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You Go Girl! Building Your Daughter’s STEM Confidence

  It’s International Women’s Month and that gives us the opportunity to shine an even brighter light on equity, particularly around what girls dream about...

Choosing the Right Preschool: Questions to Ask

Whether they are choosing a pediatrician or analyzing reviews of baby gear, new parents aren’t afraid to do their research to make the best...

Behavioral Health Treatment for Children on the Autism Spectrum 

If your son or daughter is on the autism spectrum, he or she may also exhibit symptoms of anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), depression or...

MOSI Shares Three Ways to Bring STEM Home from School

Our friends at MOSI are always full of great ideas on how we can engage our kids at home when away from school and...

Local Authors We Are Loving Right Now

We love to read here at Tampa Bay Parenting and so do our kids! We recently put our heads together to come up with...

Tampa Bay Area Private Schools: Find the One For You

Hillsborough Bayshore Christian School 3909 S. MacDill Ave., Tampa 813-839-4297; www.bayshorechristianschool.org The school’s college preparatory program focuses on core academic subjects, with enrichment programs in performing...

Hooked: A Look at the Effects Digital Media and Technology Has on Our Kids

Hooked: A Look at the Effects Digital Media and Technology Has on Our Kids and How to Address Them By Dr. Wendy Rice, Rice Psychology...

Princess Power 101: It’s Back to School for Tampa Bay’s Royal Hopefuls

In the kingdom of Tampa Bay, princesses-to-be are gearing up for another session of Princessing 101. Instructor and Parties With Character co-founder Karrie Mueller presides...

Helping Your Child Transition to a New School

The transition between grades, especially when it involves changing schools, can be an exciting yet daunting experience for students. In the transition, kids tend to realize that their study habits need an upgrade. Unfortunately, many students find new grades, especially as they transition to high school, to be the time that they fall behind. When you add that in with the pressure to fit in, your well achieving middle or elementary-schooler can quickly become a flustered high-schooler.

Get the Most Out of Your Child’s Back to School Physical

Doctors’ offices are very busy in August with the rush of kids who need an annual physical or vaccines in time for the start of school or the sports season. If you haven’t already made an appointment with your child’s pediatrician, it’s a good idea to make sure kids are up to date on their vaccines and have an exam for any new or recurring health issues.

5 Tips for Mom’s Back-to-School Sanity

Back to school season isn't just hectic for kids- it is hectic for moms too! Here are 5 tips to help moms keep their sanity during the back to school season.
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