Kids & Teens

17 useful musical Instruments for 5 years old that improve Toddlers' Creativity
By Tusar Ahmed · 3 days ago
Are you looking for a fun and educational way to introduce your child to the world of music? Our new musical instrument is specifically designed for 5 year olds, with colorful buttons, easy-to-press keys, and ...
Best blinds for schools
By Edward Wilkinson · 2 months ago
There’s no doubt that schools are a unique environment where the furniture must be durable. If a product isn’t built to last, it won’t withstand a continuous flow of children in a school. School kids ...
Pediatric Heart Murmurs
By Kevin Mccurry, Md · 3 months ago
It can be scary to hear your doctor say your child has a pediatric heart murmur. Thankfully, the vast majority of pediatric heart murmurs are innocent or benign. There are several types of heart murmur, ...
5 Common Myths About Ear Infections in Toddlers- Debunked!
By Kevin Mccurry, Md · 3 months ago
5 Common Myths About Ear Infections in Toddlers—Debunked! As a parent, it’s normal to worry about your child’s health—especially when they’re sick. And when your toddler has an ear infection, it can be difficult to ...
Teen with Epilepsy Gives Back Through Toys
By Anthony Cales · 3 months ago
Our daughter Alex seemed normal at birth up until she began to crawl. That is when we noticed she wasn’t using her right arm or hand. We later found out she had suffered a stroke ...
How to choose best baby stroller for travel system
By Rasel Hossain · 6 months ago
When it comes to traveling with a child - whether it is a big road trip or a few quick tasks in the city - luxury is everything. This is where the tourism system control ...
How to Make Oral Care Fun for the Whole Family
By Dr. Daniela Canales · 8 months ago
All too often, kids and adults alike fall into the same boring oral hygiene routine. Slowly brushing each tooth, carefully flossing, rinsing with water or some mouthwash… same old, same old. It’s no wonder that ...
The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy
By Anyoha · 1 year ago
"The Journey to Ezido Lake: A Story about Empathy" is now available in both paperback and Amazon Kindle. This new book follows two Nigerian children with two completely different social backgrounds and beautifully shows that ...
​Teddy Bear Ball And Gala 2021, a noble fundraising event helping countless lonely, children across USA
By Asha Bajaj · 1 year ago
​Teddy Bear Ball And Gala 2021, a noble fundraising event helping countless lonely, children across the USA #TeddyBearBallAndGala2021; #NobleFundraisingEvent; #BeverlyHills; #USA; #DrMarciaAnnMimsCoppertino; #MercyMissionBearHospitalAndAdoptionAgency Beverly Hills/ Canadian Media: Dr. Marcia Ann Mims Coppertino, Executive Director of ...
Young People Problems
By Folabomi Femi-Jemilohun · 1 year ago
If you’re a young person, you’re probably checking this out with a doubtful look on your face. You’re probably thinking, what could she possibly know about my problems? Or oh, please… she can’t possibly relate. ...
Some Things my Friends Should Know About Covid 19
By Dr. Anthony T. Craft · 1 year ago
Disclaimer: This blog is not written with the intent to endorse any cures, solutions, or treatment to coronavirus. The author is not a medical doctor, nor does the author proclaim in any way to be ...
Dressing your kids in cost effective designer clothes
By Leon Bott · 1 year ago
When you think about branded clothes, most of the time they tend to be very expensive. That’s true for boys designer clothes and girls designer clothes specifically. But you can still find some cost effective ...
Some Things my Friends Should Know About Covid 19
By Dr. Anthony T. Craft · 1 year ago
“Children are our most precious human commodity and our most precious resource for the longevity of our own existence. We must do everything we can to keep them safe as they return to the classroom,” ...
Requital for the bully
By Don Robbins · 1 year ago
People might say I was mean in my handling of a classroom bully. It probably was mean. All these years later, I still do not have one ounce of guilt. Julie Benz was a bully, ...
Lainy Flowers
By Don Robbins · 1 year ago
Lainy Flowers In the fall of 1969, I was fourteen and had spent over a year in the lock-up due to me running away from home and refusing to go back. My social worker got ...
An inconvenient child
By Don Robbins · 1 year ago
As a little boy, I lived in the small football town of Massillon, Ohio, with two wonderful people who were not my parents. Mrs. Rodgers was my aunt, and Jimmy was her husband. I lived ...
Requital for the bully
By Don Robbins · 1 year ago
People might say I was mean in my handling of a classroom bully. It probably was mean. All these years later, I still do not have one ounce of guilt. Julia Benz was a bully, ...
PM PROjEN's Charity Raffle raises £1,000 for Halton Play Council
By Paul Airey · 1 year ago
PM PROjEN is delighted to announce that the recent charity raffle managed to raise funds for their newly nominated charity, the Halton Play Council. Through a combination of money raised through the raffle and a ...
Things You Must Know About mSpy App
By Paul Bossky · 2 years ago
Do any parents want their child to be subjected to endure harassment and public humiliation by the form of digital abuse? I don’t think so! As a father of three kids myself, I have the ...
Puberty Interpersonal problems
By Johannes Petri · 2 years ago
Problems: Teenagers want to have an identity of their own. They tend to look up to role models at home or outside. Adolescents also start thinking about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’ and question your ...