He reminds parents that using devices may prevent them from teaching their children, even just by talking.
STEM efforts often focus on higher grades, but Jeanine Brownell says research shows they should start early.
At the event, National Public Radio’s Anya Kamenetz and Erikson professor Jane Fleming discussed the role of standardized testing in the U.S.
The medical director for Erikson’s Fussy Baby Network says being held offers babies the organization they crave but can’t provide themselves.
Moran tells the Chicago Tribune that it’s common to worry about loving a second child as much as the first.
Nickels tells the Chicago Tribune that parents are better off implementing year-round parenting strategies.
“I can’t tell everyone else to work hard if I don’t work hard, too,” Bowman says. “It is not punishment. I am enjoying doing it.”
In a Chicago Tribune article, Nickels suggests telling younger children Santa’s limitations in delivering every child’s every wish.