Got a three or four year-old who just doesn’t appreciate the awesomeness that is preschool? Then heck, maybe it’s time you showed your tot how it’s done, by heading back to preschool
In some ways, it’s easier than ever for U.S. schools to serve local food. Once upon a time, tight distributor contracts and lack of federal support made it challenging for a school to source local foods
Captivating children’s book “Curious Critters Marine” showcases stunning photography and fascinating facts about ocean dwellers
David FitzSimmons is a photographer, writer, and professor, and his Curious Critters books combine his expertise in all these areas to make for a stunning, award-winning, and kid-friendly learning
‘Under the Dome’: A mother’s documentary about China’s deadly air quality is taking the world by storm
Becoming a parent can be one of the most powerful catalysts for being an environmental activist. After all, this new life certainly inspires most of us to want a better, safer world for our children.
Kimberton Waldorf School—the second oldest Waldorf School in North America—is to offer a Forest, Field and Farm Kindergarten program for the academic year 2015/16. The Kimberton, Pennsylvania-based
Oscar-winning directors probably aren’t the first people you think of when you hear about a vegan grade school, but James Cameron is good at surprising people. The director of Titanic and Avatar is
Imagine if school was out for more than six months. It’s a scenario that school-aged children in Sierra Leone have been facing as a result of school closures due to the Ebola outbreak. Thanks to a
If there’s a battle cry for modern children, it might be something akin to “Put a mustache on it!” That’s basically what Tree Hopper Toys has done with this outrageously hip set of matching
If you long for the days when children’s book illustrations were hand-drawn or painted and were full of a poignancy often lacking in computer-generated pictures, look no further than A Place To
Beginning July 1st, 2015, the trash cans of New York City will be less crammed with Styrofoam cups, clamshells, packing peanuts, and other single use, non-recyclable Styrofoam products as the city becomes
We spied this amazing igloo on parenting website Diary of a Working Mom, and we thought it would be a great project for a summer camp, childcare facility, school, or even a communal backyard. The
A New York City-based weight management and nutrition program for overweight and obese children is going back to the basics. Instead of pills, intense exercise regimes, and body shaming, the health care
Your kids, my kids, your sister’s kids — few of them are ready to “Let It Go” when it comes to their love of Frozen. Since the obsession continues, why not take advantage and use
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