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Learn more about Moxie's weekly themed content designed to develop life skills beyond academics.
Learn more about how we developed Moxie to help promote learning and act as a springboard for children to engage with others and the world around them.
Explore symptoms of aggression, what to look out for, and a few coping strategies you and your child.
EQ in kid's is their ability to understand, regulate, and manage their own emotions – as well as maintain sensitivity to the emotions of others
Anxiety is a common feeling that kids can experience, especially when they haven't yet master self-regulation. Guided meditations and other mindfulness exercises can help c...
The research is in - recommended way to find the sweet spot of effective praise that is meaningful and healthy for kids.
The marshmallow study was first conducted at Stanford University by Walter Mischel in the 1970’s. This began a series of studies around how kids develop self-control and s...
Communicating difficult or unpleasant emotions is hard. For children, who may not yet have the words to describe their big or scary feelings, soothing, regulating, and tal...
Learn some concrete ways to help your kids develop empathy.
Caring for kids can feel tough and it’s easy to lose track of the big picture as you fall into the rhythm of the daily grind.
Setting time aside with children focused on communication allows room for relationship growth and increased happiness - for both parents and kids.
A guide for maximizing your Moxie experience.