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Time-Tested Tips for Reading with Your Kids

Research shows that reading with your children will increase their reading and other cognitive skills. This is an early-life intervention that is beneficial throughout their lives.

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26 Not-That-Scary Ghost Stories to Tell Around the Campfire

We’ve rounded up some funny and spooky tales to keep that eerie vibe going into the night.

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10 Fin-tastic Lessons to Get Kids Swimming

Grab your swim goggles! It’s time for your little fishies to kick it out and have fun too while learning swim basics.

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Taking the (Parenting) Plunge

“Several years ago, we put our oldest in swim lessons. We thought this was going to be an easy process. Man were we wrong.”

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Finding a Healthy Way to Overindulge My Kids

“You know when your kid is eating ice cream for breakfast and can’t sit still for five seconds that you’ve crossed the line when it comes to good parenting skills.”

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Noah’s Ark at the Skirball’s Video Series Brings Storytelling & Mindfulness Home

Mirroring their wildly popular award-winning interactive exhibit, Noah’s Ark at the Skirball: The Art of Imagination series is a suite of free virtual arts education resources developed for Pre-K through Grade 5 distance learning.

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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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A Call for Resilience, Resourcefulness & Gratitude

“Rather than panic, let’s define our future with gratitude and resilience, and show our kids how it’s done. That’s the best lesson we can teach them.”

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Teaching the Butterfly Perspective

“Playing with perspective supports the notion that we are not limited to seeing things from one viewpoint. We can go beyond our limitations of what we see by using the inventiveness of our imagination.”

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11 Budget-Friendly Train Projects

Today is Thomas the Tank Day and if you’ve got a little engineer-that-could at home, these arts and crafts will be sure to delight.

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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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Can’t Visit Your Fave Museum? This Is the Next Best Thing

The new collab is bringing the Smithsonian straight to your door.

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28 Black History Month Resources for Kids of All Ages

Our list of websites for lessons, activities, reading and videos all about Black History Month.

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How Making Dinner Turned into One Big STEM Lesson

“By inviting my kids to experiment with me, we applied math and the basics of the scientific method to a very practical and relevant situation—getting dinner on the table.”

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Sesame Workshop Announces Animated Special “The Monster at the End of This Story”

They also released a new video of celebrities reading the beloved book in celebration of the special.

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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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Tips for Successful Home Learning with Preschoolers

“Homeschooling a preschooler requires developing a plan that prepares you and your child to use time wisely but also adapts to the child’s interests and learning st‌yle.”

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Together, We’ll Help Them Save.

For most kids, learning to save money is not nearly as fun as spending it. That’s why opening a youth savings account can make all the difference in building a strong financial future.
The OnPoint Community Credit Union’s Savers Account …

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These STEM Lesson Plans Will Inspire Healthy Eating

Del Monte Foods and GrowingGreat have teamed up to create a STEM learning program about the science of fruits and vegetables.

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Patti Murin

Book a Virtual Birthday Party with Anna from Broadway’s “Frozen”

You can also schedule a virtual meeting or voice lesson.

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Totally Candid Distance Learning Advice from LA Teachers

Here’s what your kids’ teachers really want parents to know.

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A Delicious Way to Grow Your Child’s Love of Science

Del Monte Foods and GrowingGreat have teamed up for at-home STEM learning! Grow a love of nutrition and learning in your little one.

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Tee Time! Where to Find Kids Golf Lessons in Los Angeles

The most social distancing-friendly summer activity!

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The Cutest Video to Learn About Shooting Star Science

Watch this video for the cutest way to learn all about meteorites.

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6 Glow-in-the-Dark Science Experiments to Try Tonight

We’ve got glow-in-the dark science worthy of any home laboratory.

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I Give Myself an A+ in Homeschooling!

“The simplest ideas can show beautiful results—here’s hoping my son will remember ‘Mama School’ forever.”

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Junior Fire Marshal Training Academy

Become a Junior Fire Marshal with This Online Training Academy

Each lesson comes with an interactive Q&A activity.

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HISTORY Launches Free “History at Home” Lessons

Lesson plans to match the themes of the videos will be provided after each video.

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Ancestry Is Offering Free At-Home Education Tools

Your kids can become their own historian.

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Peanuts

Peanuts Is Offering Free Educational Resources to Help with Distance Learning

The Peanuts gang is here to help keep your kids engaged and educated at home.

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