Dr. Corinne Masur
To party or not, that is the question – especially when you have a 1 or 2 or 3 year old’s birthday approaching. Do little children enjoy parties? Or are the parties for the parents, desperate to get together with other grown-ups? Continue reading
So many parenting websites are written by and for mothers. Here’s a roundup of our favorite blogs written by dads– they focus on arts and crafts, traveling, tech, work/family balance, and lots more. Did we leave out one of your favorites? Tell us what sites we’re missing in the comments!
Ishq In A Backpack
Fathers, Work, and Family
The Busy Dad Blog
Building A Library: Finding The Right Books For Your Kid
Cry It Out * Mike Adamick
What’s the deal with free range parenting? We read a great article in the New York Times that tackles this issue:
Advice from America’s Worst Mom
Leave us a comment and tell us what you think!
When we evaluate what makes a preschool program successful, what are the important criteria? And how do we measure success?
In response to a Philadelphia Inquirer article advocating funding for “high quality preschool programs,” members of the Philadelphia Declaration of Play wrote the following letter: Continue reading
This winter, we’re excited to check out the Constructing Play exhibit at the Philadelphia Center for Architecture. Kids and adults can learn about the development of children’s building toys, engage in individual and group play, and participate in creative workshops led by local architects. If you go, let us know what you think!
Dr. Corinne Masur
In our mother-child group the other day a four year old repeatedly knocked into his 1 year old brother. He did it with a little smile and glanced at his mother every time – so we knew it was no accident!
What to do? His mother was exhausted with telling him “NO!” every time, with giving time outs and with talking to him. Continue reading