Five to Ten
What makes some parents more effective than others? Top tips.
Children learn to make cookies in a hundred-year-old oven.
"Yes, I agree I was mean to you and did very wrong. I am sorry."
Feel guilty about buying your young kids ready-made meals? Don't be.
Do you, despite being dead-tired, stay up late because it's your only kid-free time?
If Pokemon Go isn't your jam, you could try this boozier alternative: 'Chardonnay Go.'
'How can we help children navigate a world in which they will inevitably meet people who want to harm them?'
The dream toy testing job is over for two Wellington kids.
The dos and don'ts of dealing with sibling resentment.
Having these conversations can turn your kids into cash-savvy adults.
Getting your child to open up about their day can mean asking no questions.
Do you have some spare time?
Karissa Miller, 9, born without a hand, received her own Frozen themed prosthetic.
He weighs 192kg and it's threatening his life.
Parents capture funny photo of their daughter running from a peacock - and then the internet took over.
Constantly interfering with your child's learning and decision making can have long term negative effects.
All that screen time may be affecting our kids' social skills - and not in a good way.
Their dad is obsessed with running.
Suzanne Nelson vows never to repeat her one moment of "cruelty".
It's every five-year-old's dream, right? Pink celebrates daughter Willow's birthday with a celebrity-themed cake.
It's not your fault, some children are just "hardwired" to be stubborn.
Lego toys increasingly display violence, shooting and threatening behaviour, researchers say.
A five-year-old girl in the US is suspended after she brought a bubble gun to school.
"I'd get up every morning, catch the bus, and I'd sort of know what was going to happen,"
The Marlborough Book Festival closes with three authors discussing their experiences of Antarctica.
Seven-year-old tricked teachers into letting her leave early with an error-ridden handwritten note... and her dad is furious.
Teaching kids about money is child's play if you follow these four steps.
A child with autism has reminded the world of the transcendental power of music.
A couple of minutes brain strain for the kids, a few minutes peace for mum and dad.
Some children sent to Child, Youth and Family caregivers don't know what an apple is, or how to use a fork.