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Child Development

You used to do everything for them. Now they're doing so much for themselves. Should they be doing even more? Are they hitting the same developmental milestones as other kids their age? Get answers to these and other child development questions, right here.

What's Next for Your Child?

New organizations, websites and apps are preparing autistic children for the working world ... more
Start by letting your children tackle little activities and following up with praise when they succeed. ... more
Experiencing homesickness is actually a benefit of summer camp. It helps campers learn to believe in themselves and develop alternative support systems away from home. ... more
Knowing how and when to introduce the amen ... more
10 ways to foster the mini mentor under your roof ... more
Use the cold weather to bond with your kids while playing winter sports ... more
Tell 'em to get their own juice box. Why doing everything for our kids is turning them into spoiled children, and how to undo the damage ... more
Your child's jonesing for the scarlet-sweater Uggs her BFF wears and says she'll die without them—oh, and also without an iPhone. How should you respond to jealousy in children?... more