Isla Rowntree is trying to green the kids’ bike industry, and in the process, this environmentalist is turning her back on the established bike buying model that she helped thrive. For the past
Tween sews and sells cheerful fabric scrap lovebirds, uses proceeds to send girls to school in Nepal
Never underestimate the power of a good book… or a girl with a plan. When Lily Miller read Malala’s Yousafszai’s memoir in 2014, her eyes were opened to the fact that getting an
IKEA announces toy drawing competition & debuts soft toy collection created by children all over the world
Calling all young artists: IKEA just announced their annual Soft Toy Drawing Competition! The competition is an awesome opportunity for little ones (ages 12 and under) to get super-creative with the
It has often been said that “children are the future,” but more and more, we’re inclined to believe in their abilities to change the status quo right now. Case in point is 13 year-old
Thirteen year-old Max Loughan admires Nikola Tesla and Albert Einstein, yet we wouldn’t be surprised if one day he is famous for being an inventive genius in his own right. Max and his twin brother
Earlier this year, a Little Free Library popped up near a busy square downtown. We’ve loved borrowing books from the small streetside box and also donating our own so that someone else can have
Learning through play is an important tenet in education. This methodology combines fun, hands-on, and multisensory ways to engage kids in the learning process and get them working together.
Designer creates special font for people with dyslexia, to make reading & identifying letters easier
Dyslexie Font from Dyslexie Font on Vimeo. Growing up a few decades ago, we were taught that people with dyslexia got letters mixed up and often had trouble reading and spelling. Dyslexia is much more
We’ve been saying for ages that parents are among the best problem-solvers in the world, and the story behind Upsee confirms it. When Debby Elnatan’s second son Rotem was diagnosed with
More than 17,000 people in Los Angeles are homeless; and while government bodies struggle with the best way to tackle this issue, a local 9 year-old is taking tangible action to provide necessities for
Are fancy cribs becoming obsolete in favor of utilitarian baby boxes? While we’re sure companies crafting those gorgeous beds for babies shouldn’t start sweating too much, the baby box trend
Give a 10 year-old the ability to choose any superhero power and you might be surprised and more than a little amused at her decision: to create a cannon that shoots out glitter at whim. This amazing
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