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Jurassic Peach: Where to Find Dinosaurs Near Atlanta

Do dinos dominate in your home? Head to one of Georgia’s best places for kids to learn about and check out dinosaur replicas.

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Meet Prehistoric Creatures in Your Living Room with This New App

David Attenborough will take you on a trip back in time—from your phone.

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Here’s How to Make a Mini Dinosaur Terrarium in a Mason Jar

Looking for an adorable-but-simple project you can do in just minutes? This tiny dino terrarium is it!

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What Is Cocooning and Can It Save Your Newborn’s Life?

Of course, all parents are interested in protecting their newborns—but have you heard of cocooning? It could save their life.

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There’s Officially Just 1 Blockbuster Video Store Left on Earth

If you have any Blockbuster rentals hangin’ around, there’s still one place let to return them.

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The Best Stroller-Friendly Trails Near Portland

Our city’s scenic parks offer smooth trails for getting some fresh air and exercise with your little one.

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Universal Studios to Close Popular “Jurassic Park” Ride

The dinosaurs at Universal Studios are getting a little too Jurassic.

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I Survived Four Days without the Internet and You Can You, Too

“Hey! Check out this cottage we’re going to in August! Do you guys think you can come meet us for a few days?”

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That was the Facebook message we received from our friends. One family…

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Angels Flight Reopens, for Good This Time!

Time to take a ride on the tiniest train in America!

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Just Opened: Extreme Mammals at the NHM

Glyptodonts and Ambulocetuses and Indricotherium, oh my! Get a glimpse of some of our most extreme relatives at the NHM this summer.

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Why Knitting Sets the Stage for a Career in STEM

photo: Steve and Kate’s Camp
Knitting requires steady hands, a lot of yarn, and, as it turns out, math skills. A new movement is trying to get girls excited about math and science by teaching them how to knit and…

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4 Ways You Can Help Save the Rhinos

World Rhino Day is here and we’ve got 4 ways you and the kids can help protect these amazing animals.

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Hip-Hip-Hippo Hooray: New This Summer at the Zoo

What’s new at the Zoo this summer? Hippos and dinos and music, oh my!

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Cream of the Crops: Kid-Friendly Farms Near NYC

No matter what kind of country you’re after (local? petting zoo? organic?) we’ve found a spot to help you get back to the land.

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Just Opened: Dinosaurs Among Us at AMNH

You’ll never look at a pigeon the same way again!

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Hear Them Rawr: 9 Dino-tastic Activities

We’ve got a ton of easy ways to go prehistoric all day or just for one epic afternoon.

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How to Easily Transform Into a Dinosaur

Check out our original video that’ll show you how to transform your kids into dinos with a simple dinosaur hat and feet craft.

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Today Is Dinosaur Day

Today Is Dinosaur Day

It’s going to be a good one.

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First you’ll want to transform your kiddo into a dinosaur!
Check out our video that’ll show you how to make your own dino hat and feet in just…

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Supercool Southpaws: 70 Left-Handed Heroes to Admire

We’ve rounded up a list of our favorite famous lefties in honor of International Left Handers Day.

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Just Opened: Tiger Trail at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Who needs bears and lions when you have tigers to see? Get up close with these beauties and catch a glimpse of one of nature’s most magnificant animals.

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Cool Coin Banks To Drop Your Pennies Into

With cool new designs and fun features like digital counters, puzzle locks, and crazy shapes, coin banks these days are anything but the classic ceramic piggy banks from our childhood. Scroll through our slideshow to discover 15 modern coin banks…

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7 Magnificent Reasons to Visit Leach Botanical Garden

It was once the private estate of John and Lilla Leach; world-travelers, botanists, and all around cool Oregonians who called their expansive garden and manor home Sleepy Hollow. Rad. They collected flowers and plants from all over the globe then…

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These Boots Are Made for Walking: 6 Great Kid-Friendly Hikes

One of the best things about living in Portland is the beautiful backdrop of nature that acts as an expansive, communal backyard. There are exquisite hikes to be enjoyed around every corner of the city; here we highlight six kid-friendly…

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A Slice of Life at Pie Ranch

Weeding, Eating, and Dancing Down on the Farm
Who doesn’t love pie? If you do, chances are you’ll also love eating, dancing—even rolling up your sleeves and working—at Pie Ranch. Located in Pescadero, just south of Half Moon Bay, Pie…

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EXPLORE: Scavenger Hunt on the UC campus

Kids love a good old-fashioned scavenger hunt, though as any parent who’s put one together knows, they are a ton of work. But if you bring the clan to the U.C. Berkeley campus, they’ve done the work for you, and…

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