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Boo on Zoom

Halloween will not look or feel as it has in the past due to Covid-19 restrictions. But with some creative thinking, you can still make this holiday special. Here are a few ideas to get you started.

Building Resilience in Kids

Parenting through a pandemic can feel like an extraordinary responsibility. Her are reliable ways to help kids of all ages manage uncertainty and learn resilience.

Boo-tiful Crafts for the Season

Celebrate the beauty of autumn and get ready for Halloween with these fall crafts.

Books and Games About Being American

We recommend some ways to educate the kids about the upcoming election.

News Sources for Kids

Looking for reliable and age-appropriate news sources for your kids? Try these!

Parent’s Guide to Talking About Politics

During this divisive election season, here's how to discuss bickering candidates and the latest ballot measures with your kids.

Teach Your Children About Civic Responsibility

One positive that has come out of this challenging time in American history is the uptick in people getting involved in politics and their local communities. Here's how to teach our children the importance of civic engagement.

Autumn Crafts

Take advantage of the Bay Area’s awesome fall weather with a backyard campout, outfitted with fun crafts from Lakeshore Learning.

Get Your Teen to Listen to You

As a parent, it can feel frustrating when you realize your teen isn’t listening, especially since experts agree it is important to have a strong relationship with your teenager. Here's how to turn that around.

Preparing Kids for Success

In her most recent book, Madeline Levine outlines how parents’ concerns about their children’s future in a rapidly changing economy and society – and the resulting emphasis on grades, colleges and protecting or rescuing children from failure – is actually hurting kids’ chances of future success.

Running Away From Home

A staggering one in seven kids between the ages of 10 and 18 will run away, Here's how to prevent it and what to do if your child does flee.

Homeschooling Lessons From a Traveling Family

Eight months before the COVID-19 outbreak, this Mountain View family traveled to 41 countries over 54 weeks while homeschooling the kids. What they learned can help you!
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