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Top 10 Quizzes

Top 10 Quizzes

Take a trivia challenge with family and friends.

1. Do You Scream for Ice Cream?
How much do you know about the all-time favorite dessert? Remember, some of this remains unproven folklore -- but take your chances, anyway!

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Finding an Apartment

Finding an Apartment

Many people find that renting an apartment is the way to go when they first move out on their own. There are usually plenty available (unless you get caught up in a housing crunch, as happens sometimes, especially in cities), and they come in a wide range of prices. You can get a studio or one-bedroom apartment if you'll be living on your own, or get an apartment with two or more bedrooms if you'll be sharing it with one or more roommates.

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by: Erin Dower

Smart Rules of Thumb for Children's App Use

Rules of Thumb on Children's App Use

It goes without saying that smartphones and apps have become an integral part of our everyday lives. But what about our children's lives? At what age is it okay to let your kids start using smartphones? Which apps are safe and which are not?

We've done some investigating to help you navigate the tricky world of smartphones, tablets and app use.

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Updated: April 7, 2020

How Parents Can Support Their Teens During Social Distancing

How to deal with quaranteens during quarantine

Teenagers thrive on social interaction with their peers and they have a strong desire for independence. The teenage years are a time when parents walk the line between letting their children become their own person and setting limits where it’s necessary for their safety and overall well being. But now that many cities and states have a stay-at-home order, parents are forced to keep their kids at home almost all the time, and some teens really struggle to accept this.

More: How FOMO Impacts Teens

Updated: May 15, 2019

Talking About Volunteering

Talking About Volunteering

ON THE MENU: Talking About Volunteering

FOR AGES: Five and up

There's no doubt about it -- it feels good to give! A recent landmark psychological study shows that people feel the best about themselves and about life when they're giving to others.

When we encourage kids to volunteer their time and energy, we're helping them develop feelings of self-worth. This is a critical component of their moral development.

The Words: How do you help other people? How does helping them make you feel?

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by: Katy Abel

When Parents Behave Badly at Kids' Sporting Events

When Parents Behave Badly at Kids' Sporting Events

Jeff Leslie still remembers the little girl standing on the mound, trying to play ball.

"She was pitching out there and all of a sudden she broke down crying," the volunteer president of the Jupiter-Tequesta Athletic Association recalls. "The coach went out to talk to her and she said, 'My dad is embarrassing me to death.'"

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by: Rebecca Desfosse

Time-Out Discipline Strategies That Work

Mom scolding young boy

Are your current discipline strategies falling short? Have you tried time-out and it hasn't gone the way you expected? Time-out can be an effective discipline technique when it's performed correctly. Time-out involves placing your child in a boring spot for a short time whenever she doesn't follow the rules. Tim-eout gives a child a break from your attention and some time to think about her choices and the consequences for her actions. Here's how to do it right:

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Formal Wedding Etiquette

Formal Wedding Etiquette

You're Engaged!

Before people get married, they become engaged. Engagement marks the interval between the day the couple agree to get married and the actual wedding ceremony. What happens during this period depends on the people involved, but some basic rules apply.

Oh, Grow Up

First, tell you parents the good news!

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Nutrition and Menopause

Nutrition and Menopause

Menopause is the natural part of a women's lifecycle when the menstrual period stops. It is sometimes called "the change of life," and is a unique and personal experience for every woman.

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Healthy Eating: Mighty Minerals

Healthy Eating: Mighty Minerals

A balanced diet means getting all of the minerals, as well as the vitamins, that your body needs to maintain good health. The best way to guarantee optimal intake of minerals is to understand why these nutrients are important and to learn how to design and consume a nutritious, balanced diet based on your individual needs.

What Are Minerals?

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Updated: May 15, 2019

Social Studies in Second Grade

Social Studies in Second Grade

A large part of the social studies curriculum throughout the primary grades consists of learning about families, neighborhoods, cities and towns, and countries. Second graders focus their attention on the own neighborhoods - on landmarks, architecture, history, changes over time, commerce, distinctive features, and similarity to other neighborhoods. They also learn about and celebrate various local, state, and national holidays and festivals. They read biographies of important Americans.

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Dogs and Swimming

Dogs and Swimming

Swimming is great exercise for a dog, and many dogs love the water. Dogs swim in swimming pools, lakes, ponds, and the ocean. Dogs run on beaches and ride in boats. But as with most physical activities, swimming comes with a few dangers, and it's up to you to keep your dog safe.

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Make Your Own Clay

Make Your Own Clay

If pottery, ceramics, or polymer clay don't seem to do it, homemade doughs and clays are a great way to play with squishy stuff, use your collective imaginations, and barely feel it in the pocketbook.

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