Kids might not like eating healthy, but here’s two things they do like: prizes and smiley faces.
Last week, 25 to 50 juveniles caused a disturbance at the location.
Babies are now swiping and scrolling on tablets and smartphones before they can walk.
In the digital age, kids are signed up for cell phone plans and social media accounts before they hit puberty. Local mom-turned-author Jenn Cannon says her book acts as a guide to help kids navigate the high-tech tools.
The American Academy of Pediatrics just released a study that claims kids are not only vulnerable to forgetting what they learned in school, but also to weight gain.
We all have tales of bears or snakes, cougars and deer. But those are one at a time, and that’s why I like zoos. You get a world of fascinating animals in one place, and you don’t even have to run away!
Kids have claimed to be drowning in a sea of homework for decades, but a new study seems to have found both the ideal amount and way to do the work for academic success.
Hop over to one of these egg-cellent family-friendly Easter events happening in Philadelphia this spring.
With parents more involved in guiding their kids, there’s a temptation for parents to get over-involved in their children’s sports and provide pressure.
Children exposed to smoking may have a higher risk of heart disease later in life.
Parents or caregivers, do you often find yourself on your smartphone when you’re out to eat with your kids? A new study says your children are noticing and they could be acting out because of it.
Escape the winter weather by thinking about summer camp options at the MetroKids Summer Camp Fair or learn more about Scottish culture at the Up Helly AA Day celebration at the Garden State Discovery Museum, along with lots more for the whole family!
You’ve probably seen the Talking Tom app if you have kids. My Talking Angela builds on that, in a way that is geared to young girls.
Work together with your child to create homemade gifts for others.
Put down the cheeseburger: New research shows kids who eat fast food regularly perform worse in school than children who don’t.