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Here's how to strike an appropriate balance between explaining tragedies to your child and protecting them.
Experts agree, our ocean is in crisis. Luckily, it isn't too late to make a difference. Here's how your kids can help.
If the food bank is full and you want to do something more than making a donation, here are five ways to involve your family in service projects this year.
Having trouble choosing your fundraiser? Here's a run-down of the different possibilities, and how to decide which is the best fit for you and your school.
Give your child a glimpse into the lives of other children learning to read, halfway around the world: tell her about the Camel Bookmobile.
Find out how to talk to your kids about the earthquake in Haiti, and what you can do to help.
It's the United Nation's International Day of Peace.  Here are 10 ways for children (and their parents) to observe this special day.
Creating confident, responsible, and principled individuals is Scouting's mission - and a parent's goal. Here's how to give your child's life skills a boost:
Volunteering can make a positive impact in the world, and in your child. Here's how to help inspire kids to make a difference.
4H is the largest out of school kids' organization in the country, serving millions of kids with programs on everything from public speaking to rocketry.
Did you know that YOU'RE the secret to raising your kid's confidence? Find out five ways to boost his self-esteem.
Find out what stage of moral development your child is in.
Young and old thrive when resources are used to bring the generations together rather than separate them. The power of connecting the generations is realized
With over 200 citizen science projects, ordinary adults and their children can collect data that supports scientific studies and local policymaking.
Though many values are shaped by a child's family, there are some values, such as civic virtue, which are generally agreed upon to be taught in school.
Children with good values and responsibility grow up to be valued and responsive human beings. We offer some strategies to prepare children for changing times.
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