It’s never too early to start talking to your kids about money — how to save it, spend it, invest it and donate it.
Whether it’s walking, running or playing tag in the backyard, squeezing in some physical activity as a family has a host of benefits.
With September right around the corner, it’s just about time to send the little ones back to school. And while that might be exciting news for parents ready to get everyone back on a schedule, it can also come with its challenges. An expert shares tips for a smooth transition.
If you’re in search of an art project beyond the basic crayons and colored paper, look no further.
Whether you love it or hate it, digital technology is a part of modern life — and screen time has both its pluses and minuses when it comes to kids. How do you balance the good with the bad? An expert weighs in.
This week on Every Day is Kids’ Day, we’re diving headfirst into play — after all, it’s summer.
There is a way to balance leisure with learning over the summer. Ann Dolin, author of “Homework Made Simple” and president of Educational Connections Tutoring, shares some tips.
Finding something to keep little ones busy, day in and day out, can be a challenge for parents. Jessica McFadden shares her best tips for summertime fun in the D.C. area.
Summertime means it’s time to hit the road, but finding the right destination can be tricky with a car full of kids. An avid traveler and parenting blogger has some tips.
For kids, summer camp is a right of passage. And for many working families, it’s the answer to child care during the summer months. But with so many options out there, where do you start when it comes to planning summer camp?
It’s always nice to have an extra set of hands to help around the house — especially when those tiny hands are responsible for making a majority of the mess. But when is it OK to start assigning chores to your kids?
The next time you make special plans, consider making them with one of your kids.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.