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From wooden sorting acorns that help small hands count and stack, to lace-up lessons, alphabet puzzles, and a homemade control panel so fun they won't know it's educational, here are the top toys to help your wee one successfully track from toddlerhood to preschool.
Magical Miyazaki Movies
Forget Disney and Pixar. If your family has not fully explored the magical world of anime filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki, the time has come. We round up and review the full collection so you can press play on some of the best family movies ever made!
What to Do When Your Teen Wants a Tattoo or Body Piercing
Their friends have it, they think it's cool, and they want to express themselves. Is it their personal choice, or something you should prohibit no matter what? What to do about tattoos and piercings.
20 Sweet + Unique Valentine's Day Cards Your Kids Can Make
From homemade heartbreakers to masked superhero pops, nothing says "love" (or "like") like a handmade Valentine. Here is your go-to crafty guide for making the most special Valentines in the class.
Ready, Set ... Baby's First Year!
From the first signs of communication, to the num-num-num of your baby's first food, from that first cough to your toddler's big steps: Here is your go-to guide for what to expect during baby's first year of magic and milestones.
Rethinking Ritalin: In the ADHD Battle, Who's Paying Attention Now?
Jason* puts his lunch tray down at an open spot at the table, at the edge of a happy, chatting gaggle of fellow sixth-graders. He takes his seat, hoping today will be better, hoping today will be the day he doesn’t end up eating alone. But it’s not to be.