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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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How Turning Red gives families permission to feel sad and angry

You can't be happy all the time. Movies like Turning Red and Encanto show that when the characters learn how to embrace all of their emotions, they can become their true, authentic selves, writes Cher McGillivray.

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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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Four ways to help your kids be masters of their homework

Children benefit when parents get involved in their learning. But when it comes to homework, parents need to be careful not to do it all for them, writes Melissa Barnes, part of our Best of The Parents Website series.

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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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Why the kids should see this

It's the curated video website for kids that makes them say 'wow'. Michael Broadstock talks with Rion Nakaya, creator of The Kid Should See This.

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Educating our kids to thrive online

We can help young people to live well online through character education, writes Tom Harrison.

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Fair play: How sport helps kids become good citizens

New research confirms that taking part in sport helps children develop important civic values, write Vaughan Cruickshank and Casey Mainsbridge.

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