Three Moms Share How They’re Using Google’s Newest Tool for Family Fun This Summer

You bought a new slip ‘n slide, you stocked up on craft supplies and you have a shelf full of books to keep your kids entertained this summer—or so you’d hope. No matter how prepared we are for summer, at…

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The Sesame Workshop’s Latest Collab Reinvents Play for All Abilities

The interactive cube features the voices of beloved Sesame Street characters.

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Google Made Finding Online Content for Your Kids So Much Easier with Kids Space

Parents love Kids Space because they can set boundaries with parental controls in Google’s Family Link app, and kids will love the fun content they’ll discover on Kids Space!

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Little Passports

Little Passports Announces New Products for After School Adventures

Enrich your little ones beyond their traditional curriculum. 

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Ethan LyBrand and family

Fifth Grader with Muscular Dystrophy Spreads Joy Through Jokes

Ethan has a secret to making other people smile.

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How to Talk to Your Child about Racial Differences

Don’t be afraid to acknowledge racial differences, albeit in a positive way, pointing out your child’s or someone else’s wonderful hair or beautiful skin.

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The Surprising Thing That Happened When I Enforced Summer Screen Time Rules

The screen time recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics are pretty limiting, but this surprising suggestion worked to help reduce our iPad and television time, successfully.

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Those Back-to-School Photos Aren’t Just for Your Pinterest-Perfect Life

“Why do we make such a big deal out of the first day?”

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The Best Fall Classes for Curious Tots & Preschoolers

We’ve found the best brain candy for little ones who are yearning to do some learning.

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What I Did When I Didn’t Feel Like Doing the Regular Ol’ Mom Stuff

I didn’t really want to do all the mom stuff I needed to do. Heck I didn’t want to do the non mom stuff I had to do. I didn’t want to make dinner, I didn’t want to do the laundry. I didn’t even really want to my own work.

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Brick Fix: LEGO Lovers Meet Ups

Is someone in your home obsessed with LEGOs? Then this roundup of brick-based play in the DMV is for you.

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My Toy Sh*t List: Toys I Would NOT Mind Watching Burn

I am so sick of toys. Toys are EVERYWHERE. They find their way into every single room in this house, they are in my car, they are scattered throughout our yard.  They go missing at random and cause epic meltdowns.…

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Inside Project Playdate with the Totally Awesome Awards 2016

Project Playdate just won a Totally Awesome Award for Easiest Drop-Off Play Spot in New York. We recently spoke to them about their experience as a business owner, the best advice they’ve ever received and more. Hear what they have…

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Get Busy!: Two New Coworking Options with Childcare

One’s fresh, one’s revamped — both can help amp up your productivity!

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Drop-In Play Sessions at The Art Farm

Drop-in play-time sessions include programs such as creative play, a petting zoo, and arts and crafts. Click through for the scoop on this UES destination and an affordable deal you won’t want to miss.

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The Easiest & More Fun Way to Combat Summer Brain Drain

Sylvan can help keep your students on track academically AND help them have a blast this summer (and retain everything they’ve learned during the school year)! Start your summer with one of Sylvan’s enriching academic camps including reading, writing, math…

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Hot Museum Shows to Check Out This Winter

Snowy day? Snow problem! Head to one of these exhibits for a super cool time.

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Local Food Bloggers Who’ve Mastered the Family Meal

While these inspiring food bloggers are blessed with extra know-how in the kitchen, they are also real-life parents, scrambling to stir the soup while checking math homework and assisting with potty breaks.

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AcroSports AcroCamp Jr. Summer Camp

AcroSports introduces a camp for 5 yo students who have completed one year of kindergarten. With a smaller student to coach ratio and extra outside play, this is a perfect introduction for first time day campers. Activities include morning circle,…

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Inside the Totally Awesome Dinosaur Ridge with Erin LaCount

Is there anything cooler than Dinosaur Ridge? This outdoor museum in Morrison features a world-famous dinosaur tracksite with over 300 dinosaur footprints for you and your family to explore. It strives to preserve and educate the public about the paleontological…

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Inside The Mother Company with Abbie Schiller and Samantha Kurtzman-Counter

In today’s age of constant screentime, every parent has experienced the worry that what their kids are watching isn’t appropriate, useful, or enriching. Thanks to the folks at The Mother Company, screentime concerns are becoming old news and parents are…

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10 Educational (and Fun!) Weekend Activities

You work your tail off all week long – parenting, working, cooking, cleaning, shopping.  You want your weekend filled with meaningful, enriching, educational and most of all FUN experiences you can do with your kids.  But who has time to…

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Discover Seattle’s Family-Friendly Bellevue

Downtown Bellevue, we thought we knew you. But so many great new family-friendly spots have popped up that we’re taking a second look…
The sweetest news of late has to be the arrival of Cupcake Royale, housed in the funky…

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U-Me Playspace Opens in the South Bay

A Destination For the Whole Family
Get ahead of the crowds during the next rainy spell and head to the brand-new Menlo Park playspace U-Me. The co-founders have struck a perfect balance, creating a place where families can meet friends,…

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