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Children reveal how fast time flies
Children serve as a reminder of years — and time in general — rolling by faster than we otherwise would realize.
How to teach children to use a pocket knife safely
Pocket knives are tools, not toys. Learn more about considerations for teaching pocket knife safety, such as age, choosing a knife and basic safety rules.
Farm life encourages innovation
Judith Sutherland explains why she believes farm-raised children are exposed to the need for innovative thinking at a higher rate than the average child.
Reflecting on unique moments in time
Judith Sutherland delights in watching her oldest grandchild swim the entire length of a 36-foot pool on his own power.
Possibilities endless at age 10
Judith Sutherland is reminded of the way the world opens up and the way you find the place you fit into it when you're 10 years old.
The great gift of grandchildren
Judith Sutherland considers the gift her grandchildren have been in her life. They lift her up and keep her laughing.
Bringing back the joy of youth
If you have a little bit of kid left in you, Judith Sutherland highly recommends you search for a Ziggle.
USDA extends free meals for children waivers
The USDA announced the nationwide extension to allow all children to continue to receive nutritious meals this summer when schools are out of session.
Children can get an inside look at dairy farming
Discover Dairy has launched a virtual learning library for elementary and middle school teachers and students.
How to make Paperwhite Daffodil bulbs bloom indoors
If want to try a STEM activity you can't find in the department store, your children are sure to enjoy making Paperwhite Daffodil bulbs bloom indoors.