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Passing Resilience to Our Children

“Resilience is about getting up, finding a new path, and moving forward to ultimately achieve your goals and dreams.”

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Got Toddler Behavior Issues? This Program Can Help

New research found a way to help behavioral issues in children as young as 12-months.

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Bill Nye’s VR Science Kit

Join Bill Nye in His Virtual Reality Science Lab

Nye literally pops out of each detailed workbook page.

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Star Wars: The Bad Batch

“Star Wars: The Bad Batch” to Debut on Disney+ in 2021

The series picks up where “Star Wars: The Clone Wars” left off.

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The Exploratorium Is Offering Free At-Home Activities for Families Right Now

The Exploratorium doors are never closed, even when the museum must be. Explore more!

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What This Quarantined Parent Wants Teachers to Know

“See, I don’t care if you teach my kids one more thing this semester, and this is why: Just by showing up, by checking in, by caring enough to do this freaking impossible job—you’ve already taught them the only things I really wanted them to get out of school.”

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This Study Offers New Insight Into Toddler Language Development

According to research, this is how to help your child develop new language skills.

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Structured Playtime Makes Your Toddler a Self-Control Master, Study Says

Play has important benefits for your kiddo’s control level.

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Want to Eat Healthier? Science Says Go Ahead & Have Dessert—First

Science explains how you can have your cake and eat it too—without the guilt.

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Winter Fresh! Indoor Farmers Markets to Visit Now

Come cold or snow, you can get your farmstand fix. Here’s our picks for indoor markets.

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LEGO Playgrounds Upgrades Your Kids’ LEGO Game to a Whole New Level

This app lets you play with LEGO sets in a whole new way.

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This Experimental Treatment Could Be a Literal Lifesaver for Kids with Peanut Allergies

This new treatment offers real hope for families dealing with food allergies.

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LEGO Just Launched a Gorgeous New Line of Building Sets Just for Grownups

This is what a “premium LEGO experience for adults” looks like—and it’s stunning.

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Does Your Toddler Make Better Decisions Than Your Teen? New Study Says Yes

New research shows younger children make better decisions.

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Citrus Coffee Soda Might Become Your Surprising New Morning Pick-Me-Up

Keepers citrus coffee drink is here to give your mornings a whole new flavor.

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Here’s What Happens Every Time You Use Your Phone During Dinner

Smartphones can do so much for us, but there’s a big drawback when they come out at mealtime.

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There’s New Birth Control out, but It’s Not for Ladies (for Once)

In 2018, the largest clinical trial of a hormonal male contraceptive will get underway.

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Cold Play: Simple Snowflake Science to Try in Any Climate

Dig deep with a flurry of experimental activities to find seriously scientific answers to all your kiddo’s snowflake questions.

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Richard Adams, Author of ‘Watership Down,’ Passes Away

Richard Adams, the British children’s book author who wrote Watership Down, has died at age 96.  Adams’ daughter told the BBC he passed away on Christmas Eve, just before midnight. No other details were given.
Watership Down (1972), a best-selling…

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Just Opened: The Minnesota Street Project

This long-anticipated arts epicenter opened its doors last weekend with a family-friendly community day, proving itself to be the all-ages contemporary art hub that the city has been waiting for.

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Hot Child in the City: Cool Off with the Best Popsicles in Town

We’ve rounded up the most delicious popsicles in the Bay Area, from vegan bars to the creamiest gelato pops. Find the cool creation that will satisfy your (and your kiddo’s) craving!

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Doing the New Whitney Museum With Kids

The art institution moved downtown and just opened its doors. Here’s what it’s got in store for families — now and on ongoing.

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Win an Exploratorium Family Membership + Exploralab & The Art of Tinkering Book

Exploratorium is almost like a magic word for kids. And it’s no wonder–when it comes to this San Francisco treasure, there’s no end to the kid-friendly possibilities. From the exhibits to the many ways curious kids can tinker and learn,…

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BEAM Experiences + Bricks4Kidz Provides Hands-On Experimental Learning

BEAM Experiences + Bricks4Kidz offers STEAM and STEM based Afterschool Enrichment Classes, Camps, Events, and Parties. BEAM + BRICKS was created in order to provide experimental hands-on learning for children ages 3 years through High School.
BRICKS summer camps integrate…

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Gourmet’s Not Just for Grown-Ups

Fancy Snake and Frog Plates
If you crave the scenery and relaxation of wine country, there’s good news. You don’t need to hire a babysitter before you take the drive – you can bring the kids along! With Scientopia, the…

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