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LEGO Is Launching a New Space Shuttle Set That’s Out of This World

LEGO and NASA have teamed up for this special set.

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Stargazing 101: Your Guide to Mastering Astronomy with Kids

Spend the night under the starry sky and learn about all the twinkling lights above.

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“Pikwik Pack” a New Series for Preschoolers Arrives on Disney Junior

The show focuses on the role of delivery workers in keeping our communities together.

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Gear to Get You Through the Pandemic: Our DC Editor’s Guide

What’s keeping our DC Editor sane this summer? Find out here.

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Pandemic Parenting: Toys, Gear & Games Our Editors Swear By

Red Tricycle editors dish on the favorite products they’ve purchased recently to help them parent like a pro during the pandemic.

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Gear to Get You Through the Pandemic: Our Seattle Editor’s Guide

Check out our Seattle Editor’s “serenity now” picks—they’re saving her summer!

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What to Do This Weekend: Mar. 27-29

Looking for a few new ways to entertain the kids this weekend, beyond all the home science experiments and movie nights—no judgment. (Like, really, none at all, because right there with you.) Fortunately, we’ve uncovered some unique ideas especially for…

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We Tried Skip Hop’s New Travel Crib & Here’s What We Discovered

This new product is way more than just a travel crib. Read our story to find out what else it does!

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Explore the Cosmos at the Griffith Observatory

Get a close-up view of the moon and stars at LA’s most out-of-this-word spot, the Griffith Observatory.

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Don’t Miss the Brightest Comet of the Year with Your Kids This Weekend

This incredible sight is worth staying up past bedtime.

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This Is the Best Night to Watch the Leonid Meteor Shower with Your Kids

This is the best night of 2018 for stargazers hoping to make a wish on a shooting star.

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There Are 21 New Constellations in the Night Sky to Point Out to Your Kid

You’ll find something new when you look up at the sky tonight.

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It’s a Total Eclipse of the Sun: Where to See It in LA

Whatever you do – don’t look directly at the sun! Find out where and how you can safely see (and learn about) the eclipse in LA with your kids.

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The Best Nights to Spot Planets With Your Stargazers This Summer (and How to Find Them)

With a little planning and some app assistance, you can scan the skies like an expert stargazer this summer.

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Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star: The Best Spots for Stargazing

Get prepped for this summer’s total eclipse: let the kids take a peek through a high powered telescope and learn about the night sky from local experts.

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Put a Twinkle in Their Eye at These 7 Spots for Stargazing

Take your little Galileo to wish upon a star at our favorite spots to behold the night sky.

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Star Wares: 7 Stellar Apps to Chart the Night Sky

Chart a course to infinity and beyond with these far out apps for kids.

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See Stars (and More!) at Free Columbia U. Astronomy Nights

Learn and look up at this stellar program for gazers big and small!

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10 Ways to See the 1915 World’s Fair in 2015 (and Beyond)

The Pan Pacific Expo of 1915 may be 100-years gone but there’s plenty of gems from Jewel City hidden around the Bay. Here’s our top 10 list.

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Celestial Oohs and Ahhs Worth Staying Up Late For

Share that sky-high feeling of stargazing with your own wide-eyed wonders by trying out one of these celestial viewing hot spots.

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A Learning App with Pixar-Worthy Animation

One part animated cartoon, one part interactive game, one part history lesson, all in one free app. Introducing Leo’s Pad for the iPad, the play as you go learning series from Kidaptive. With a vision to create highly engaging and …

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Bay Area Stargazing Parties

Watch Them Get Starry-Eyed
 

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When we drive up into the hills to sightsee, it’s usually to look down and appreciate the view below us. There’s another direction to gaze,…

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