Doubts about vaccines helped fuel Minnesota's biggest outbreak of measles in decades.
Dating in middle school is mostly about asking, “Am I the type of person someone could like?”
Talking so your children will think involves patience, persistence, creativity, and good humor. But it’s worth it all in the long run, because you will have more confidence in their ability to make hard choices and decisions when you are not on the scene.
Whether or not we support the use of Common Core approaches in today’s classrooms, it is important that we as parents come to understand where these methods are coming from and what they mean.
To celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week, we talked to some of our Parent Toolkit experts from across the country to hear their ideas for the best ways to celebrate teachers.
This week, parents and students across the country are honoring their favorite educators for Teacher Appreciation Week. Hear from our NBC News colleagues as they share memories about the teachers and school staff that had a profound impacted on them.
Spring is a perfect time for parents to talk with teens about the cycle of life. Buds are popping, trees are blooming, and parents can take their cue from nature to talk with their teens about human nature.
@EducationNation and Parent Toolkit teamed up with @JenniferSMiller, Family and Educational Consultant at Confident Parents Confident Kids, & Jayne Greenberg (@FitnessGov), District Director of Physical Education & Health Literacy at Miami-Dade County Public Schools, to chat about the importance of play time. Take a look at what happened during the conversation below. Our #ToolkitTalk chats occur monthly. See what's coming up next and catch up on all of the past conversations.
Indeed, parents and librarians share common goals – that all of our young people will develop the love of reading and learning, that they will become empowered, and that they will have the confidence to let total strangers know they are experts.
Did you miss our live event on April 14th? Education Nation and WBALTV hosted a town hall event for parents and community members to join together and talk about what it takes to support the students in our lives. Find out more about the event at ParentToolkit.com/event and check out the online conversation below.
How can parents help their children succeed? Please join us on Thursday, April 14 from 6 – 8 pm EST for a special parenting town hall where we'll talk about all aspects of student development.
In honor of National Walking Day, we spoke with Jayne Greenberg, the Director of Physical Education and Health Literacy for the Miami-Dade County Public Schools and member of the President’s Council on Fitness, about the best ways to get kids off the couch and to get them to start moving. We’re sharing her tips with you here.