Whether you want to read along with your child or gift it to a kid who's too shy to ask questions, books can be a great resource for teaching children about their changing bodies, relationships and emotions. From sexual education and child development experts, real parents and the help of real children, these are the best books about sexuality and the human body for children of all ages, from retailers like Amazon, Target and Walmart.
Whether it's kindergarten, elementary school, high school or college, watching someone you love takes that next step in their future calls for a party! After all that hard work, your graduate deserves a celebration to remember. We've rounded up 10 great graduation party decor ideas to make it the best fete ever! From banners to cupcake toppers, these decorations are sure to send your graduate off in style!
School's out, and as the temperatures start to heat up, creating a summer reading list is a cool way for parents to connect with their kids and foster a love of learning. This month, Save the Children has launched a reading campaign, 100 Days of Reading, to get kids excited about books.
"Knowing what's at stake for children in America in terms of summer learning loss was a motivating factor for Save the Children to create this easy-to-do 100 Days of Reading campaign," said Carolyn Miles, CEO of Save the Children. "Read a Story, Change Their Story has the potential to make transformational change for children. We've set an ambitious goal to log 100 million minutes of reading this summer to benefit every child and hope you'll join us."
We've rounded up a list of page-turners by age group to entertain your kiddos and make them want to pick up a book and not put it down during the lazy days of summer. Help Save the Children reach 100 million minutes by logging your reading time together with the kids.
Between hospital bills, hundreds of diapers, and other essential baby care products, having a baby is expensive. Luckily when it comes to their nursery, you don't have to spend a bundle. We found trendy furniture and decor for under $250 each, so you can design a stylish nursery for under $1,030.
Whether you are setting up a separate room, or sharing a bedroom space with your baby, fitting a sweet nursery into a tiny dwelling is far from impossible. With a little creativity and compact designs, these top-selling bassinets and changing tables from Walmart will make turning your cozy nook into a comfy spot a snap! Check out our roundup of space-saving styles designed to fit your nursery needs and your home.
Whether you're expecting a little miss or a little mister, these gender-neutral furniture finds and nursery decor picks make nesting your nursery oh-so fun.
We all know how hard it is to resist those snapping up those super cute stuffed animals, especially since they make such great cuddle buddies! However, when your kid's stuffed animal kingdom starts to get a little too wild, it may be time to find a special place for all of those plush pals. The first step in tackling the lion's share of stuffed animals is to weed through the ones that are now extinct recommends Tracy McCubbin, founder dClutterfly and author of Making Space, Clutter Free: The Last Book on Decluttering You'll Ever Need.
"The perfect plan for keeping stuffed animals organized is to purge them! It sounds like a daunting task, but you'd be surprised how many your child will let go of if you take the time to ask, 'how long has it been since you've played with this one?'" notes McCubbin.
"When it comes to corralling the stuffed animals your kid truly wants to keep, I'm a huge fan of baskets. Baskets are lightweight and easy to move around, making cleanup time much more manageable. Just be sure not to get baskets that are bigger than your child!" she says. Once you've decided which animals to donate and which ones to declutter, it's time to get them organized. We've rounded up several creative storage solutions to give your kiddo's sweet stuffies a special home.
Losing even an ounce of sleep can be beyond brutal for hard-working moms whose day never seems to end, especially when their little one stays on the same schedule after the much dreaded time change this month. For sleep-deprived supermoms, we're racing to the rescue with a roundup of must-have products to ease the loss of that extra hour as the clock springs ahead — or any other time the kids kept you up at night. These dreamy picks will help the sleepiest mamas slow down, relax and catch just a few more zzzs while trying to avoid looking like the walking dead.
Is your little one fascinated with dinosaurs? Create the perfect dino-theme bathroom with adorable decor.