Preschool Series Abby Hatcher Premieres on Nickelodeon

The show features Abby Hatcher, an adventurous seven-year-old with a giant heart and endless love for her favorite creatures, the Fuzzlies. These furry, zany creatures come in all shapes and sizes, each with their own uniquely special abilities, and Abby adores them all.  In the Hatcher Palace Hotel, where Abby lives with her parents, there’s … More Preschool Series Abby Hatcher Premieres on Nickelodeon

KidSpirit Celebrates The Best of 2018 Awards

KidSpirit, the only youth-led platform for building community through life’s big questions, celebrates the global youth voices that contribute to its online magazine and community. The organization will present awards to its teen contributors on November 13th in New York City, at a benefit dinner also honoring Deven Parekh, Managing Director at Insight Venture Partners, … More KidSpirit Celebrates The Best of 2018 Awards

New Research Links Refrigerator Staple to Teenage Height

Drinking real dairy milk is especially important for growing kids, and new research suggests regularly drinking more milk throughout childhood is associated with an increase in teenage height, according to a new study in “The Journal of Nutrition.”1 Researchers followed more than 700 kids from the time they were born, analyzing their height and diet … More New Research Links Refrigerator Staple to Teenage Height

California Bill Assaults Foster Children

The California bill AB 2119, which forces puberty-blocking drugs and “sex change” operations on foster children, will go to the Senate Human Services Committee tomorrow. AB 2119 mandates that foster children with gender dysphoria can only be treated with puberty blocking drugs, “sex change” operations and counseling that affirms their gender confusion. The bill specifically prohibits any individual … More California Bill Assaults Foster Children

5 Reasons Pre-School Years Are A Prime Time For Learning

Much of the discussion about education focuses on the K-12 years, but some early childhood education experts suggest serious learning can start even earlier and pay dividends for the child in years to come. “Young children have the capacity at a very young age to be academically challenged, and we need to educate them strongly … More 5 Reasons Pre-School Years Are A Prime Time For Learning

5 Unexpected Ways to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

Summer can be incredibly daunting for any parent, even more so if the child has behavioral, social, or learning difficulties. Did you know that often, in these cases, the child may have left- or right-brain weakness—leading to outbursts, tantrums, or full on melt-downs? But according to the education advocates at Brain Balance Achievement Centers [www.brainbalancecenters.com]—an innovative, … More 5 Unexpected Ways to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer