Posts Tagged: Child Development

March 31, 2022
The Power of Play – Part One

Ask yourself, when was the last time you really put down the phone, ignored the dirty dishes and got down with some playtime? […]

December 17, 2021
Helping Children Deal With The Pressures to Achieve

In case you missed our last webinar on December 6th, here is the full recording from our discussion on supporting our children with […]

August 4, 2021
Finding Our Children’s Hidden Talents

As parents, we all desire to see our children grow to be successful adults. We even may be guilty of indulging in the […]

June 30, 2021
The Benefits of Play

We love PLAY around here at The Wise Family! There are SO many benefits for a child when play is incorporated on a […]

September 11, 2019
Routines for Kids with ADHD

Continuing on last week’s topic of establishing a routine – This week we focus on creating healthy routines for kids with ADHD.   […]

June 2, 2016
How to Be Proud without Poisoning the Process

It’s that time of year – GRADUATION!  And a time of pride for teens, young adults and parents around the country.  And although […]

May 4, 2016
The Importance of Play

Recently, I was driving to my daughter’s softball game and turned on NPR.  The conversation was with Erika Christakis, the author of the […]

July 8, 2015
Raising a “Street Smart” Kid

This post originally appeared on A Fine Parent. by Chonce Maddox. (This article is part of the Emotional Intelligence series.) Are your children equipped […]

July 1, 2015
Let’s Put a Bow on the 12 Habits of a WISE Family

It’s time to finally wrap up and put a bow around the 12 habits of Wise families!  Although it was only 12 habits, […]

March 4, 2013
When to WORRY about WORRY

Kids worry…and we parents worry about our kids worrying.   It’s normal for a preschooler to fear separation from his/her mother or to worry […]