Alabama restructured their high school diploma tracks in 2013, changing up each student’s path to graduation. Here is what you need to know.
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You’ve had the talk, but then you discover the Internet browser history. What’s a parent supposed to do when their kid has been looking at pornography online? We asked an expert.
Got a birthday kid that’s a bundle of energy? Consider throwing a party at The Matrix Gym – and take this parent advice before you book it!
Kids and Kin is a new program hosted by the Family Guidance Center that provides support and assistance for grandparents, aunts, uncles, and older siblings who provide child care for their relative’s children.
What happens when you watch your child struggle with something that might seem innate to you, but makes your child burst into tears every time? Dyslexia, dyscalculia, and dysgraphia – the top three D’s of learning challenges and how to recognize them in your child.
Got a kid who loves video games and has a birthday coming up? This Huntsville venue was awesome for my family – here’s everything you need to know about having a party at Rocket City Arcade!
We promise – celebrating New Year’s Eve with kids can be tons of fun, and we’ve included some of our favorite party tips here in case you’re planning a shindig of your own!
The retailers listed here all have toys for children with all types of special needs. I encourage you to look beyond age or gender and consider toys or activities that fit the individual child and his or her needs. These sites should help you with suggestions and ideas for doing just that.
If you’re considering a birthday party venue, get all the details about one family’s party experience at The Little Gym of Huntsville.
Parenting ADHD can be lonely and confusing, but there are lots of effective options for you to consider. Take it from a parent who has been there – you are not alone!
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Sometimes it’s a stranger in Target making a comment about why you don’t discipline your child in a certain way. Perhaps it’s a relative questioning why you don’t do something or why you’re so worried about something that is probably a “just a phase”. This month’s column can help get you thinking about what to do in those moments.
Go bananas at this adorable Curious George themed kid’s party! We’ve included great ideas & tips for decorating and food, perfect for a little one’s birthday or baby shower.