When your child is involved in sports, it may be necessary, at some point, to confront a coach. These tips from author Todd Parkin will ensure that you don’t fumble the conversation.
Children who learn about finances at a young age develop budgeting and money-saving habits early on in life.
Read Across America Day on March 1, 2013, is the largest celebration of reading in the country and a reminder that reading never goes out of style. Reading is an adventure that begins early in a child's life and should extend beyond the classroom.
Feeding a family well on a budget can be difficult when it seems like prices just keep going up. Here are eight easy ways to save.
Each February during National Children’s Dental Health Month, dental health providers throughout the state encourage parents and caregivers to help children get an early start in learning how to take care of their teeth and gums.
Looking for a way to make your child's Valentine's Day really special this year? Have them make their own pop-up valelentine's cards and enjoy some Valentine-themed books.
For parents who love to share music with their children—and also enjoy it themselves—the forthcoming release of Spaghetti Eddie’s third CD Spaghetti Eddie and Other Children’s Songs Vol. 3 is music to the ears! MetroFamily recently asked frontman Brendan Parker to tell us more about the band’s upcoming CD.
Early Birds classes offered for parents in Oklahoma City Public School districts
According to Feeding America, the nation's leading domestic hunger-relief charity, hunger is a reality for one in six people in the United States. To bring awareness to the issue and help find solutions, Olive Garden is asking students “How would you help end hunger in your community?” as part of the 17th-Annual Pasta Tales national essay writing contest.
When your child isn’t feeling well, you’ll want to know how to help and when to call the doctor. KidsHealth.org gives parents quick and easy tips to keep the winter sniffles and coughs from taking over your family this season.