Holocaust Remembrance Day is a prime opportunity to educate children about the Shoah, but you’d be a wise parent to steer clear of these two apps.
My two-year-old daughter’s commitment to living Jewishly amazes me. I hope I don’t screw it up.
I’ll never forget the day my son, not yet three, said to me, ‘I want a haircut’
Asian-Jewish unions are producing some of the proudest Jews around
I knew my friends weren’t keen on kids. Then I found out that they didn’t much care for parents, either.
The 500 infant children of migrant workers currently facing deportation expose the unsettled nature of Israel’s immigration policy for foreign caregivers
An afternoon of grilling, drinking, and friendly conversation with neighbors is one man’s nightmare
Stories of Abraham, the original outsider, and a young Israeli activist who followed his lead
The vintage children’s book about a Jewish Tom Thumb still speaks to today’s kids
Rosh Hashanah, a reminder of the cyclical nature of Jewish life, provides good lessons for parenting
A hot day in Tel Aviv, a bored child, and a discussion of the Commandments
A haftorah of consolations and expectations
A haftorah of breaking down and sobering up
There are distinct similarities between what comes out on the page and what comes out in the w.c.
Passover is about freedom, so let’s not encourage our kids to be slaves to their allergies
Little people, big questions
How becoming a father drove me away from Judaism—and my daughters into the Episcopal Church
How to talk to kids about death, in Haiti and at home
How to keep your kid from becoming a tattler
The Annotated Child: Coping with the December dilemma
As Chabad opens preschools across the country, secular parents try to reconcile the movement with the classroom
A haftorah of singing praise and raising kids
While Reform campers define Jewishness through success
On Yom Kippur, kids will be kids
Israeli woman dies after producing 1,400 descendants
There’s no sure way to raise kids who apologize and accept apologies
A son goes off to college, and a mother is left behind
A Manhattan couple repairs the world—five kids at a time
Imagining the world’s most politically correct children’s book
Summertime, and the car rides ain’t easy