this mosaic-inspired activity uses kid-friendly yarn and glue to help your kindergarten kid design her own vibrant, brightly-colored flower.
Vincent van Gogh painted golden hued pictures of the harvest using bold lines and vibrant color. Your child can explore this style of art using oil pastels.
Learn about Andy Warhol and his famous portraits with your child by creating your own self-portrait in his trademark style.
Want to get your fortune told? Step right up and make your own fortune teller box out of a shoe box!
This fantastic book features activities and worksheets sure to get you into the Olympic spirit!
With more money to spend and more opportunities to spend it, your teen can get him/herself and even you into financial trouble, but with your help, your teen can develop the skills he/she needs to successfully manage money in the real world.
Sixth grade is a great time for parents to teach children about managing money. Here are some tips on talking to your preteen about allowance, saving and spending wisely, and becoming financially responsible.
School backpacks can be a parenting conundrum. Here's how to teach kids to tame the beast on their back.
Of all the factors you have to weigh as a parent, allowance is one of the trickiest. Should you give allowance or just give your kids money when they need something?
Winning the war on clutter is not as challenging as you might think. Parenting tips on how to start your family on the road to an organized life.