Stories from children:

BYU Young Company presents The Glorious Story Emporium

Oct. 4 marks BYU Young Company's first of 10 improvised performances based on fairytale elements

A group of preschoolers were given one shot to beat the world's fastest builder of block towers.

How they reacted to this staged contest gives parents a helpful timeline for when to teach them important emotional skills. 

New research has found that a child’s relationships may be a hidden casualty long after a head injury.

Loads of studies over the years have shown that children who were breastfed score higher on IQ tests and perform better in school, but the reason why remained unclear.

A new study found that children who were bullied during P.E. class or other physical activities were less likely to participate in physical activity one year later. 

In perhaps their most ambitious idea yet, this year the Splash Lab took on the task of teaching hundreds of Utah school children how to build and operate robots that can navigate under water.

They turn Dad’s hair gray, but children can now take partial credit for the health of Mom’s heart.

Published authors and artists will teach aspiring writers and illustrators of all skill levels how to write, illustrate and publish books for children and young adults during the Tenth Annual Writing and Illustrating for Young Readers Workshop at BYU June 8-12.

Brigham Young University’s Young DanceMakers will present “An Evening of Dance — Happiness Is…” Friday and Saturday, May 8-9, at 7:30 p.m. in the de Jong Concert Hall, Harris Fine Arts Center. The performance features 110 children, ages 6-18, who have created their own choreography based on what happiness means to them