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We know we should set rules about screen time and how our children interact with others online. But how much do we know about the rules they set themselves? This article gives some advice for parents of older children about discussing social media. An excerpt below:

"Parents often feel as if their children’s smartphones are portals to another world — one that they know little to nothing about...
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The Unspoken Rules Kids Create for Instagram

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When the school opened up for parents to wash clothes, those adults became more engaged. Parents could spent time at the school, meet staff and get comfortable with the building.

How Clean Clothes Can Help Kids with Chronic Absences at School

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"Parents know that PBS KIDS makes a difference in their children's lives, which is why so many have said they would value having access to our content throughout the day."

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Long days and nights are a recipe for frustration, but sometimes there's just no way around it. It’s important to understand how your child’s temperament can affect his or her ability to cope with overwhelming situations. If he craves alone time for play, for example, bring a few small toys and find a quiet corner where he can recharge. If she doesn’t know how to slow down until she collapses...
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How to Avoid Holiday Meltdowns

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There’s no one strategy that works for every child. But as we sort out what's best for our own families, what can be helpful is understanding where irrational or bad behavior is coming from and remembering how much our emotions affect how our children react. Here are some things to keep in mind:

The Discipline Dilemma: Finding an Approach That Works for Your Child and Family

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"...it’s not always easy to know how to connect. By their nature, adolescents aren’t always on board with our plans for making the most of family time and they aren’t always in the mood to chat. Happily, the quality parenting of a teenager may sometimes take the form of blending into the background like a potted plant."

What Do Teenagers Want? Potted Plant Parents

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While schools across the globe race to create fun and engaging STEM programs for little kids, the truth is that children will create their own STEM labs at home if we let them. When unstructured play becomes the norm, kids become builders, scientists, mathematicians and architects -- simply because they can!

Every Child Is an Architect

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"...we feel good knowing that with our design, gingerbread families everywhere can enjoy the holidays without having to worry about their roofs caving in."

How To Build An Indestructible Gingerbread House

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Whenever I have people over for dinner or a party, my biggest fear is that there won't be enough to eat. So, much to my husband's chagrin, I always buy way more

Creative Recipes for Thanksgiving Leftovers

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In this season of Thanksgiving, consider picking up a good book to read aloud with your child and start a conversation about what makes you feel grateful.

Picture Books to Help You Slow Down and Say Thanks

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This year, roast your Thanksgiving turkey with confidence. Just follow these simple tips:

How to Roast the Perfect Thanksgiving Turkey

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What's your family's favorite Thanksgiving dish?

10 Favorite Side Dishes for Thanksgiving

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More often than not, your physical presence and attentive listening are enough.

Creating an Emotionally Supportive Home Environment

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"I suppose Spiderella and I have become friends because we both like to work at night. She sits outside the window; having set up shop in a gorgeous web spun from her own body, and I sit inside, at a desk I got at HomeGoods."

What my daughter taught me when she gave a spider a name

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When we talk to children about bullying, we often focus on what not to do. But perhaps one of the most powerful lessons parents can teach their children is how to include others from the beginning -- to look out for those who need a friend and invite them to play.

How to Teach Your Child to Be An "Includer"

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Today is World Kindness Day and a good reminder that kindness is learned. Here are some ideas for helping children manage their emotions, begin to build empathy, and learn how they can care for others:

How to Raise a Caring Child

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The PBS KIDS Playtime Pad comes pre-loaded with more than 25 games and 120 video clips and music videos, along with 100+ hours of video on the PBS KIDS Video App and other apps. It's available now! You can find it here:

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PBS KIDS Launches First Tablet Featuring Educational Content and Parental Controls

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Mya shows us how to make a quick and easy composter to keep unnecessary trash out of landfills. This activity uses recyclable materials to make environmental science simple and fun for young kids!

Making a Homemade Composter! | Full-Time Kid | PBS Parents

Turn any plastic bottle into your own DIY composter! Compost is a great way to think sustainably in your kitchen and turn food waste into nutrient-rich soil ...

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