Best Of The Web

Our selection of thought-provoking and useful articles from around the web on educating and raising children.

Best of the Web: Making our neighbourhoods kid-friendly, and more

How we can make our neighbourhoods kid-friendly once again, talking to teenagers about money, and should you post your kids' lives online?

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Best of the Web: How to overcome your maths anxiety to help your kids, and more

Why a fear of maths could really be maths anxiety, ferrying kids around in the car can be a time to connect, and how children are making us more eco-conscious.

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Best of the Web: How a beehive helped a teen with dyslexia, and more

How bees gave a teen with dyslexia a different way to learn, saying the wrong things to parents of kids with disabilities, and parenting kids when you have money.

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Best of the Web: The social superpower of sensitive boys, and more

Why we should encourage sensitivity in boys, how chores might improve kids' brain function, and the new parental controls from Instagram.

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Best of the Web: Please don’t call my son shy, and more

Why we shouldn't label our kids as shy, the nostalgic TV shows to share with your family, and how reading for fun is at an historic low.

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Best of the Web: Teach your child to ride a bike, and more

How to teach your child to ride a bike, what Gentle Parenting may be neglecting, and the benefits of fidgeting for neurodiverse children.

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Best of the Web: Meet the Internet’s Dad giving life tips to the world, and more

The Internet's Dad helping kids around the world, Maggie Dent on why our own childhoods affect how we parent, and the importance of a good end of the day for kids.

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Best of the Web: Why we should all be building with blocks, and more

The benefits for everyone of building blocks, experts on why we should screen all kids for anxiety, and dads paying it forward.

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Best of the Web: 10 strategies to talk to kids about puberty, and more

Helpful strategies to begin conversations about puberty, the top animations from TED-ED, and a moving reflection on mother-daughter relationships.

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