When a Parent Is Deployed for Parents
When a parent is deployed, there are ways to help kids cope and foster the resiliency they need to endure during the separation.
Find out what the experts have to say.
Helping Kids Handle Worry for Parents
All kids to worry at times, and some may worry more than others. But parents can help kids manage worry and tackle everyday problems with ease. Find out how.
How to Talk to Your Child About the News for Parents
News from the TV, radio, and the Internet is often educational. But when stories are about violence or other disturbing topics, parents can find it hard to explain to kids. Here are some guidelines.
Telling a Child About Deployment for Parents
I'm being deployed. How do I tell my child?
Kids Talk About: Feeling Scared for Kids
All kids feel scared once in a while. Find out what frightens them in this article for kids.
Studying for Tests for Teens
You have a history test tomorrow, a math test the next day, and weekly French pop quizzes. Don't panic - our article provides tips on how to study.
Jellyfish Stings for Parents
Frolicking in the ocean is a summertime rite of passage, but a jellyfish sting can spoil the fun. Here's how to handle it if someone in your family gets zapped by one of these mysterious sea creatures.
Talking Politics: What to Say to Your Kids for Parents
Talking with your kids about important issues, the electoral process, and why voting is important not only teaches how government affects the world, but also shows that every person's opinion counts.
Outdoor Water Safety for Parents
Swimming in an open body of water (like a river, lake, or ocean) is different from swimming in a pool. Here are some tips based on the type of water.