Despite increased awareness, bullying continues to be a problem with children at all ages. Research by the National Center for Educational Statistics has confirmed that one-third of all kids are bullied at school each day and this torment can continue onto the soccer fields. Bullying can have long-term effects on
Though it’s never an easy thing to talk about, the best way to protect your child from a dangerous person is to prepare them. Talk about safety openly with your kids so they’re more likely to come to you if something feels wrong. Here are five smart tips to keep
When it comes to carpooling and overnight travel arrangements, parents will want to be aware and vigilant when deferring driving, caretaking and chaperoning responsibilities to other parents. Here are 10 simple tips and best practices to ensure everyone has a fun and safe experience: 1. Always make arrangements with parents
All adults need to be respectful of a child’s personal space, particularly when it’s not their own child. There are times when contact with a child in the form of a hug or even fixing her socks can result in uncomfortable feelings from the child, her parents or other families.