Parenting

Get Out and Play

Free clinics include baseball instruction and nutritional programming for youth and their families
Each year, Ripken Baseball and Giant Food, the leading greater Washington D.C. regional grocery chain, partner to host a series of free outdoor health and fitness clinics for children and their families throughout Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

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Parents Largely Unaware of Early Signs of Communication Disorders in Children

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باوان بةزؤرى بيَئاطان لة نيشانةكانى ثيَشوةختةى ثةيوةندى ناريَكى لة مندالَان
كؤمةلَةى ئةمريكى قسة- زمان- بيسنت )ASHA )كاردةكات بةرةو يارمةتيدانى باوان بؤ دةستنيشان كردنى نيشانةكانى ثيَشوةختة.

كؤمةلَةى ئةمريكى قسة- زمان- بيسنت )ASHA )زؤربةى ثةيوةندى ثيشةطةرانة نيشاندةدةن دةلَيَن باوان بة شيَوةيةكى طشتى بيَئاطان لة نيشانةى هؤشداريي ثيَشوةختة لة ثةيوةندى ناريَكي, وة نة ئةوان لة

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Every Kid Healthy Week

School and Community Events Highlight Vital Importance of Student Health & Wellness
Each year, schools across the country celebrate Every Kid Healthy Week, marking their accomplishments in creating healthier learning environments for students. Since 2013, more than five thousand schools and 2.5 million students, school staff and community volunteers have celebrated

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Bedtime Math’s Crazy 8s Club Reduces Kids’ Math Anxiety

Bedtime Math’s Crazy 8s club reduces children’s feelings of math-related anxiety, according to a study led by Johns Hopkins University psychologists.

Crazy 8s is America’s largest recreational after-school math club for young children. Kids in kindergarten through second grade and third through fifth grade explore math through play, engaging in high-energy,

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Smart Kids, Eat Smart

Getting kids to eat seafood can be tricky
Children who eat seafood regularly have a five point higher IQ than their counterparts whose diets are seafood sparse. These kids also sleep better too, according a study.

Jiang-hong Liu, the lead author of the new study conducted by the University of Pennsylvania School of

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Styles of Parenting

Authoritative, authoritarian, neglectful and permissive are all different styles of parenting
There are four types of parenting styles in today’s society: authoritative, authoritarian, neglectful and permissive. Each one has different characteristics that often bring different reactions when imposed on your child(ren). Let’s briefly discuss each one so you can compare.

Authoritative is

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The Great Kindness Challenge

Hasbro is on board with the initiative
Teaching your kids to be kind is one of the most responsible things a parent or guardian can do. Global nonprofit Kids for Peace wants to help with that initiative through its Great Kindness Challenge – Family Edition which gives children and their families a

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