KIDS & FAMILY
Dyslexia is a condition in which people have problems processing letters, symbols and words, potentially compromising their ability to read. According to Kids Health, a medical information site powered by Nemours, research has shown dyslexia is a byproduct of how the brain processes information.
Wrap up the last of summer’s harvest with colorful ribbons of orange, green, yellow and red. Abundant zucchini, summer squash and carrots can be woven together with fettuccine pasta for a tasty supper your family will enjoy from preparation to the last bite.
I was in charge of taking meal tickets and handing out plates for an outdoor burger buffet lunch after a family fun run event. Greeting all ages coming through the line, I was caught off guard when two girls looked like “one,” from the waist up anyway.
Flowerpots are more than just containers for fragrant herbs, summer’s begonias or fall’s chrysanthemums.
When children misbehave, there’s often a reason for it, according to experts, who point out that understanding the behaviors can help you manage them more effectively, especially during play time.
So little time left, and so much yet to do. Do you feel that way this month, realizing that warm and long summer days soon will come to an end?
Children experience many firsts as they make their way through infancy and into childhood. Parents often remember their child’s first word and the day they took their first step, as both are major milestones in youngsters’ lives.
Stevenson Ranch and Copperhill Walmarts and the Santa Clarita Valley Salvation Army are joining forces to provide new school supplies to local children in need
Children and parents often look forward to the dawn of a new school year. But before the first homeroom session can take place, parents may
Despite our best efforts, children still get hurt by falls, drowning and poisoning. Take the time to evaluate whether your home is as protected as it can possibly be from preventable accidents.
Each year, millions of student-athletes across the globe participate in organized sports. Parents want these experiences to be as positive as possible for their children.
As a parent, you are probably tracking every move your young child makes, paying special attention to developmental milestones such as sitting, standing and talking.
By Donna Erickson Signal Contributing Writer As I latched a favorite bracelet made of reindeer l eather and spun silver/pewter designed by the Sami artisans