About 80% of children between the ages of 0 and 5 who use the Internet in the United States do so on at least a weekly basis, according to a report released Monday from education non-profit organizations Joan Ganz Cooney Center and Sesame Workshop.
Insights from experts on how to answer kids’ toughest questions
Children’s ministry comes with its challenges, but statistically, it brings some of the greatest rewards.
Scholastic, the largest publisher and distributor of children’s books, today released a list of 10 Trends in Children’s Books from 2010.
Eating disorders have risen steadily in children and teens over the last few decades, with some of the sharpest increases occurring in boys and minority youths, according to a new report.
Children usually learn to read by recognizing combinations of letters. Learning to teach is similar. Qualities and skills combine to make the teaching process understandable and enjoyable.
If you’re a parent, you’ve undoubtedly discovered that raising children is the most difficult task you’ve ever undertaken. It’s your responsibility to shape their impressionable minds – whether or not they grow up to become productive members of society and successful individuals supposedly hinges on your every move. So go figure they ask the most difficult questions early in the parenting process, when they’re most curious and you’re most clueless. Below are a handful of those questions that make parents cringe.
Obesity in children and adolescents is a problem in our culture. Let’s face it – we live in a society of processed food and inactivity – so is it any wonder that so many kids these days are struggling with their weight?