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34 Minute to Win It Games the Kids Will Love

Use these kooky games during your next birthday bash, school picnic or holiday party.

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The Only 2 Things to Say to Your Kid after a Game

Imagine if every time you took the garbage out or loaded the dishwasher someone offered helpful tips on how to do it more efficiently. Now, imagine how your kid feels after every practice or game.

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Want to Win at Parenting? Try These Tips

I recently discovered three parenting tips that are totally working for my family and I thought it would be worth sharing in case they can help another mom or dad feel like they are winning at this parenting thing too.

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Brick or Treat Is Returning to LEGOLAND This October with Boo-Tastic Delights

Everything is awesome while you’re brick or treating!

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How to Make It through the Rest of Summer & Keep Your Cool

The endless repetitions of “I’m booooooored…” interspersed with refusals to help around the house and suddenly you’re triggered. Sound familiar?

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Jumbo Lawn Games That’ll Get Everyone Outside

We gathered up a bunch of our favorite games for kids, and they are larger than life.

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This New Version of Monopoly Is Right on Target

They truly hit the bullseye this time!

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7 Moms Share What They’re Most Excited for This Summer—and How They’re Helping Their Kids Hydrate Along the Way

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There are so many things to love about summer: the warm weather, the longer days, the slowed-down attitude, and all of the extra time for activities. Whether your family is getting creative, planning something active or…

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11 Important Things Every Son Needs to Hear from Their Dad

These important life lessons can help shape a boy into becoming a courageous, honorable, and kind man.

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The One Thing We Miss When We Applaud Our Kid’s Success

“So much of our good fortune comes to us, not because we deserve it, but because of forces outside ourselves.”

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5 Reasons Why You Want Your Kids to Lose

“One of the benefits of youth sports—and the inevitable losses—is that it offers a low-stakes place to face challenges and handle defeat.”

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Here’s How to Win a Summer of Free Blizzards

It’s gonna be a sweet, sweet summer.

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This Ingenious New Platform Lets Your Kids Shop Worry-Free

CAMP launches the Present Shop, the first safe and secure e-commerce experience

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10 Awesome Brunch Spots Perfect for Mother’s Day

We rounded up our favorite spots to treat mom on May 9.

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Can You Guess the New Mystery SOUR PATCH KIDS Flavor?

It’s the brand’s first ever contest.

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Why Kids Test Our Limits & What to Do About It

“Most parents assume that the solution to children not listening (or deliberately ignoring) limits is, you guessed it, more limits. And stronger enforcement of limits.”

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When They Only Want Mommy: A How-To Guide to Reclaiming Your Space

If you want your partner to share the love AND have your kids running to both of you (rather than mommy! mommy! mommy! all of the time), try these three steps.

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New Research Sheds Light on Bilingual Baby Talk

Here’s what science has to say about baby talk.

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“Space Jam: A New Legacy” Toy Line Is a Nostalgic Slam Dunk

The new basketball ball flick is getting a fun-filled line of toys.

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8 Women’s History Month Activities for Kids

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Planning classroom lessons for Women’s History Month activities? Why limit them to quizzes and poster-making, when they can live these winning stories of the rainbow of symphony.
Every moment, the earth is blessed with amazing & wonderful women.…

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The 3 Tips You Need to Get Your Kids to Sleep

“Between winter sniffles, inconsistent school schedules, and daylight savings, even the best sleepers can find themselves disrupted.”

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Dear Kids, I Hope You Never Thank Me for This

“I hope my kids are grateful for all of the things we do for them, but for many reasons, more importantly, I hope they are thankful for the things that we didn’t do.”

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