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Searching for New Reads This Summer? We’ve Got a Few

School’s out...and nothing keeps kids busy during downtime like a good book. We’ve got book reviews for kids…(and more for teens and adults coming too!) Reviews by Y. Berman We’re excited to bring you a...

How to Be a Good Carpooler

Some people dread carpools. And with good reason. It’s not just the traffic.   It’s a blessing to be in a group with mature, responsible moms with whom you get along. But just in case,...

BFF: 5 Ways to Help Your Preschooler Make Friends at School

Even if you’re not there with her, your interactions with your child could encourage her to form new friendships   By Shiffy Friedman, MSW At my daughter’s kindergarten orientation this year, she was surprised to discover that,...
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How to Make Money While Reading Books

Summer reading program freebies  Some people have a hard time getting their kids to read, especially over summer vacation. And then there are those kids who love reading. No matter your child’s reading personality, here...

Sneaky Ways to Give Your Kids a Bit More Knowledge – Part 3

  Fill their minds with informative, engaging, and enlightening...books! Books. Obviously books play a large part in educating our children. But there are some books out there that are more fun to read than others. There...
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Searching for New Reads For Your Children and Teens? We’ve Got a Few.

Nothing keeps kids busy during downtime like a good book. We’ve got book reviews for kids and teens (and little ones too)!   Reviews by Y. Berman The summer may be over, but kids always need a...
Temper Tantrum Brewing? Four Ways to Diffuse or Avoid ‘Em

Temper Tantrum Brewing? Four Ways to Diffuse or Avoid ‘Em

  There might be nothing you can say that will quiet that screaming child in the throes of a tantrum. But you can handle the situation, no prob.   By Sarah Massry   Some mothers, while in the...

Why I Will Never Drive a Minivan

People tell me it’s inevitable. I say not. No, I will never drive a minivan, and it’s not because I’m so tied to the need to feel like a young and hip mom. I just...
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 What is a Fidget Spinner and Why Do My Kids Want One?

As I write this, my son is twirling something on his finger and counting 36...37...38..   During the week before Pesach, a couple of days before school was out, my kids, like thousands others, came home...

What Do You Do When Your Child Needs to Wear an Eye Patch?

  The struggles, the bribes, the fights...it’s not easy to convince a child to keep one eye covered for hours. Here’s how we turned patch time into quality time.   By Atara Sternbuch   My son was 4...
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