Kids of all academic levels who joined one particular club to play one particular game in a Texas school district far outscored their peers on standardized tests. Click here to be transported to Let Grow to read what it was — and why it made such a difference!
A dad finds the right way to tell his sons he lost his job — and maybe a way for them to accept loss, too. His story is here, at Let Grow.
At Let Grow today we examine a recent article arguing that kids are in grave danger every time they go online, so parents should shadow their every keystroke. What a huge and controversial topic! Please join the conversation by clicking here.
As you may have noticed, many playgrounds are empty except for very young kids and their adult minders. But Providence, RI, figured out the key to getting kids out to play (and eat their federally funded lunches). Read about its novel solution, at Let Grow.
Check it out over and Let Grow and find out, at the 3:04 mark, why Margie and Jim NEVER get into a car with strangers. I can guarantee you will be surprised.
It happens to feel very good for parents who had worried that they could be suspected of neglect simply for giving their kids some independence. Read all about it here — at Let Grow! Photo by @monroefiles at Unsplash.
A 9-year-old who was bitten by a shark went back into the water — and so did her ENTIRE FAMILY! Video and story over at Let Grow!
In a no-holds-barred New York Times opinion piece, Kim says we have ruined childhood — and yet, there’s a way back. She credits our own Dr. Peter Gray with the solution. Here it is, at Let Grow!
The same, sad myth we were encouraged to teach our kids — “Stranger danger” — is wrong for adults, too. Talking to strangers is a key to happiness. Read all about it (including how-to-start tips), over at Let Grow. Photo by Trung Thanh on Unsplash
Never doubt the power of one freaked-out naysayer to make the nightly news, as you can see from this video — and our commentary — at Let Grow.