Don’t get me wrong, our kids help out around the house a lot — and do a fair bit for their ages — but learning NEW skills and chores takes time, energy, and patience that neither children nor adults have left at the end of a school day. Enter summer: a break from the routine […]
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I’ll begin by telling you that today my son is completely mainstreamed into a general education classroom, and is so high functioning that you almost can’t tell he even has autism. I know that our results aren’t normal, but my greatest wish is that they give you hope if you know or suspect your child […]
Family-friendly events happening in the Dallas Fort Worth metroplex and Tarrant County, Texas, in April 2018.
If you are still noticing many errors and your child isn’t easily understood by the time his third birthday rolls around, it may be advisable to consult with a speech pathologist. Alternatively, if most people can understand your two year old at least half the time, he is probably doing just fine!
An in-depth look at all the River Legacy Living Science Center has to offer kids of all ages — and their parents — who love to explore and learn about nature.
Between preparing to survive spring break and shuttling kids to swim lessons (see some options in our guide) ahead of summer, don’t forget to take some time to enjoy local festivities this month.