Our kids climb all over us all day long: while waiting to pick up big brother at school, in line at the grocery store, even at the park despite there being loads of available play equipment. The moral of
Making homemade bread is a kid-friendly and delicious activity, but one Japanese mom’s bread loaf masterpieces elevate the stuff of life into works of art. Using her son’s drawings and
Forty British experts, ranging from neuroscientists to educators to writers, have written a public letter urging the government to step in and save today’s children from their commercialized,
New Yorkers are known for their ability to negotiate the constant hustle and bustle without breaking their stride in the city that never sleeps, but even they have been stopping lately for an unlikely
Seattle's first "traffic garden" is a bike playground where kids can safely practice their cycling skills
Traveling on two wheels is one of our favorite ways to explore urban locales, but actually learning how to ride a bike in the city can be a challenge since there is a lack of wide open spaces for
Toy companies are creating dolls and toys with disabilities to represent & include differently-abled children
Diversity among dolls and toys has been a burgeoning focus in recent years, and, with the help of popular campaigns such as #ToyLikeMe, this movement now includes multiple successful efforts to include
Sky Villages interactive installation teaches kids lofty concepts about architecture & population growth
Kids’ imaginations run wild, and they are just so open to the idea of EVERYTHING being real: even villages floating in the sky doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility. At Brooklyn
Who knew that an abandoned slate mine in Wales could suddenly have jumped so many notches on our Must-See list? Bounce Below is the world’s first underground trampoline park, and families can have
Inspiring teen with heart condition starts 'Positive Impact for Kids' to improve the hospital experience for pediatric patients
Despite being born with a heart condition, Leanne Joyce was a nationally ranked jump roper, a competitive swimmer and a gymnast. However, five years ago, Leanne received the unfortunate news that she had
Two young brothers created safer, more kid-friendly bows and arrows, resulting in a million-dollar business!
Archery hones kids’ precision and focus, develops their fine motor skills, and it’s also a lot of fun. The downside, of course, is that putting a sharp arrow and a heavy bow into the hands of
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