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Celebrate Your Baby’s First Birthday Without a Party

Zoo, aquarium or art project. Which is your fave?

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Chicago Kids Weekend Events: Sep. 17-19

This is a weekend full of all sorts of fun! Come along, let us lead the way!

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San Diego Kids Weekend Events: Sept.17-19

Surf tournaments, music fests and inspiring street art —get stoked, this weekend is going to be epic.

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Your Kids Need Rest. Here Are 7 Ways Creativity & Art Can Help

How to change the strange twilight zone of getting all the rest we ever wanted and not getting enough rest at all.

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Another Silver Lining for Jennifer Lawrence: Baby on the Way!

She’s expecting her first child with husband Cooke Maroney.

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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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This San Francisco Museum Is the Perfect Spot for a Family Adventure

After a year of COVID-related closures, many families are eager to have places to go, activities to do and cool stuff to see. (No offense to the neighborhood park, but it’s time to add some new adventures to the mix!)…

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San Francisco’s Coolest New Art Exhibit Puts You in the Painting

Immersive art is all the rage these days at the Asian Art Museum’s TeamLab and Oceanworks exhibits.

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17 Atlanta Parks & Playgrounds Worth a Visit

Swings, slides, ziplines and more—your next park adventure awaits!

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Your Candy Bar Has a Great Cause This Summer

CRUNCH, Butterfinger and Baby Ruth have new artwork that supports Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.

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This LEGO World Art Map Lets You Document Travel Brick by Brick

It has the most pieces ever in a set in LEGO Group history!

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Beloved Children’s Author Eric Carle Passes Away at Age 91

Carle’s family announces his death was May 23.

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How I’m Helping to Change Books for the Better

“As a mom of a biracial son, my mission of publishing diverse books is that much more important. I don’t want him to feel as I did growing up. I want him to be proud of who he is and where he came from.”

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The Best Places to Learn About Asian American History

It’s Asian American History Month. From the Wing Luke Museum to the Smithsonian and National Park sites, here are some of the best places to learn about Asian American history.

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Ways to Have Fun as a Family Online

Two words parents are all too familiar with: “I’m bored.” Two words that can instantly help: Google Families.

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Noah’s Ark at the Skirball’s Video Series Brings Storytelling & Mindfulness Home

Mirroring their wildly popular award-winning interactive exhibit, Noah’s Ark at the Skirball: The Art of Imagination series is a suite of free virtual arts education resources developed for Pre-K through Grade 5 distance learning.

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How to Celebrate Mother’s Day in Atlanta

Whether the mom in your life is outdoorsy, artsy, fancy, or a foodie, we’ve got a great plan for her Mother’s Day, right here.

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Take a Virtual Field Trip from Your Living Room

Check out these cool trips you take without leaving your home.

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The USPS Online Shop Has Toys & Gifts (Including a Magic Kit)

From tiny little trucks to costumes to magic kits, the USPS gift shop is full of surprises!

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How Much Kid-Made Artwork Do Moms Get? This Survey Has Answers

Check out how many pieces of kid-created art moms are gifted.

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Fresh Air Fun: The Best Spring Day Trips from NYC for Kids

Outdoor art, baby animals, first blooms and wide open space—this is where to find them. (No more than two hours away!)

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10+ Ways to Welcome Spring to Chicago

You deserve this. Finally, say “well, hello there” to soft breezes, ripe blooms and warmer temps (fingers crossed) with these family activities that this long-awaited spring season brings.

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13 Perfect Easter Paper Crafts for Kids

Between bouncing bunnies and fun flowers, there’s an easy art activity for everyone here.

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Immersive Van Gogh SF

Why You Need to Take the Kids to Check Out Immersive Van Gogh

Delve inside of Vincent Van Gogh’s moving artwork at this immersive exhibit the whole family will enjoy.

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Get Creative: 13 Fun Art Supplies for Toddlers

Inspire your child’s creative side with these inexpensive art supplies, plus a few DIY options!

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10 Women Who Changed NYC Forever

These ladies made history in The Big Apple, and beyond!

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13 Places to Learn About Black History in Seattle

Head out in search of these 13 city spots that show Black history is Seattle history.

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The Best Places to Learn about Black History in Dallas

From Deep Ellum to the Bill Pickett statue in the Stockyards, the metroplex is a culture-rich place to discover spots and learn facts we might not know.

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9 Places to Experience Black History in the Bay Area

This Black History Month, let’s teach the kids about the Black people who have made our Bay Area what it is today.

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11 Easy Lunar New Year Projects for Kids

From paper lanterns and red envelopes to lunar calendars and more, we’ve got great craft ideas to celebrate the Year of the Ox.

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11 Ways to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Little Loves

From sledding to crafts to a family dance party, we’ve got your Valentine’s Day weekend covered!

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Join the Mysterious Hunt That Celebrates the Lunar New Year

Looking for a cool, socially distanced way to celebrate the Year of the Ox? Take the kids to hunt for Monkeyshines.

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Get Inspired: 14 Craft Kits from Bay Area Shops

Get ready to get crafty with these kits that bring the supplies to you!

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Online, Private and At-Home Art Classes Just for LA Kids

With weekly zoom classes, private workshops and take-home kits, kids can get crafty.

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