No one wants to hear that their child is bullying others and it’s certainly not easy being told that your child is a bully. However, for the emotional and physical safety of your child and other children, it’s important that you recognize signs that your child might be bullying others.
Whether your family has a dog of their own or prefers to admire them from afar, it is important to teach your kids to be respectful and safe around dogs. Keep in mind not to leave young children unattended with any dog. Read on to learn how you can teach
Labor Day, and the long holiday weekend that accompanies it, marks the end of summer for most families. It’s the official last summer BBQ, day out by the lake or family picnic. As fun as the weekend is, accidents can happen, which is why we’ve created a list of hazards
The Fourth of July is one of the most exciting holidays of the summer. It’s a time for relaxing with family and friends, barbecues, and, of course, fireworks. However, as one of the busiest weekends in the year, there are several factors that can lead to accidents. Here are four
With the increase of electronics and online engagement, children spend less time outdoors and being physically active. Kids spend an average of 53 hours a week on entertainment media. Being active helps reduce the risk of your child developing diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure and high cholesterol while also helping
At AYSO, we believe that no child should be left unsupervised before or after a game or practice, which is why parents must not “drop” players off at the soccer fields without contact with the coach. Instead, AYSO encourages a “hand off” to occur between the parent and the coach
Brought to you by Goal Nation Youth Soccer News: While many people find a sleeping kitty cute – especially one with a soccer ball — most of us fail to recognize the importance of sleep. Here is John Gallucci, Jr. on what happens if a soccer player doesn’t get enough
It’s no surprise that the less sleep people have, the worse they are at driving a vehicle. In early December, AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety released a report suggesting “that drivers who sleep only five or six hours in a 24-hour period are twice as likely to crash as drivers who get