Family Matters

Articles on raising kids and parenting
Sexting: it's time to tell the kids about the billboard test.
Henry Fagg, Director of, explains how online tuition works.
Capital One made football playing kids' dreams come true with a once-in-a-lifetime chance to take over Wembley.
Booking childcare gets the Uber treatment.
The experts at What2Buy4Kids give us the solution to keeping kids organised, with help from Tyrrell Katz.
A great Christmas recipe for turning a baked potato into a delicious mouth-watering treat.
James Eder, founder Studentbeans, and Julie Doleman from Experian discuss how students can manage their finances.
Likeminders shares some advice on the pros of hiring a holiday nanny.
Perfect for adding some festive cheer to tea-time this Christmas and a good way to get your children cooking.
An excellent foundation for a wide range of careers so we need to encourage girls to take the subject at A-Level and beyond.
The puzzle-solving archaeologist makes his return to handheld gaming on the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 3DS XL.
As a child, it's daunting staying in hospital but with the help of Ronald McDonald House Charities, families can stay close by.
Watch this WebTV show with experts, Dr Hilary Jones and child psychologist, Emma Kenny, on how kids can cope with going back to school.
The day has come; yes those trauma inducing A Level results are out; and we've compiled a list of incredibly useful advice to help...
Follow Like Minders' advice when leaving your baby or child for the first time with a babysitter.
Fiona Haldenby writes about child's play and developing children’s physical, emotional, social, mental and creative abilities.
Ex Rugby International Mark Cueto gives us his thoughts on the Blocks and Trys to getting your child involved in team sports...
Bake this Easter cake with your children and share with family and friends.
Enter AlexandAlexa's competition to win a family trip to Disneyland Paris, plus £1000 to spend on designer childrenswear.
The panel discusses breastfeeding, dealing with difficult sleeping patterns and Halloween.
Make your child's lunchbox interesting and nutritional.
Family mediator, Jonathan Yorke-Long, explains how to take the easier road to divorce.
The panel discuss pregnancy and motherhood as well as fashion's top picks for mums to be.
The panel discuss going back to school, separation anxiety and how to get organised for the new term.
Two sporting legends have fun and get creative in the kitchen.
Summer holidays, competitive parenting and buying your child's first shoes. Watch the web TV show here.
Louise Villis talks about children's suitcases.
Top tips from tennis champion, Greg Rusedski, on how to have a great relationship with your kids.
In the first webTV show of this monthly series, Tamzin Outhwaite and a panel of mums discuss school holidays and child supervision. Next show date: 8 July. Show time: 13.30.
Follow food artist Prudence Staite's recipe for an entirely edible treasure chest, made from whole grain cereals, that you can fill with fruit.
Calling all mini Kates and mini Williams - enter the Royal Wedding look-a-like competition. Entries close 6 May 2011.
Be creative in the kitchen and cook an alternative Easter treat.
Children's TV presenter, Michaela Strachan's top tips for making the most of your family day out.
Georgie Jones talks about her flexible childcare service, Like Minders.
Some tips on how to make travelling with children enjoyable.
The golden bear with the rumbly tummy is back on the big screen.
Henry Fagg, Director of The Tutor Pages on the private tutor 'epidemic.'
Being pregnant doesn't have to mean dressing drably as these top maternity-wear sites prove.
Sound advice for getting a good night's sleep for your baby.
The founder of Mumsnet talks about the child benefit cuts, politics and why she always has time for a biscuit...
Nicola Baird shares her top ten tips for raising a child the eco way.
Wrong Trousers Day takes place on 25th June and helps raise money for children's hospitals and hospices.
David Cameron explains what a Conservative government would mean for single parents at Gingerbread's AGM.
David Teale picks out his top ten reads for children this Christmas.
Toby Young wants to end the "educational apartheid" by setting up a grammar school with a comprehensive intake.
Join the Million Mums Tweet-A-Thon on 15 Oct 09.
Waitrose and Mumsnet team up to get you cooking at home.
My School Book Club founder, David Teale is on a mission to get the next generation reading. Here's how you can help.
The My School Book Club founder picks out his favourite Back to School Books.
Buy discounted children's books and earn free books for your school at this online school book club.
A new learning tool for pupils, teachers and parents.
An affordable extra pair of hands for busy mums.
Over 40 menu ideas for lunchboxes and a welcome break from the sandwich and crisps.
Get the low down on American education.