Back to School: A Parent's Checklist

Back to School: A Parent's Checklist

ParentFurther blogger, Jolene, offers a helpful back to school checklist for parents of all ages and stages.

Back to School Season Has Arrived!

Back to School Season Has Arrived!

Are you ready? Our simple tips will help you start a successful school year—and keep it going.

Make the Most of the Back to School Shopping Season

Make the Most of the Back to School Shopping Season

Foster positive family communication around money with these tips from Search Institute and Capital One!

Get Moving! Simple Tips for Staying Active

Get Moving! Simple Tips for Staying Active

Active families are healthy families. Get moving with these everyday steps >>

Remain firm about your expectations as your kids grow, but expect bumps along the way. As kids change schools, go through puberty, and cope with difficulty, their enthusiasm for school and doing well can wane. Be patient but continue to have high expectations.

Got Grit? Help Your Child Develop a Sense of Perseverance

Learn about how the Perseverance Process can help motivate parents and kids to set and achieve goals. Watch the full video archive of our September webinar now!

Watch the archived webinar >>

ParentFurther Blog: A Thoughtful Blog for Busy Parents

July 23, 2014

By Sarah Willis, Guest Blogger

Reading rates among children have declined over the years. Fortunately, parents can greatly influence children’s reading habits and set kids on the path to becoming lifelong lovers of books.

July 15, 2014

By: Becky Post

Many families spend a lot of time in vehicles in the summer, whether it involves a long driving trip or running kids to soccer tournaments. July is National Purposeful Parenting Month and a perfect time to connect with your children occurs in the car.

June 18, 2014

By: Samantha MacDonald, Web & Social Media Specialist, ParentFurther

You probably ask your kids questions every day. What do you want for supper? Have you cleaned your room yet? These kind of questions require short and to-the-point answers.