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NYC Kids Weekend Events: Sep. 17-19

It’s a jam-packed weekend full of fun!

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Your Guide to Seattle’s Free (& Cheap) Museum Days

Seattle is home to some of the finest museums in the country, and we’ve got the scoop on how to see them for free or next to nothing.

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5 Clever Ways to Ease Back-to-School Anxiety

You can help reduce your kid’s stress about returning to school with these creative ideas—one of which may involve performing some epic dance moves.

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100 Things to Do with Kids in Chicago

Some would say it’s the best city in the world and we agree, with only a slight bias. Let us present our irrefutable evidence for why you should give Chicago big-big love.

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NEW! The Institute of Contemporary Art, San Diego

Art classes for youth and teens, specialty camps, and community events for the whole family; San Diego’s art scene just got an upgrade.

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21 Farm Games Your Kids Will Love

Always a popular birthday theme for kids, try out one of these cute farm games or craft with your little animals.

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5 Ways to Build Your Preschooler’s Confidence

“Knowing that we can be loved exactly as we are gives us all the best opportunity for growing into the healthiest of people.”

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24 Free (or Super Cheap) National Summer Programs for Kids

These nationwide programs will keep your kids busy and happy all summer long.

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Pride Month Activities for NYC Families

Drag queens, yarn bombing, parades & more! Here’s where to celebrate with this kids throughout the city!

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13 Terrific Classes for Babies & Toddlers in San Diego

Looking for a kid class that isn’t virtual or taught by you? We’ve got just what you need.

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44 Easy Homemade Valentine’s Day Cards

Whether you’re a crafting master or a last-minute scrambler, there’s really something for everyone.

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How Can I Prevent Bullying for My Child?

“Author Carrie Goldman offers expert advice to families to help protect their children and teens from bullying.”

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41 Holiday Gifts That You Can Make at Home

We’ve found easy DIY gift ideas that will make a big impact this holiday season.

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A Simply Complicated Life

“It’s okay to be a stay-at-home mom and miss the busyness and productivity of the workforce. It’s also okay to be a working mom and miss the quiet morning snuggles and afternoons at the park.”

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Atlanta’s Most Insta-Worthy Murals & Street Art

You don’t need a docent to guide you through the Atlanta street art scene, which now boasts over 1000 murals. Just hop on a bike, a skateboard, or lace up your sneaks to check it out.

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I Was Homeschooled as a Child. This Is What I Think about It Now

“Decisions about school can be nerve-wracking as we wonder how they’ll affect our children’s long-term future, so allow me to share some observations as an adult looking back on the experience of homeschooling from kindergarten through middle school.”

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Coloring: Inside or Outside the Lines?

Photo: Janet Coburn
The other day, my husband gave me a little gift with which to amuse myself while he was out of town – a paint-n-bake coffee mug with an intricate mandala sort of design on both sides and…

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Orlando’s Best Events for Kids & Families in December (and Most are Free!)

Orlando—we’ve got the whole month planned for you!

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10 Fun Things to Do with Neighbors & Friends (While Social Distancing)

With a little creativity, you can get back to feeling as tightknit as ever within your community.

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11 Bay Area Instagram Moms You Need to Follow

Craft ideas, potty training advice and just plain truth in motherhood can be found in these IG feeds!

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14 Virtual Festivals to Enjoy This Summer

Inject a little culture into your summer (from home)!

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The 10 Best Party Entertainers for Your Virtual Birthday Celebration

Insects, princesses, jugglers, LEGO building and more!

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San Diego Summer Camps to Sign Up For Now!

The mystery of summer camp is solved! Here’s where to register for adventures in art, science, baseball, theater and more!

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3 Ways to Instill Healthy Habits in Our Kids

“While it’s never too late to start making healthy changes in your family, the earlier your kids learn healthy behaviors, the better.”

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Up, Up & Away! 15 Fabulous Spots to Fly a Kite

Head outside to enjoy one of life’s simple pleasures with the kids!

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15 Backyard Science Experiments for Kids

We all want our little Einsteins to tinker and experiment—but we don’t always want them to do it near the nice furniture.

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13 Surprising & Adorable Things to Do with a Kiddie Pool

With a little DIY magic, you can take an old kiddie pool from dumpster-ready to super fabulous.

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Online Art Classes & Kits Delivered From NYC Businesses

Get crafty with the kids with thanks to these local shops. Paint! Draw! Make soap or paper flowers! (P.S. Mother’s Day is coming…)

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Secrets Teachers Use to Keep Kids on Task

“3 secrets you can steal from teachers that help optimize the amount of time your child can pay attention while doing tasks at home.”

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Outdoor Activities for Babies & Toddlers You Can Do Right Outside Your Home

Enjoy the fresh air with these baby-friendly activities you can do right outside your home.

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Fun & Easy Craft Projects from LA’s Best Art Studios & Museums

Discover online art classes, fun to-go art kits, free weekly projects and more!

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Virtual Field Trips and Live Online Classes for Bay Area Kids

Explore the Bay Area and virtually connect with others—we’ve got the scoop!

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Write It Right: Commonly Misspelled Words to Master

It’s National Grammar Day! From understanding double negatives to common misspellings, it’s never too early to teach your kiddos grammar skills. Here’s an easy place to start.

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12 Awesome Classes to Take with Your Kids

Learn along with your kids at these Portland classes for parents and kids.

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This Parenting Hack May Be the Best One Yet

“Role-playing is really healthy. It is also a good opportunity to get to know your child even better and see what they know or what they feel.”

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