Do your kids have spring fever these days? While we’re all anxiously awaiting the arrival of warmer weather, these creative questions will help your family make the most of these last few days of winter.
I adore my boys, but I have to admit—sometimes parenting pushes me past my limits and I lose my cool. I know it happens to all of us, but it still leaves me feeling all kinds of terrible. That’s why I try to do 3 specific things when I lose it; taking these three steps when I blow my stack …
March is Women’s History Month! ParentsTogether is celebrating this special month with a week of Women’s History-themed questions. This is a great opportunity to take some time with your kids this week to talk about the incredible contributions of women throughout history!
Feeling cooped up with your kids in these long final days of winter? Here are some creative questions to spark fun conversation and make the time fly by!
As Black History Month comes to a close, we at ParentsTogether wanted to honor this special month with a series of Black History-themed questions for your kids. Enjoy!
This week, have your kids do some self-reflection and think about what they’ve learned and experienced recently. Reflecting together can be a great way to get kids to open up and reconnect with you!
Valentine’s Day is this week! This is a time where we pause to express love to those we care about, and spend some extra special quality time together. Here are some fun questions to get the conversation started during your family’s quality time!
It’s time for some brand new Questions 4 Kids! This week, we reflect on our goals for the future, announce some breaking news, and change colors like a chameleon!
It’s time for some new Questions 4 Kids! This week, we explore the animal kingdom, the depths of a volcano, and our very own families! Are your kids feeling extra creative? Have them draw their answers!
Disciplining my kids – especially before age 5 – was about as much fun as a root canal…without pain meds. My boys wouldn’t sit still for time outs, taking toys away never worked, and *everybody* hates it when Mom yells (including me). I have three quick tricks you can use to stop bickering, tantrums, whining, and all sorts of other …