With no clear guidance from the top, American parents are making very different choices for their families right now.
By Frannie Ucciferri, Common Sense Media What if something out there had your kid begging you to turn off the TV or tablet
In improv, anyone involved in the scene should accept what another participant has said and then expand on that line of thinking/world building.
“The first step is parents have to understand the value of REAL play. We’ve turned childhood into a period of resume-building
By Jami Ingledue A few weeks ago, I looked out the kitchen window into our scruffy backyard, littered with toys and bicycles
Three weeks ago today, on Friday June 9, hundreds of family members, friends, and well wishers packed into the New Revelation
Children at play participate in complex scientific discovery as they hypothesize, experiment and make generalizations about the world and how it works.
An Oregon theater producer claims that Edward Albee's estate refused to grant him the rights to present "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" with a black actor.
Before I joined the company of Sweat in February of 2017, I hadn’t heard of Sweat at all, I was in LA shooting Ryan Murphy’s
The fact that my children are spending more time indoors during these colder months leads them to be more sedentary and gravitate