PAULA SPENCER SCOTT
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A scientist discovers the hot-car danger even careful parents miss. It’s heartbreaking—and easily av
This teachers’ “secret weapon” will raise your child’s confidence and cooperation in just 2 seconds.
These experts say it’s time to rethink “snacks gone wild.” Are they onto something?
Is your child a late talker? Don’t be too quick to blame autism. It’s probably this.
Almost all kids with autism are late talkers—but not all late talkers have autism.
Researchers to moms: You know how to give and give—but do you know the 4 things YOUR happiness depen
We kiss boo-boos, rub backs, give pep talks, do tuck-ins, applaud effort, listen endlessly, get everyone where they need to go—the whole nur
Watching this toddler make coffee for his dad will change everything you think you know about what o
Imagine your child had hidden superpowers you’d somehow missed. Like, say, the ability to make your morning coffee and clean up afterward.
Why anxiety is increasingly common in kids, early warning signs—and the gentle fixes that help them
Experts aren’t sure why more kids than ever have anxiety disorders, though genetics and environment both have roles.
Moms: These 5 spot-on ways to connect with your son will keep him close (and make both of you happie
The biggest complaint Richard Platt hears from boys: “My mom doesn’t understand me.”What he hears from moms: “I can’t control him! I can’t t
Why are so many (smart!) kids missing this social skill?
One common thread seems to be a basic but critical social skill that many experts fear is falling by the wayside: understanding how to have
Have a kid who hates math? This just might be the answer.
Maybe the best thing to know about math dyslexia: We can help ALL kids avoid its pitfalls, scientists now believe. And the earlier we start,
Meet the world’s leading expert on why kids build forts. What he’s learned is both fascinating and i
As moms and dads, we just barely need to nudge ’em…and turn ’em loose. They know what to do next.
Researchers have found the starting point for raising a kid who’s good at math. It’s surprisingly ea
We’re not talking pre-nap flash cards or introductory algebra in the sandbox. We’re talking really simple basics that can easily be taught a
Is “mommy correctness” ruining kids’ fun on the playground?
Have we really let mom-shaming ruin the very thing playgrounds are meant to promote: a place for kids to burn off energy, work those gross m