During this long, damp, cool spring, you may have found it difficult to think about what you are going to do this summer.
Wouldn’t it be great if you could choose what school your child attends?
Under HR 610, the most far-reaching piece of legislation regarding education ever passed by Congress would be completely wiped off the books. There would be no federal regulations governing schools. One bill would erase 50 years of progress in education.
It’s still hard for me to wrap my head around the fact that they had a less than 1 percent chance of winning, yet they played as if they were in a tie game. To do this, you need more than talent and strong skills; it’s more than X’s and O’s and managing the clock.
We can all agree that math and science are important, but we need to acknowledge the importance of arts education.
Arguably the toughest time to parent your child may be when they hit middle school and/or puberty.
Maybe like me you are feeling stressed out, or at the least are uncertain about where we go from here now that the ballots have been counted.
Your vote determines the rhetoric your children will hear and the person they will look up to for the next four years. Who do you want that to be?
The Internet and social media are akin to the Wild West — a place where anything goes and where the world is black and white, good vs. evil.
Even though we have reached the milestone of a woman being a major party’s nominee for president and have come a long way since the early 20th century, women still face an uphill battle.
What I like most about our annual reader’s poll is that it puts the spotlight on the businesses, places and people that help to make New Hampshire a wonderful and special place to live and visit.
On June 12, hundreds of club-goers went to Pulse Nightclub in Orlando to enjoy a night out. As of press time, 49 of them would be dead — victims of the worst mass shooting in American history.
Bullies aren’t born; they are made. Children aren’t born haters; they learn to hate.
This full-color magazine is the ultimate resource for parents who are looking for things to do and places to go throughout New Hampshire with their families this summer.
Bullying not only happens at school, it also happens at home, online, and in the media.
Studies show a strong correlation between how much a parent reads and how much their child reads.
All of the campaigning culminates at the ballot box on Tuesday, Feb. 9, the centennial of New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation primary.
Every year at Parenting New Hampshire we resolve to continue to be the go-to publication for parents in New Hampshire.
Congratulations to the winners of Parenting New Hampshire’s first-ever Young Writers Essay Contest! After reading the submissions, there is no doubt that there are many talented young writers in the Granite State. Contest entrants answered the essay question: If you…
I’m excited to announce the first-ever winners of our Young Writers Essay Contest in this month’s issue.
This month, we are excited to once again recognize the best that New Hampshire has to offer families living in the Granite State. Thank you to all our readers who took the time to complete our online survey over the…
We are never going to know exactly what happened in that secluded room, but what we do know is that two young lives are ruined before they have even began
One of the issues I enjoy putting together each year is our Teen Issue
Voting for the 2015 Family Favorites is open through August 15
If you still have one eye on your phone and one eye on the road, it’s time to put the phone down, or risk being fined.
When I became a teenager, sitting around the house all day during the summer was not an option.
Nothing prepared us for two young girls being taken from us so soon.
It’s in our children’s best interests that HB 136 becomes law in the near future.
I feel like I’ve been shoveling for three weeks. Oh wait, I have.
One of the most important things my mother taught me at a young age is the art of sending cards.
In the past few years I’ve developed a penchant for traveling; a real need to see the world. Yes, me. The same person who dreaded sleeping over someone’s house. The same person who bawled when her parents dropped her off…
For nine months, a mother agonized over the whereabouts of her daughter. Isn’t that enough?
If we are that busy snapping away, we aren’t engaged in what’s going on around us.
NH is filled with some amazing businesses and organizations and we’d love to hear all about them.
Parenting NH’s Dad on Board and author of a new book about making the best of your family’s next trip Disney World