Questions 4 Kids, Week of December 2

The weather’s getting colder, the holidays are upon us, and school’s almost out for winter break! What better time to reconnect with your family with these creative new Questions 4 Kids?

Questions 4 Kids, Week of November 25

Happy Monday! We have some really fun Qs for you this week. Get your kids to brainstorm about books they’ve read, people they admire, and impressive vocabulary words they know!

Questions 4 Kids, Week of November 18

Happy Thanksgiving from all of us at ParentsTogether. We hope your holiday is filled with family, friends, and yummy food! Use these questions during this special time together to spark some memorable conversations with your kids!  

Questions 4 Kids, Week of November 11

Happy Veterans Day from all of us at ParentsTogether. To honor our time together during this important holiday, we’ve included a couple of questions about family, to get your kid thinking about why theirs is so special!

Questions 4 Kids, Week of November 4

This week, we have a special Election Day question for your kids! This is a great opportunity to talk to them about voting, or even take them with you to the polls. We also talk about yummy snacks, the jungle, and the alphabet!

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This One Surprising Thing Can Boost Your Baby’s Language Development

Did you know that babies begin developing the ability to speak and understand language BEFORE BIRTH?!?? I just learned there’s one HUGE way to boost language skills in babies and it might surprise you… It’s music! Studies have shown that babies who make and move to music start to express themselves and communicate earlier than those who don’t. In fact, …

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Dealing With Tantrums

You’ve heard of the “terrible twos,” right? Well they don’t always end at 2. Sometimes it’s the terrible threes and fours, too—at least it was for my sons! Dealing with meltdowns is never easy, so our ParentsTogether team reached out to an expert for some Do’s and Don’ts. First, the Don’ts: If your little one starts to have a meltdown …