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Parents Panel: What's your best tip for taming toddler meltdowns?

We asked Irish parents to weigh in on the ultimate power struggle: the toddler tantrum.

Stories vs screens: What's the secret to raising a book-loving baby?

And should you care? Chrissie Russell looks at the impact of reading at home.

6 great ideas to get the kids out of the house this weekend - from trolls to Teletubbies

With a few underwater stories along the way.

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Poll: Will your kids be giving anything up for Lent this year? Family Poll This post contains a poll

Poll: Will your kids be giving anything up for Lent this year?

Is Lent a thing of the past – even for Catholics?

WIN: A day of fun for the whole family at Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre Win

WIN: A day of fun for the whole family at Dublin's Smock Alley Theatre

We have two family passes for a very special double bill to give away.

FAMILY NEWS

It should be 'frowned upon' for parents to give young children a smartphone, politicians told

Online experts have been giving evidence before an OIreachtas committee.

Why are oversubscribed Educate Together schools only taking half-stream?

If the divestment process is to be meaningful, schools must be allowed to grow to full stream intake if the demand is there, writes Ronan Moore.

This school in Japan is asking parents to buy their children €600 Armani-branded uniforms

The decision has sparked complaints and fierce debate, even reaching as far as parliament.

Filmmakers apologise after complaints over allergy scene in Peter Rabbit movie

The scene involved a character who has fruit thrown at him and has to use an EpiPen.

From The Daily Edge Saoirse Ronan revealed that she played on the boys' GAA team when she was growing up Saoirse Ronan