"Children" Blogs & Blog Posts

Intellectual PoisonIntellectual Poison

Extinctifying ignorance since 2002.

 
childrensministerblog.comchildrensministerblog.com

Ideas, free resources, reflections and activities for the busy children...

 
My wife has agoraphobia and my son is autisticMy wife has agoraphobia and my son is autistic

How agoraphobia and autism affect a slightly unusual composite family(?)

 
Beyond Human NatureBeyond Human Nature

All the things you don't want to think about (and some that you do)

 
Head in the Clouds PhotographyHead in the Clouds Photography

Adelaide Photographer specialising in Weddings, Maternity, Newborn, Baby, C...

 
A little bird told me - craftA little bird told me - craft

I'll make you a cup of tea and we can talk about craft and parenting a...

 
The School Vegetable PatchThe School Vegetable Patch

Information advice and resources for anyone who gardens withs chool childre...

 


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Kids make messes everywhere, and the car seat is no exception. That mess can go from gross to dangerous if a bit of food or a piece of a toy gets stuck in the seat’s release lever—a semi-secret part of the seat that needs to work smoothly to keep...

How can modern parents raise the next generation to be free from corrosive gender and racial stereotypes? By the time children start elementary school, gender and race shape their lives in many ways that parents might want to prevent. As early as fir...

How can modern parents raise the next generation to be free from corrosive gender and racial stereotypes? By the time children start elementary school, gender and race shape their lives in many ways that parents might want to prevent. As early as fir...

Toy makers are coming up with more and more ways to encourage children to learn STEM skills, and Hasbro is trying to do that in a somewhat futuristic way. The company is releasing a $120 robotic dog toy called Proto Max as part of its FurReal Friends...

After an apparently very influential career talk with her father, 7-year-old Chloe Bridgewater decided to go where many hopeful job seekers have gone before: the Google careers page.  SEE ALSO: Third grader has no time for your silly homework no...

There’s a lot of bubbly, cheery music geared toward babies out there, but this melody was composed using the power of science. Read more...

When my husband and I had our first child several years ago, we felt financially prepared. We had to dip into our savings for fertility treatments and related medical expenses, but I was steadily freelancing as a writer and editor to supplement the l...