Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. School is a place where kids learn to compare and talent is applauded. But there are three ways ordinary kids can find their extraordinary place in life and be happy with it.
Ever wanted to make your own tie-dyed clothing? This super easy trick from What’s Up Moms will leave your kid (or yourself!) with the coolest tie-dyed kicks. All you’ll need is sharpies, a white pair of sneakers and rubbing alcohol.
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. It’s not until it’s too late that you realise middle child syndrome is a real thing. For parents, there are three things you can do to overcome it.
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. If you have a teen that’s losing interest in their sport, here’s four things you can do to keep them active well into their adult years.
Secret codes, DIY periscopes, inkless fingerprints and laser mazes! 4 awesome spy activities to make a day out of – perfect for rainy days in, weekends, birthday parties, school holidays or even as ideas for teachers!
Disciplining your child is hard work, but you can do it in a God-centered, grace-based way!
Author: Rachel Doherty | Tweens 2 Teen. Raising nice children is a goal most parents aspire to, but defining a “good kid” can be a challenge when you’re working with tweens and teenagers.
Who knew that a shirt could double as a tote bag? You probably didn’t, but this little DIY video will have you looking at your closet in a whole new light.
Sick of throwing away plastic cups all the time? Why not reuse them before you recycle in these 5 simple ways to bring creativity into playtime for the kids!
One moment, your child is respectful and kind, and another, they’re defiant and withdrawn. The early teenage years are often fraught with drama and angst.