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Yes, eating breakfast really is important. So how can parents help kids to eat this meal? Evangeline Mantzioris shares her advice to get kids to school with a full stomach.
How we can make our neighbourhoods kid-friendly once again, talking to teenagers about money, and should you post your kids' lives online?
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.
How can parents help their kids learn to write at home? It's as easy as shopping lists or jokes on the fridge, write Anabela Malpique, Deborah Pino Pasternak, Debora Valcan and Susan Ledger.
'Screen time' is an outdated concept, so let's ditch it and focus on quality instead, writes Kate Highfield.
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.
Why we should encourage sensitivity in boys, how chores might improve kids' brain function, and the new parental controls from Instagram.
After hearing her kids utter a few choice words, Natalie Moutafis questions the power of swear words and how to approach their use by young kids.
In this extract from her new book, Girlhood, parenting educator Maggie Dent gives parents ideas to help their young girls through their emotionally charged 'hot' moments.