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A Hack to Foster Your Child’s Self-Awareness & Build Their Resilience

Our job as parents is to help our kids learn to reflect on their experiences, not just have an experience.

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25 Quotes about Parenting You Need to Hear

We know that some days can leave you feeling like a super-parent while others can make you seriously doubt your decision to raise another human being.

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Gerber Celebrates Winner of 10th Annual Photo Search

She was chosen from more than 327,000 entries.

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HISTORY Launches Free “History at Home” Lessons

Lesson plans to match the themes of the videos will be provided after each video.

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Easy & Fun Marine Science Activities for At-Home Days

For kids missing seals, sea stars and other beach sights, we’ve rounded up activities, virtual camps and live science shows to bring the Sound to them. Dive in!

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Miami’s Best Museums for Kids & Families

Get ready to explore the solar system, learn about Miami’s colorful history and see works of arts in many different forms.

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Doctors May Have a Way to Predict a Woman’s Risk for Gestational Diabetes, According to a New Study

An algorithm may help doctors to accurately predict a mama-to-be’s risk.

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Can You Really Make Up For Lost Sleep? Science Has an Answer

Haven’t slept since baby was born? Try this.

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Science Reveals What Happens to Your Brain When You Play with Your Kids

Science has studied how playtime affects kids’ brains—but what about playtime affects parents?

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The Simple But Important Way Parents Can Helps Reduce Pain in Babies

Sparing your baby from pain could be in your own hands.

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Are BPA-Free Products Really Safe? A New Study Raises Concerns

BPA-free might not be the safest choice after all.

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Incredible New Research Reveals That Babies Know How to Count—at Birth

Some scientists believe that humans are born with the ability to order quantities from left to right.

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One Cool Thing: Braiby Early Childhood Development Platform

Try this free app and online tool that shares fun activities to help educate your child about the world around them.

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The Coolest After-School Classes in the Country

It’s time to give soccer and piano a rest. Check out these totally unconventional programs for kids.

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Found!: NYC’s Most Kid-Friendly Escape Room Game

Calling all puzzle fiends, cryptologists and sleuths — here’s where you can unlock some fun!

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Antibiotic Use In Childhood Linked To Immune Diseases, According To Study

Research has uncovered a link between antibiotic use in children and immune diseases.

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Many Meanings of Peace: What Does Peace Mean to YOU?

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The world celebrates International Day of Peace each September with parades and ceremonies from the Peace Garden in Japan to all ends of the earth. I am wondering what peace means to the average American? Many of us…

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See This Magical Art Installation Before it Sells Out!

“Camera Obscura/Gowanus” is a an exhibit that uses simple science to amazing effect!

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Super Scientists Guide to the Children’s Science Center Lab

Budding brainiacs, super scientists, and mini mathematicians will burst with delight when they visit the latest D.C. museum dedicated to tiny lab coats and big fun.

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Honey Mustard Chicken Wrap

Sweet and tangy, this recipe for honey mustard chicken is made even more delicious (and healthy) by substituting Greek yogurt in lieu of mayo.

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Little Women: 5 Ways to Celebrate Women’s History Month with Your Kids

In honor of Women’s History Month, we rounded up five, local events to help teach your tots about amazing women—past and present.

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Just Opened: Kids Science Labs South Loop

When we heard Kids Science Labs was opening in the South Loop, we wanted to hurry over faster than you can say “green slime.” The learning center known for science classes and birthday parties is twice as big as the Lincoln Park original. Get the inside scoop here.

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Go Animal at the Museum of Science and Industry’s Newest Exhibit

You and your animal fan can usually be found monkeying around at Lincoln Park Zoo. Now embark on a wild new adventure. The Museum of Science and Industry’s new exhibit, Animal Inside Out, a Body Worlds Production, opening March 14,…

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Just Opened: The Portland Aquarium Delivers Hands-On Fun

Winter break is almost here and that means kids at home, not at school… four days in a row. And it’s going to be cold and probably raining. Now when the walls around you start to close in and it’s…

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