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“Our job as parents isn’t to provide certainty in a time of uncertainty. Our job is to help kids tolerate the uncertainty,” explains Jerry Bubrick, PhD, a clinical psychologist at the Child Mind Institute. Getting kids, regardless of age, involved in problem-solving
Many of you may be in the process of figuring out how to homeschool your kids for the first time. While it may be overwhelming, daunting, and exciting, you may need some tips to help get you settled on a routine. Read on for advice
According to the most recent data from Pew Research Center, 80 percent of all parents with a child age 11 or younger said their child watches videos on YouTube, and 53 percent noted that their child does this daily. But given
If you’re still looking for safe, fun things for your kid to do and your kiddo is climbing the walls, maybe a virtual field trip is in order. Even if you’re not ready to take in-person trips, you can still take in
Written by Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. Acknowledgments: Mariam Rasheed, MSW; Fatyma Karamoko, B.A. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of September 11th. The world mourned the loss of life and destruction of that day. It was also a pivotal moment in
<style=”montserrat;”>Article written by Madiha Tahseen, Ph.D. Acknowledgments: Mariam Rasheed, MSW; Fatyma Karamoko, B.A. Special thanks to Amina Barhumi for her review of the toolkit. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of September 11th. The world mourned the loss of life
This list is created by The Conscious Kid, an education, research, and policy organization dedicated to equity and promoting healthy racial identity development in youth. We support organizations, families, and educators in taking action to disrupt racism in kids. Read
Working out which are the best toys isn’t often a job for grown-ups. We can’t just turn around and give the kids some old Skeletor action figures and dusty Stickle Bricks and expect them to be happy. But that’s okay:
This article is authored by Sameera Ahmed, Ph.D. Holidays may seem as simple as a day to have fun and celebrate. But, they are far more important to our well-being and identity— and work to build resilience in all of us.