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Watch Eric Carle read his much-loved children's book, how Pop It fidget toys are helping kids stay calm, and fewer kids attending kindergarten linked to falls in literacy and maths skills.
Parenting without the conflict and arguing, the 1947 picture book that enriched a family, and how your aggressive driving affects your kids.
In our latest Best of The Parents Website, we throw back to a 2017 feature from the team at TED, which collated this fascinating list of required reading for students around the world.
In the latest of our Best of The Parents Website series, we republish our interview with acclaimed children's author Morris Gleitzman when he was Australia's Children's Laureate. By Shane Green.
An empowering new way to think about being a parent, how to tell a great bedtime story, and a self-confessed helicopter parent flies away to give her young adult son some space.
TED's list of 68 books to inspire, a moving account of how quick-thinking school staff saved a boy's life, and helping the class of 2020 meet life's challenges.
Expert advice for parents when their child encounters pornography online, strategies to live in our uncertain world, and the joy when little ones discover books.
In her efforts to empower and educate her children on personal body safety, Natalie Moutafis reviews the picture book My Body! What I say Goes! aimed at younger children and their grown-ups.
Natalie Moutafis found a fun - and noisy - way to introduce philosophical concepts to young children with Mo Willems' award-winning book.