Help your girls learn to feel strong, resilient and competent by getting active.
Every parent strives to raise happy and healthy kids. Help your little ones stay fit with books.
Young children have a lot of energy and are ready to play. Keep them interested in active games with these tips.
Slurp your way to warmth with these soup-er recipes!
Make small steps in your daily routine and save money on healthy foods.
Studies show kids who eat with their family grow up healthier and happier. Bring family dinners back to your table.
More and more families are going vegetarian. Learn how your family can transition into eating vegetarian.
Help your child sharpen their math, science or literacy skills with these food-related activities.
No store-bought granola can compare with this crunchy chunky deliciousness.
Delve in and enjoy the delicious new trend of desserts in jars such as these banana buttermilk trifles.
Success breeds success. Encourage children to set goals they can accomplish. A child who usually chooses only corn and apple juice might set a goal of trying one new fruit this week.* Source:TeamNutrition.usda.gov
Instead of watching the clock or setting a timer, use this time out timer and help your child calm down.
Get guys engaged with books! Use these great tips for encouraging boys to read.
Learn more about Mighties™ kiwi, the easy-to-eat, nutrient-rich healthy snack.
Find activities, parenting tips, games from your child's favorite PBS KIDS programs and more.×