Family First Feature
Scientists know how to teach kids to read. But are our schools using their methods?

By Esther Shaindy Leshkowitz

Family First Feature
Zivia Reischer on why she tells kids’ stories — and what she learned

By Zivia Reischer

Family First Inbox
“When you abuse someone physically, you hurt their body; when you abuse someone spiritually, you destroy their soul”

By Family First Readers

I'm Stuck
I don’t want to antagonize my child’s school — but I know her best

By Faigy Peritzman

Family Tempo
I’ve been teaching for years, but just two days in, I’ve given up

By Bashie Lisker

A Better You
It’s never too early to take steps to prevent tooth decay

By Family First Contributors

Cooking supper for your family is serious business

By Esty Heller

Looking back, I see the power of the past

By Rivka Frankel

Jr. Feature
I am absolutely positively 100 percent totally completely entirely fully utterly (I used a thesaurus) dreading taking the bus

By Malka Winner

The Rose Report
Israeli often mimics America’s worst notions, rather than its best

By Binyamin Rose

Building Dreams
What was Elka doing outside at this time of night? How could she have found me?

By Malka Grunhaus

The Current
Israeli experts are split whether the new deal is merely bad, or a ticking time bomb of a disaster

By Eliezer Shulman

“Kibbud av v’eim, as my rav states, is a mitzvah we are obligated to do when parents act like parents”

By Mishpacha Readers

The Moment
When the goal is spreading simchah, everyone’s a winner

By Shmuel Botnick and Yosef Herz