I know, I know, it's the last day of school for millions of kids everywhere, and they aren't the only ones sprinting for the finish line. But before you relegate the backpack to the closet, you'll want to recreate this teacher's clever bullying lesson - using only a couple of red apples - at home.
Rosie Dutton, a teacher in Birmingham, England, recently took to Facebook describing the experiment. First, she repeatedly tapped and gently dropped one of the apples on the floor before class without telling the kids.
What does a top model do when a photograph reveals her cellulite? Well, she could beg Google to pull that baby down post-haste, or pray that the Photoshopping gods work their magic and make it disappear.
Kids are naturally curious. Yet as parents we feel unprepared - even unwilling - to answer many of their questions. Enter a new web series aimed at providing preschool-friendly information about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community.
Nephi Garcia is a family man with a very special talent.
The Garcias have a bit of a Disney fetish, having visited the theme park more than 100 times in 2015 alone - usually in full costume. From Belle and Mary Poppins to the entire cast of Aladdin, couture guru Garcia designs and outfits his three children in Disney costumes.
Obesity is a real problem that often has its origins in childhood.
As a parent, it's hard to know whether to speak up or stay silent when your child is overweight. If you comment, you risk setting your kid up for an eating disorder. If you say nothing, you may be jeopardizing your kids' health.