A new book by science writer Annie Murphy Paul offers insight into brain development in children through smarter everyday interaction.
A trip to the observatory reveals to this dad that his kids have supervillain potential. He’s equally impressed and terrified.
He may not necessarily remember exactly how the human digestive system works but he’ll remember spending science time with me and having fun learning.
Science and religion are on a collision course in my household. I explained the evolution vs. creation issue as well as I could, thoroughly confusing my kids — and myself — in the process.
Parental hugs help kids in their emotional and physiological development, make them more resilient, less prone to illness, and create stronger bonds.
Last month my family slept under a Tesla Coil, and we lived to tell the tale! Although I haven’t run […]