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.

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.

Covid 19 Family Guidebook: Do-It-Home Activities and Coping Skills

Over 200 activities and fun ideas for the entire family. No computer required.

The Need to Make Your Kids Happy is Destroying Them

We want to teach our children to live a life of meaning and success, not just be happy.

Yes...and Also: Dealing with Mixed Emotions

During quarantine we can enjoy time with our family members and also feel quite overwhelmed or irritated by their constant presence.

9 At-Home Passover Activities

Easy, do-at-home Passover activities to help keep the family entertained, happy and provide a family-bonding experience.

Changing My Expectations as a Mother during COVID-19

As a mother, I was failing miserably. But I turned things around and you can too.

Giving Your Kids Structure During Your “Coronacation”

Structure provides a sense of security, normalcy and even comfort, particularly in these uncertain and stressful times.

How to Talk to Your Kids about the New Normal

A three-prong approach for your home.

Home with Your Kids: 8 Ways to Manage COVID-19

How to keep sane and positive at home during this pandemic.

How to Help Kids Learn when Hebrew School’s Cancelled

Four strategies to help kids learn even when Hebrew School is cancelled.

There's No “I” in Hannah

My 14-year-old daughter showed me what it means to be part of a team.

Jewish Summer Camp’s Incredible Lasting Impact

Sending kids to Jewish summer camp fosters a love of being Jewish throughout their lives.

I Take No Credit…and I Take No Blame

My two children have the same dedicated parents. Yet one child is thriving while the other is not.

PODCAST: Parenting with Enthusiasm

Rabbi David Schoonmaker on the importance of enthusiasm and joy in the home.

How to Say No to Your Kids

Kids need to be told "no." Here are some effective tools to get that message across.

PODCAST: Is My Child a Natural-born Leader?

Rabbi Berel Wein on teaching leadership skills to our children.

Talking to Your Kids About Rising Anti-Semitism

Six tools to respond to our children’s fear.

PODCAST: Gotta Love Millennials

Rabbi Dovid Orlofsky on the Boomer-Millennial generation gap.

The Anonymous Hero of Hanukkah: A Story for Parents and Kids

Why don’t we know the name of this Chanukah hero?

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