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How to Plan a Family Vacation for Next Year

How to Plan a Family Vacation for Next Year

Family trips are a great way to bond, but so many of us talk about wanting to travel more without actually going anywhere. The hardest part is getting started, and even though planning a family trip may be a daunting task, it’s possible! Many other parents have done...

Keeping Your Teens Engaged and Educated Over the Summer

Keeping Your Teens Engaged and Educated Over the Summer

Once summer vacation arrives, many young students may be tempted to abandon all thoughts of learning and instead delve into more recreational pursuits. While parents should encourage their kids to take some time to relax and enjoy themselves, it is also important to promote some continued learning to ensure they are well-equipped for the year to come. Here are a few ways to encourage engagement and education over the summer.

Family Activities for Rainy Days

Family Activities for Rainy Days

Rainy days may keep you locked up inside of the house, but there are plenty of activities that you can take on to keep everyone busy. While it’s tempting to let your kids play on their tablets for the day, taking on a family activity will bring you all closer together. Let’s take a look at some great family activities for rainy days.

How to Encourage a Love of Learning in Your Children

How to Encourage a Love of Learning in Your Children

There is no need to instill a love of learning in a child. Children come into the world naturally curious. They already have a desire to learn. The first moments and years of a child’s life are spent exploring curiosities and finding discoveries. You must nurture your child’s natural love of learning. This nurturing should continue through the years to come. It is easier to do this than it might seem. Let’s discuss some effective ways to foster your child’s love of learning.

How to Encourage Open Communication in Your Family

How to Encourage Open Communication in Your Family

There are several reasons why families tend to grow apart. Schedules may conflict, and coordinating time together may be difficult. This lack of family engagement can lead to a breakdown in communication. Luckily, open communication within the family can be built by incorporating some lifestyle changes and new activities. Family time is essential and beneficial to mental and emotional health. Parents can encourage open communication within their families by doing the following.