Lying in Younger Kids: Why it Happens and What to Do About It
When preschoolers lie, it can be both a hilarious and disconcerting experience. The good news is that it is actually a normal developmental milestone. Read why lying happens and what parents can do about it.
9 Questions to Ask When You Suspect Your Preschooler May Have ADHD
How can parents tell if their preschooler's behavior is “typical” or if there is an underlying neurodevelopmental issue like ADHD? Answer these 9 questions.
Daily Reading to Kids: 7 Tips for Fitting it In and Making it Count
Daily reading to kids is incredibly important -- but can feel daunting. Learn how to fit it in and make it effective each day.
Preschool: A Child’s First Step to Health and Success
Children in some neighborhoods in Cincinnati can expect to live 20 years less than peers in other neighborhoods. Preschool can change that.
Understanding and Help Managing Preschool Temper Tantrums
If we can understand why preschool temper tantrums happen, we will be more likely to prevent and manage them. A child psychologist offers tips.
A Mother’s 5 Rules of Target
I am no stranger to public meltdowns. My toddler and preschooler are highly energetic, independent and let’s face it – a little wild. They’re qualities that I love and will certainly
Activities That Will Keep Your 4-year-old’s Attention
These simple, fun activities will help keep your 4-year-old’s attention. Numbers and Stickers Materials You Will Need: 55 stickers, marker, paper What To Do: This counting activity will help
3 tips to help your two-year-old share their feelings
These simple activities can be done with your children to share quality time and help them better express their feelings.