Music and Your Toddler for Parents
Music is a natural part of life for toddlers. And it can kickstart learning and offer lifelong benefits.
Music and Your Preschooler for Parents
Most preschoolers love music, and it does more than entertain. Research shows that kids who are actively involved in music develop important life skills too.
Road Trip Boredom Busters for Parents
Road trips can be fun and educational with just a little planning and preparation. Here are some ideas to get your family revved up for a trip long on smiles and short on frustration.
Your Ears for Kids
Now hear this! Here's an article about ears. Find out how your amazing ears do their amazing job.
Reading Books to Babies for Parents
Reading aloud to your baby stimulates developing senses, and builds listening and memory skills that can help your baby grow up to be a reader.
Your Tongue for Kids
Your tongue: You taste with it, talk with it, and sometimes even stick it out! Find out more in this article for kids.
Depression Special Needs Factsheet for Educators
What teachers should know about depression and how to help a student who is depressed.
Blood Test: Lead for Parents
In babies and young kids whose brains are still developing, even a small amount of lead can cause learning disabilities and behavioral problems. A lead test can determine the amount of lead in the blood.
Your Teeth for Kids
There's much more to a tooth than meets the eye. This article for kids gives you the inside story.
Dealing With Difficult Emotions for Teens
Negative emotions are impossible to avoid and everyone feels them from time to time. They may be difficult, but they don't have to be stressful. Find out how to deal with stressful feelings.