Rick and Dick Hoyt and the Power of Family

Incredible things can happen when you do things together.

My Bar Mitzvah Game Changer, Even During Covid

My dad and I took this amazing online program that made my whole Bar Mitzvah experience way more meaningful.

How to Inject Happiness in Your Home

We can increase the happiness in our home, especially in the happy month of Adar.

4 Strategies to Help Your Children Develop Good Character

You can teach your kids everything they need for life.

Kids Are Out of Control and What You Can Do About It

The pandemic has brought out risky behavior in our children.

Happy Meals: Ten Ways to Keep your Children Engaged at the Shabbat Table

Proven techniques to create a happy, peaceful and enjoyable Shabbat meal with your family.

6 Life Hacks to Strengthen Your Kids’ Jewish Identity

Easy ways to create a more Jewish atmosphere in our home.

How to Defuse a Power Struggle with Finesse

Most parents at some point will fall into the power struggle trap. Here's how to get out of it, while teaching your child a valuable lesson.

Discovering My Child is Autistic

My struggle to come to terms with the shocking diagnosis that my son is autistic.

This 7 Year Old Raised $22,000 for Charity

Lori Orlinsky speaks to Aish.com about her daughter Hayley and encouraging empathy in kids.

The Maccabees, Heroism and Your Children

This Hanukkah, teach your kids how to identify with true heroism.

Great Ideas for Celebrating Hanukkah at Home During the Pandemic

Don't let being housebound get you and your family down!

Hanukkah: 8 Nights of Games, No Gifts

Food blogger Danielle Renov celebrates Hanukah with eight nights of games. Here's how you can follow her lead.

The Pandemic, Anxiety, and the Jewish Home

Harvard researchers found that children who do this have lower risks of mental illness.

Tell Your Kids You Love Them

Because they need to hear it all the time.

Stepmother: One Step at a Time

Stepmother. After Cinderella, no PR company can do sufficient damage control on this term.

Let Them Have Fun

Your kids' excitement is not part of a scheme to drive you crazy.

How to Stop Arguing with Your Child

6 ways to help you stop the cycle of arguing.

Alcohol, Parenting and the Pandemic

Alcohol consumption is up. Of particular concern is the impact on children.

Parenting in a Pandemic

Three pivotal ways to help our children throughout this upheaval. They need us now more than ever.

Teaching Our Kids to be Happy

Three practical ways to show your children how to choose happiness this Sukkot.

Explaining the Meaning of Yom Kippur to Your Kids

How to bring to life the concept of repentance and forgiveness to your young children.

Making Rosh Hashanah Meaningful for Your Kids

How to help your kids connect to the significance of the Jewish new year.

Supporting Kids in Distance Learning: Practical Advice from Teachers and Experts

Aish.com spoke with educational experts. Here's what they had to say.

Back to School During the Pandemic: Calming Your Child’s Fears

Many kids and parents are feeling more anxious and stressed at this time. Here are some tips that can help.

Saying No to Your Kids

Kids know that sometimes no doesn't actually mean no. It means let's drive our parents crazy until they give in.

Top 10 Ways to Get Through Bed Rest

Ten tips to get through this challenging time from women who emerged stronger on the other side.

Want Your Children to Follow the Ten Commandments? Teach Them Wisely

Respect and obedience can only be taught in an environment of empathy, validation and emotional intelligence.

How to Give your Kids the Gift of Confidence

If I'm confident that my child can handle a situation, they will confidently deal with it.

I'm the Parent and I'm in Charge

Stop reacting to your children and proactively rule your home.

My Son’s Pandemic Bar Mitzvah

As my son prepares for a smaller celebration, his siblings helped him cope with disappointment.

Summer Fun: Simple Sensory Activities

Super easy activities that stimulate your children’s senses.

You are the Best Parent for Your Child

That's why God chose to give this child specifically to you.

Beatrice the Butterfly: A Covid-19 Story for Children

Remembering what makes life magical.

Practical Communication Techniques to Create a Peaceful Home

Knowing when, how and what to say can be a lifesaver during this time.

Respecting Fathers

When did the word “dad” become synonymous with out of touch and irrelevant?

Give Me Your Kvetch

How externalization techniques help me be a better parent.

My Big Win

At times I think I'm the worst mother in the world. Then something like this happens.

Short Bedtime Coloring Story: Helpful Hindy

Discuss the Jewish value of giving with your children.

DIY Tour of Jerusalem

For Jerusalem Day, a ready-to-use-at-home activity guide for the entire family.

Short Bedtime Coloring Story: Forgetful Fanny

A short bedtime story and coloring book on the value of remembering.

Short Bedtime Coloring Story: Freddy-Fix-It

A short bedtime story and coloring book on the value of helping people.

Coronavirus and the Challenging Child

5 reasonable tips to make lockdown more manageable and increase positivity in your home.

The Real Home Schooling Isn't through Zoom

Your kids are learning far more watching how you and your spouse interact.

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