We are thrilled to share this amazing app that is as fun as it is enriching.
Educational psychologist Michelle Borba shares her advice for stress-free studying.
Need help choosing the perfect instrument for your child? Eugene’s Music & Learning Studio has Four Tips to consider!
A lot has changed over the course of COVID-19 with remote, hybrid and in-person learning, but backpacks are here to stay. They’re customizable, come in all shapes, sizes and colors and are the ultimate in self-expression. But—when not worn properly, they can cause short- or long-term problems in kids’ muscles, joints and—well—back.So what’s the right way to wear and carry a backpack? What else should you know so we can keep our learners in good physical health? Dr. Phil Mack, orthopedic surgeon with Connecticut Children’s, has answers.
Check out the 6 Pieces to Upgrade Your Child’s School Wardrobe from Hatley! This classic, sustainable, family-owned brand has committed to a more mature look for their kids line, with prints that will satisfy even the most discerning pre-teen girls and boys up to 8 years old.
Maritime Rowing Club’s Fall Under 14 Learn-to-Row program is designed to help young rowers improve in all aspects of rowing including fitness, strength, flexibility, mental toughness, and discipline.
This mom of two wanted a better training bra for her daughter – so she created it!
Did COVID cause a rise in divorces? The answer is: It is hard to define It. Carole Orland of Broder, Orland, Murray & DeMattie share some thoughts on the way COVID has impacted families these last two years..
Help Your Kids Prepare For The Upcoming School Year and Fall Sports Season With Coastal Orthopedics!
Can you believe summer is coming to an end? With your children going back to school and the fall sports season beginning, there is a lot that you can do to help them be prepared. Watching your children succeed in school and on the field playing their favorite sport, as they smile with their best friends is truly one of the most joyous feelings. Hear from Coastal Orthopedics how to best prepare your kids for the fall and upcoming season!
Take your usual Moms Night Out up a notch!
“Growing up, my family spent a lot of time visiting the library, but as I got older and academic work piled up, I only read assigned books. When I became a teacher, I decided that the best way I could connect with my students was to read what they read. That’s all I needed to connect back to reading and realize how valuable it is in my life. So what could I do to make sure that my students learn to love reading?” –St. Luke’s Head of Middle School Amber Berry
Connecticut Summer at the Museum is back for the 2022 summer season! The program allows Connecticut children to receive FREE admission to more than 130 museums across the state during the summer.
School is almost out for summer which means that your kids will have unlimited time for fun (within the boundaries you’ve set). The Coastal Orthopedics team always encourages your children to get outside, get active, and most importantly have fun! There are so many summer activities to choose from such as going on bike rides, playing on the playground, swimming, riding a skateboard and so much more. While it can seem like all fun and games, we advise that you take some precautions first!
Reclaim Your Summer with Confidence! Summer may look different for everyone this year. Find your balance with must-know tips as you plan for a memorable summer with your family. From travel safety pointers to tick and sun protection, Connecticut Children’s pediatric experts share resources to plan for a fun and safe summer.
Here’s a fun idea from our partner Mosquito Squad to get outside and enjoy your backyard this summer! We give you Backyard Bingo!
Greenwich Moms & Psychologist Reon Baird, PhD, shares her advice.
Enjoy your summer with safe bug spray and other products.
The Russian School of Mathematics (RSM) is an award-winning, after-school math program for K-12 students. Learn more about the program and upcoming sessions here!
These resources can help any moms finding empty shelves.
Toddler truth: Tantrums usually peak at 18 to 24 months, subside a bit, then crest again around 3.5 years. So, knowing how to prevent—and quell—these meltdowns now will for-sure pay off in spades down the road.