When your child says they’re just “not good” at something, encourage them to keep trying and become more confident with this advice.
These tips will help you get your kids off their screens, make a plan for managing screen time, and encourage them to get active.
Children can begin helping in the kitchen from the time they’re toddlers. Here are some ideas for kid-friendly kitchen tasks and recipes.
Mind-body awareness, or being able to feel how your body responds to and holds onto emotions, is invaluable for people of all ages.
Participating in sports is just one way kids can grow up active and healthy. If your child isn’t into sports, try these alternative ideas.
Coaches can play a pivotal role in creating a positive social environment for their female players and making sure everyone feels supported.
Our young athletes need us more than ever to help create the right circumstances for their development during this challenging time.
Masks can make it more difficult for kids to read caregivers’ facial expressions. These tips will help you communicate with them so they feel more at ease.
Growing up, my son just wasn’t into in sports. I’ve since learned that sports are just one way to be active—and that physical activity should be enjoyable.
It’s one thing to talk about limiting screen time, but another to actually do it. So we asked our readers how you keep your kids active and off screens.