Research suggests that play is an important component of intelligence and learning. Why not teach kids lessons that keep them safe?
Many parts of our world are dominated by one gender or the other, but not surprisingly, some aspects of life are the same for everyone.
The Supreme Court will hear a case this term involving the funding of programs that make recycled tires available for playgrounds at church-based schools.
Do you talk with your child’s pediatrician about gun ownership in the home? Maybe it’s a good idea, just like you talk about car seats.
Kids today spend too much time with smartphones and not enough playing outdoors, a new study out of Scotland finds.
Maybe we should increase the amount of time young children spend in recess or in unstructured play. It might help learning.
A playground near a Maryland apartment building went up in a day and created learning opportunities for several kids, many of them homeless.