Fatherhood Matters: Jan 11, 2018

Fatherhood Matters is what Dad Central uses to stay in touch with you.  This is where we post interesting news, ideas, resources, and some fun stuff about fatherhood.  It is a mix of info for dads and info for those working to support fatherhood.  Enjoy! How are we doing with fatherhood as a society?  This …

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Dads and Affection

by John Hoffman Are you less affectionate with your kids than your partner is with them? If so, do you ever wonder what that means? Or do you worry that people might think you don’t love your kid that much (or that your kids might even think that)? Spoiler alert. Don’t worry. You’re probably normal. …

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Fatherhood Matters: The Special Situations Issue

Fatherhood Matters is what Dad Central uses to stay in touch with you.  This is where we post interesting news, ideas, resources, and some fun stuff about fatherhood.  It is a mix of info for dads and info for those working to support fatherhood.  This time we take some time to focus on some unique …

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What Men Say: a summary of the National Fatherhood Survey

Earlier this year Dad Central held an online survey to find out from men how they fulfill their role as fathers and what they think about how fatherhood is perceived across Canada.  Here are the Fatherhood Survey Highlights. What Men Say: when it comes to parenting, most men just try their best and hope it …

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Make A Temperature Tracker

Sure, graphing math facts may not be as fun as karaoke or skating. But, as homework goes, it's a whole lot more interesting than organizing facts in a chart or numbers on a list. Even though "plotting," or marking a data point on the x-axis and y-axis of a graph can be both challenging and tedious, watching …

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Table Games You Can DIY On A Snowy/Rainy Day

by Mark Cop Snowy winter is the best season for kids because the entire outdoor becomes a white playground which attracts them like a magnet. I mean, who wouldn’t want to go outside to build a snowman, throw snowballs or make snow angels? It is a wonderful time but, when the snow starts to melt …

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