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The Teen Dating Game

Whether or not your child has gone on a date, now is the time to start a conversation about building healthy relationships.

The Benefits of Obstacle Course Camps

Several facilities have popped up in North Carolina to offer kids and adults safe environments in which to learn, train and play.

How to Plan Extracurricular Activities That Really Count

Admission officers are interested in meaningful engagement, not perfunctory participation.

Understanding Your Child's Moods and Anxiety

Normal mood swings or cause for concern?

Celebrate February With These Family Dances

Mark your calendars for these father-daughter, mother-son dances in the Triangle.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle this Weekend, Jan. 26-28

Learn about predators in Apex, view the night sky near Durham, and see hidden stories in art and celebrate snow indoors in Raleigh.

Secret Apps Your Teen May Be Using to Hide Photos, Videos, Messages and Files

Your child may be using deceiving smartphone apps to hide what they don't want you to see.

How to Talk About Sexual Assault With Your Child

In the wake of sexual allegations of many high-profile Hollywood and news professionals, and the #timesup and #metoo movements, it's time to discuss sexual assault with your children.

The Great Kindness Challenge Takes Place Jan. 22-26

More than 20 million children nationwide are expected to perform 2 billion acts of kindness during the 2018 Great Kindness Challenge.

4 Books That Celebrate Girl Power

Put on your cape, dust off your tiara and settle in with these four books featuring fun, feisty and fearless female leads.

Advice for Expecting Parents

Whether it's your first or second child, get ready for your new bundle of joy with these tips from Editor Michele Huggins.

Spring Conference to Focus on How Moms Can Help Daughters Survive — and Thrive — in Middle School

Expert panel offers advice on how mothers can help daughters make the transition.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle this Week, Jan. 22-25

Make icicle art in Apex, have fun with STEAM in Durham, check out a traveling exhibit in Raleigh and become a Citizen Scientist in New Hill.

Parent-Child Dynamic of Online Privacy: How Much is Too Much?

How much privacy should a parent offer his or her child on social media, or should they allow them on it at all?

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle This Weekend, Jan. 19-21

Make renaissance crafts in Apex, explore the night sky in Durham, make foil works of art at the in Raleigh, play with Legos in Raleigh and more.

HGTV's 'House Hunters Family' Seeking Raleigh Families

The popular show is looking for outgoing families who are passionate about their search for a new home.

10 Tips to Reset the Screen Habits in Your Home

Make it a family goal to reduce screen time this year.

SummerWork Youth Job Expo Rescheduled for Jan. 31 Canceled Due to Snow Makeup Day

Organizers hope to announce a rescheduled date soon.

Dropping a Nap Without Drama

How to move gradually from two rest periods to one.

'KIDZ BOP Live 2018' Coming to Charlotte, Raleigh

Tickets go on sale this week for the popular live show, which is "sung by kids for kids."

Movie Review: 'Paddington 2'

The film is a suspenseful and funny film that will entertain children and adults alike.

Statewide Book Drive Seeking 2,000 Children's Books

Drop off gently used books at several locations in Mecklenburg County.

North Carolina Zoo Seeking Volunteers

Youth may volunteer independently at the age of 16 with parental consent and at the age of 12 with a volunteer parent or legal guardian.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle this Week, Jan. 15-18

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at multiple events around the Triangle, play in nature in Raleigh, make a snowflake craft in Raleigh and explore a museum in Durham.

Martin Luther King Jr. Events

Celebrate the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with these events in the Triangle.

Statewide Drive Launches for Children's Book Donations

The drive’s goal is to secure more than 2,000 children’s books to help support childhood literacy efforts throughout the state.

When Your Ex’s Parenting Choices Make You Crazy

Children of divorce often live with two slightly different rules in different households.

Fun Things to Do in the Triangle this Weekend, Jan. 12-14

Try new fitness programs in Durham, learn about fractions in Holly Springs, check out Repticon in Raleigh, explore fossils in Apex and listen to a blues performance in Raleigh.

Mom Confident With Decision to Have Only One Child

Difficult pregnancy and labor are among the reasons this couple's son will be an only child.

Pediatric Surgery: A Wife’s Perspective

When one spouse has a demanding job, it can take the sacrifice of an entire family.
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Annual Guides

Education Guide

The all-new 2015-2016 Education Guide is packed with everything parents need to know to navigate more than 500 education options and resources in the Triad, including area preschools, private schools, public school systems, charter schools, boarding schools and academic resources.

GPS [Go. Play. See]

It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.