Look on the bright side this weekend with a musical podcast just for kids, a live concert with The Wiggles, some magical fairy gardening and more. Read on for all the details.

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Enjoy an Ear Snack
Download Ear Snacks, the latest musical podcast from LA-based children’s musicians Andrew & Polly. The duo and their friends consider music, science, art and culture in a fun-filled family-friendly podcast that parents enjoy and younger kids eat right up. All the details.

Skype a Scientist
Your whole family can chat with a scientist over video chat from your living room? Skype with a Scientist will match you with a scientist for free! The sessions are q&a conversations, so you and your kiddos can talk with a scientist about what makes you curious.  All the details.

Make a Fairy Garden
Combine your kid’s love of fairies with a little small-scale gardening—of the little people, by the little people and for the little people! All the details.

Wiggle with The Wiggles
The Wiggles are bringing their live show back to millions of fans around the world with The Wiggles—Live from Hot Potato Studios! This intimate series of concerts will give every fan of The Wiggles what they’ve always wanted—a front row seat. Live from Hot Potato Studios will feature six separate live Wiggles concerts. All the details

Check Out Uncle Julie’s Kids Trivia Show
Award-winning family filmmaker Julio Vincent Gambuto has launched a special daily live-stream to help parents make screen time fun, engaging and meaningful for kids of all ages. All the details

Work Out with Moana, Mulan & More
Disney Family has made a collection of fun exercise videos based on your favorite Disney films such as Peter Pan, Moana, The Incredibles and Mulan. The videos are each around 10 minutes long and feature iconic clips from the films. All the details.

Get Busy with Busy Boards
If you’ve got a toddler, you’ve got to see these genius busy boards that’ll keep them happy and engaged. Make it a weekend project to create one for your little bud. All the details.

–Shannan Rouss