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Stop Doing These 8 Things for Your Kids This School Year

Your teens should be able to do these things on their own.

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The Very Best Online Games for Kids

Got a kid begging to play grown-up on your laptop? Here are the games you can feel good about letting them play.

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21 Hotels Welcoming Digital Nomads Right Now

Whether you’re looking for pool-and-school or mountains-and-milestones, we’ve got you covered with these remote learning destination deals.

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Take an Edu-Cation! California Hotels Offering Remote Learning Getaways

Mix in vacation time with the newfound freedom that comes with remote work and school.

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Mom Hacks to Help Every Day Life

I’ve curated a small list of little things, that when added up can really make all the difference in moms filling their own cup, before they pour into others.

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Pay It Forward: Where to Donate Your Surplus Halloween Candy in Atlanta

It’s time to pull that extra candy stash off the shelf and donate it to one of these organizations!

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14 Epic Events to Get You Through October (& Most are Free!)

Pack your October full of Dallas family fun!

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How the Pandemic Exposed the Truth & Lies I Tell as a Mom

“Turns out the transition to being a big kid does not depend on physically ascending two flights of stairs in school. It’s the abrupt end of accepting a mother’s filtered words as truth.”

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Dallas Kids: These Virtual Events Are for You!

Rock out, get creative and meet some cute animals!

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Homeschooling Resources for Parents

“Let’s face it, it’s a weird new world we’re currently living in and we’re all learning to navigate it. Thankfully, with all the resources available online, you can ensure that your kids won’t miss a (school) beat and stay sane in the process.”

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This Author Compiled the Ultimate List of Diverse Reads for Teens & Tweens

This author compiled a reading list of over 500 books to help teens and tweens have conversations about race, poverty, homelessness, anxiety and more.

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15 Games to Help Kids Write More

Creative and clever ideas to help inspire your kids to write more while at home—without tears or bribes.

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Tips & Tricks to Treating Seasonal Allergies in Children

During this pandemic, allergy symptoms may be causing heightened anxiety for parents. Here’s what you need to know about seasonal allergies, when to call the doctor and how you can mitigate allergies at home.

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IMDb Helps Parents By Curating a List of Educational Movies

The watchlist includes many educational picks for kids.

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5 Ways to Engage with Your Child While Homeschooling

“Working with your children at home can be easier and more enjoyable than you think. Instead of letting fear control your next move, use this time as an opportunity to get to know your child on a deeper level than ever before. Enjoy it. Savor it. It may never happen again.”

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These Secret Netflix Codes Will Help You Search for Kids’ Movies

Never again scroll through endless Netflix screens to find the shows your kids want to watch.

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How to Set Up an Educational Space at Home

“Working with your children at home can be easier and more enjoyable than you think, and it starts with creating an inspiring educational space at home.”

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The Best Indoor Play Spaces in Denver for Kids

Don’t let the weather get you down! These spots are perfect for getting the wiggles out.

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These 7 Holiday Safety Products Are Solving Common Problems in Simple Ways

From a fire alarm that hangs right on your Christmas tree to a way to keep track of your kids in the mall, these innovative products are all about holiday safety.

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10 Ways to Get Dinner on the Table Faster

With these tips, you’ve got a fighting chance of feeding the fam and making it through the after-school shuffle without breaking a sweat.

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19 Things Every Parent Should Start Outsourcing ASAP

Feeling overwhelmed? You don’t have to do everything.

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Alexa, The Best Child Care You Never Knew You Had

From bedtime routines to keeping household supplies stocked to giving free speech therapy, Alexa can help make parenting a little easier.

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8 Ways to Make Homework Fun (Seriously!)

Beat the study battle with these clever ideas that help make the after-school work more fun.

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Parenting? There’s a Bot for That

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You might be a mom who has high tech in her pocket or you might still be sending in your utility payments via snail mail. No matter how big (or small) of a…

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Nailed It! Best Spots for a Mommy and Me Mani-Pedi

The best places to go in Los Angeles for a mommy-and-me manicure and pedicure.

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4 Unexpected Tax Breaks for Expecting Parents

You’re probably not thinking about taxes now that you’ve got a baby on the way. But babies bring tax deductions, and who doesn’t want get all the tax deductions they’re entitled to, even if the new tax law means you…

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5 Helpful Ways Parents Can Set Their Kids Up for Homework Success

School comes with a variety of amazing experiences from learning how to read to discovering your favorite teacher, and even acting in the school play. Some of the more stressful components of school include taking exams, remembering your locker combination…

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Oh Baby! Classes for PDX’s Toddler & Baby Crowd

Splash, sing and stretch together. We’ve got all of the best classes for babies and toddlers right here.

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Ditch the Kitchen Table: Inspiring Places to Do Homework

From quiet coffee shops to inspiring museum lobbies, we have rounded up a handful of local locations where your little learner will love to crack open their books.

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Ways I’ve Learned to Help My Kids When Homework Gets Way Too Stressful

Last August second grade teacher Brandy Young sent home a note to parents announcing her new homework policy… or rather her no homework policy. One of the parents, Samantha Gallagher, posted a snapshot of Mrs. Young’s note to her Facebook…

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