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The challenging adjustment of moving from child to tween. Are you overindulging or just spoiling your child? And the new campaign asking parents to talk about child sexual abuse.
Parenting is a juggle and, at times, a struggle. Here we've updated our list of podcasts for parents to help you, no matter what stage your family is at.
How do kids think about kindness? Summer Braun, Michael Warren and Kimberly Schonert-Reichl asked fourth and fifth graders — and the results showed they were particularly attuned to compassion and inclusion.
Our young people will likely hear about the unfolding situation in the Middle East either through their social media feeds or overhearing adults. Clinical psychologists Dr Judith Locke and Dr Danielle Einstein share tips on how parents can support their children.
What to do when your child drops a swear word, why there's nothing to fear about Netflix's Sex Education, and the six things Dutch parents never do.
The winning poems in the annual Student Poetry Competition run by Independent Schools Victoria have been drawn from close to 600 entries from schools across the state.
What to consider when your teen asks for a non-alcoholic beer or wine, self-care tips for parents from mental health experts and how to help young people with dyslexia.
Handwriting is not just about forming letters, write Lucinda McKnight and Maria Nicholas. It also develops fine motor skills, helps with memory and even wellbeing – so AI has not made it redundant.
Families with multiple children will likely experience sibling conflict at some point, writes Dr Deborah Trengove. Here she shares what parents can do to help restore calm to the household.