We’re always looking for innovative arts and crafts activities for our family, and finding out about Alphabet Glue is like hitting the jackpot. Alphabet Glue bills itself as “an e-magazine for
The stats are pretty staggering: as many as 11% of school-aged children in the country have been diagnosed with ADHD since 2011. 10,000 toddlers have also been diagnosed with and medicated for the same
Everything from blocks to alphabet cards have been designed to organically introduce babies and toddlers to the works of great artists, engineers, and architects. But as kids get older, introducing them
Building blocks are a foundational childhood toy, yet we love how people keep creating new versions with lots of variations. Korxx’s blocks are made from sustainable cork and are safe for small kiddos
Summertime: the term once conjured up dreamy visions of kids biking or swimming, playing with their friends, camping out with s’mores, and generally reveling in school-free splendor. Nowadays, summers
The concept of family time and togetherness has evolved quite a bit over the years and often includes electronic media in one form or another. For many of us, the concept of playing and spending time with
Australia’s Victorian Opera Offers ‘Relaxed’ Performances for Children with Autism and Sensory Disorders
As autism diagnoses continue to rise around the world, beneficial opportunities are becoming more common for children and adults on the autism spectrum — from animal therapy to a cooking system
Breastfeeding is such a lovely time to bond with baby, but many infants take a few days or weeks to get the hang of it, during which time a mother’s sensitive nipples really start to wear and tear.
Clothes with a soul — that’s what Vermilio is all about. Launching on Kickstarter, Vermilio’s new kids line will work with women on the Thai-Myanmar border, supporting generations-old
One of the things that shocked us when we had little ones was just how sharp their nails could be: we used to call our son Wolverine because of his tendency to claw us and himself when we tried
The children at my son’s school makes a weekly pilgrimage from the urban jungle of Philadelphia to a local nature and environmental education center. Once there, in addition to learning about topics
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