Category: For You Dad
APS POLICE DEPARTMENT PARTNERS WITH FATHERS INCORPORATED’S ‘REAL DADS READ’ MOBILE SUMMER READING INITIATIVE
The APS Police Department and Fathers Incorporated will roll out “Real Dads Read” mobile units providing reading materials to children in various Atlanta neighborhoods.
What You Should Look For in a Preschool
A preschool can look great on paper and you can easily be fooled by seemingly overenthusiastic adults. But the one thing that can’t pull off a lie no matter what is a kid’s face.
Tips To Curb Your Overprotective Parental Tendencies
Do you pride yourself on swooping in and saving your child whenever he gets in a sticky situation that you see is about to go south? […]
NATIONAL FATHERHOOD AGENCY ANNOUNCES REAL DADS READ EVALUATION with GEORGIA STATE UNIVERSITY
The evaluation will also examine how barbershops can be used as a local resource to increase parental access to high quality children’s literature.
Helping Your Baby With Language Development
You’ve been dreaming about hearing your baby say his or her first word since you laid eyes on him or her. You’re wondering what the word will […]
5 Tips for Raising a Healthy and Active Toddler
With 40 percent of all adults in the United States being officially labeled as obese, it makes us dads worry a bit. We do not want our young sons or daughters to learn bad habits early on in life that will lead to weight problems.
Wow Your Partner With Your Knowledge of Pacifiers
Dads sometimes get a bum rap for not knowing enough about babies, their gear, and baby safety. Sometimes that reputation is earned, but sometimes it isn’t.
Why Dads Need to Teach Their Daughters to Love STEM
In their early years of school, girls excel at Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) subjects. But somewhere around the junior high age, girls begin turning away from their interest in STEM.
Fathers Incorporated Launches Drive To Five Campaign
The Drive to Five messaging campaign will equip and empower fathers with the necessary tools to understand the importance of and fully develop their role as fathers, encouraging them to engage positively with their children during the most formative years of life–up to age 5.