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Craft Roundup: Fun DIY Badges

Craft Roundup: Fun DIY Badges

Kids can create a scouting classic with simple household items – whether you opt for some embroidery action or make your project with basic office nametags.

September 2012
Fall Hats and Caps for Kids

Fall Hats and Caps for Kids

Celebrate autumn – heading to southeast Michigan soon! – with these cool, unique head warmers that are a little bit out of the ordinary.

September 2012
How to Win Back Power from Too Clever Kids

How to Win Back Power from Too Clever Kids

Child too smart for his or her own good? Parents can take back the reins by being equally wise – with these seven tips.

September 2012
Four Skills Smart Kids Need to Succeed That Go Beyond Books

Four Skills Smart Kids Need to Succeed That Go Beyond Books

Grades aren't all that count. Parents can help children nurture a growth mindset, investigative approach, emotional intelligence and self-expression, too.

September 2012
Tools and Advice to Help Kids in Making New Friends

Tools and Advice to Help Kids in Making New Friends

It can be scary for kids to figure out how to acquire pals. Here are some tips and insights for parents to help make the job a little bit easier.

September 2012
Toddlers and Tiaras Alum Honey Boo Boo's Pet Pig Glitzy Saga

Toddlers and Tiaras Alum Honey Boo Boo's Pet Pig Glitzy Saga

The former T&T star, now leading her own TLC show, gets a pet pig after losing a pageant – and then loses the swine, too. Sweet, or just spoiled?

September 2012
Teens and Bragging: A Normalized Practice or A New Way Of Socializing?

Teens and Bragging: A Normalized Practice or A New Way Of Socializing?

With Twitter, YouTube and Instagram, more kids are sharing everything about their lives – including how much stuff they have. Is this bragging or just a part of changing social norms?

September 2012
Manners 101: Laying the Groundwork for Your Kids

Manners 101: Laying the Groundwork for Your Kids

Developing social skills truly does start at home. Here are ways parents can help children with table manners, phone etiquette, sportsmanship and more.

September 2012
The Teen Driving Decline in Southeast Michigan

The Teen Driving Decline in Southeast Michigan

A University of Michigan study shows fewer adolescents hold driver's licenses in the United States – and kids in the Motor City are definitely no exception.

September 2012
D-YES Students Weatherize Detroit Homes, Educate Homeowners

D-YES Students Weatherize Detroit Homes, Educate Homeowners

Teens on the Detroit Youth Energy Squad are learning key skills, including navigating energy bills, and sharing them with local residents to help save money.

September 2012
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