 – 8:44 pm | No Comment
Understanding the Power Mean Girls Have Over Your Tween

Understanding Why Queen Bees are Able to Hold Court: The Reality of Tween Mean Girls
 
There is a lot of discussion out there about ‘mean girls.’ This focus is indeed warranted, as girls tend to be …

How to Integrate Learning into Your Child’s Day
March 21, 2016 – 12:52 pm | No Comment
How to Integrate Learning into Your Child’s Day

Ways to Contribute to Your Child’s Learning Experience
The rate at which children learn and develop is staggering – especially in the first five years of a child’s life. Did you know that 90% of a …

Path to Toddler’s First Steps
June 29, 2015 – 2:51 pm | No Comment
Path to Toddler’s First Steps

Your Infant’s Path to the First Steps
Every childhood milestone is important from an infant’s first time rolling over to the first day of preschool, parent’s love to see their child growing and learning. Since every …

Does Your Child Have a Hidden Visual Spatial Challenge?
May 26, 2015 – 10:29 am | No Comment
Does Your Child Have a Hidden Visual Spatial Challenge?

Psychologist Shares 3 Therapeutic Activities for Kids with Visual Spatial Issues
Most children learn in infancy that they can grab a familiar treat and put it in their mouth, and the good taste will make them …

How to Help Your Child Get Over a Fear of the Dark
May 18, 2015 – 6:31 pm | No Comment
How to Help Your Child Get Over a Fear of the Dark

Fear of the Dark:
Rite of Passage or Destructive Emotion?
If you go to the library to find some resources on helping your children get over the fear of the dark; you’ll probably be hard pressed to …

Make Math Fun with Math Games
February 24, 2014 – 1:50 pm | No Comment
Make Math Fun with Math Games

Giving your child math lessons on the run with fun math games

Guest post by Kids ‘R’ Kids
Children, oftentimes, are able to recognize and recite numbers but their comprehension of numbers is rather limited. More specifically, …

What Brain Research Can Show About How Your Child’s Brain Develops
January 9, 2014 – 6:52 am | No Comment
What Brain Research Can Show About How Your Child’s Brain Develops

The New GPS for Parents: Finding Guidance in Brain Research
by JoAnn Deak, Ph.D.
It has become a common statement emanating from the mouths of parents: I wish my teen came with an owner’s manual! For years …

How to Help Your Child Develop Better Thinking Skills
December 9, 2013 – 5:05 pm | One Comment
How to Help Your Child Develop Better Thinking Skills

Using Questions to Help Kids Develop Better Thinking Skills
 
Guest post by Kids ‘R’ Kids
Early childcare researchers have learned a lot about the ways the brain functions in very young children. Many parents, as a result, …

Night Time Potty Training Tips
July 18, 2013 – 12:41 pm | No Comment
Night Time Potty Training Tips

How to Potty Train Your Child at Night
Guest post from  Zazoo Kids, the makers of the kids sleep photo clock.
Trying to get your child through the night without getting wet? Here are some tips that …

Help Your Child Develop Independence
February 18, 2013 – 6:03 am | No Comment
Help Your Child Develop Independence

How to Recognize When Your Child Needs Independence
Guest post by Kids ‘R’ Kids of Dallas/Fort Worth
A child developing his or her own independence is inevitable, though you might be surprised at how early it starts. …