What happens when kids train too hard in one sport? Nothing good — says no less than the National Athletic Trainers Association! They’ve got six suggestions to help parents to pull back. Read them at Let Grow by clicking here! Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
Quick answer: Yep. Read about what’s happening to the elderly AND kids over at Let Grow (click here). And please consider joining the discussion! Photo by Philippe Leone on Unsplash
The aftermath of one freshman getting lost for 20 minutes on a practice run is pretty infantilizing. Here’s the story, at Let Grow. Click this. Photo by Ellie Storms on Unsplash
Click here to go to the fun, pro-Free-Range, 2-minute Star Trek:Voyager clip at Let Grow. Enjoy!
We’ve got an update over at Let Grow on the states where “Free-Range Parenting” bills were presented in 2019, and which states we are targeting next. Click here for the update. And click HERE if you’d like to get involved!
Click here to read a Q&A on Let Grow with Antonio Sacre, master storyteller.
High school students aren’t babies. We believe they can think for themselves, even when confused, confounded or conflicted. Proof? Let Grow’s “Think for Yourself” college scholarship contest garnered over 9000 essays on topics like, “Did you ever learn something…from a jerk?” We chose four winners and: One got published in EdWeek! Another got published in […]
At the Canadian National Exposition, about 400 kids a day used to get lost in the ’60s. On one remarkable day in 1958, that number soared to 1624! And now? Somewhere between 5 and 12. Read why that might be kind of sad, over at Let Grow — and tell us your getting lost story. […]
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Someone else’s idea of what is overprotective or under-supervised shouldn’t matter one whit, unless a parent shows blatant disregard for a child’s safety and welfare. Ninja flicks with breakfast? Pizza for seven days straight? These are idiosyncratic decisions a parent should be allowed to make. And yet, writes Vivek Sankaran at the University Michigan Law […]