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Last Blasts: 25 Fun Things to Do in Atlanta Before the Fall

School may be starting but the summer in Atlanta still has some sizzle left in it. Here’s how to make the most of it.

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Jumbo Lawn Games That’ll Get Everyone Outside

We gathered up a bunch of our favorite games for kids, and they are larger than life.

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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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The LEGO Wizarding World Collab Is Turning 20—And There Are New Sets to Celebrate

New LEGO Harry Potter sets feature the second year at Hogwarts.

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Check Your Head: Online Chess Classes For NYC Kids

A computer game that won’t melt your child’s brain? Yes, please! Where to play now—and later.

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Top 4 Tech Tools for Connecting Families during the Holidays

“Looking for new ways to share holiday cheer with family and friends, near and far? These suggestions will help you stay connected.”

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The Most Important Thing to Teach Your Child About Failure

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Are you familiar with the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang? Remember than song about failure? Here’s a reminder:
Every bursted bubble has a glory! Each abysmal failure makes a point! Every glowing path that goes astray, Shows you how…

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Pepperidge Farm Just Revealed a New Holiday Cookie & You’re Going to Want to Start a Kickline

These cookies will have you marching to the holiday beat, but don’t wait––they won’t be here for long.

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Just Opened: Playday NYC

A new art space for kids in Queens is offering up some inventive and inspired fun!

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10 Classic Games Every Kid Should Master

Win your next all-family night (grandma & grandpa too!) with our picks for games that never go out of style.

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A Letter to My Husband on Father’s Day

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Dear Husband,
We met eight years ago in the most unlikely of places–Las Vegas. I observed this tall, dark, and handsome man talking to my friend, and something happened internally to me. Your face seemed familiar, your…

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LEGO Comes to SF: All You Need to Know About the New LEGO Super Store

This is a big moment for LEGO fans, as the final bricks have been laid and the doors are finally open at the SF’s new (and only) LEGO store.

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She’s the Boss: 10 Local Mompreneurs You’ll Want to be Friends With

These local moms have worked hard to create unique businesses and services that help everyone from the littlest babe to the wisest grandparents. Plus, they are just downright awesome!

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Just Opened! Recess Play & Learning Space

Parents rejoice! This fresh spot offers both drop-in and membership play — plus classes, parties and more!

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Use Your Noggin: 7 Brain-Stimulating Outings for Kids

Learning about science, engineering and history can be super fun if you know where to go. Here are our picks for brainy outings with your kids.

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Pull Some Strings: Guitar Lessons that Rock

In celebration of April as International Guitar Month, these five guitar academies struck a chord with us as a great way to get your tot in tune with a love of music.

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16 Signs You Are An Atlanta Parent

Smocks, football, and stroller fans. Click through to discover 16 signs you’re an Atlanta parent.

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Park It: 10 New Ways to Spend a Day in the Park

Remember when merely going to the park and sitting on a blanket was fun enough for your kids? Now they want to do something cool at the park. Sigh. Those lazy, hazy, minimum effort days of summer are over. Fortunately,…

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A Rain or Shine Must-See This Spring

Portland is known as the city of roses. Those gorgeous, thorny, sweet smelling flowers thrive here, are festival-worthy and give us joy for months. But did you know that other blooms flourish here in the Pacific Northwest, too? We live…

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Celebrate Pi Day With the City’s Most Unique Pies

What do pi and pie have in common? Well, they’re both round. One is a Greek letter that represents the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter and has a day to honor it (March 14 a.k.a. 3.14, Pi…

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Check (It Out), Mate: Take Your Tot to Play Chess in the Park

Raising your kiddo to be a proper New Yorker means teaching him/her to move fast and think even faster in order to always stay three steps ahead of the other guy (lest he/she be eyeing your dream apartment/subway seat/Kindergarten spot/last…

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Tap into your Child’s Natural Curiosity this Summer at Living Montessori Academy!

Children, ages 3-12, will engage in creative, hands-on activities, build friendships, develop skills and enjoy being kids.
Enrichment Base Camps stimulate creativity with exciting zones: Visual Arts, Fitness and Games, Little Chef’s Culinary and Gardening, Music/Drama, and Montessori Summer School.…

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Bay Area’s Best Family-Friendly Dim Sum Restaurants

Rolling carts, mysterious bamboo baskets, steamy or fried bites filled with tasteful meats or vegetables – dim sum are the epitome of fun kids food and kids just love to experiment with the seemingly endless possibilities coming out of dim…

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Explore: Lake Forest Park’s Third Place Commons

Looking for a unique, indoor escape?  Nestled within Lake Forest, a woodsy suburb just 15 minutes north of Seattle is a hidden gem called Third Place Commons.  Inside you will find a bounty of tables (with plentiful high chairs and…

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