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
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
Establishing screen time limits is an essential part of parenting these days — but what if we also focused more, especially for girls, on how this screen time could be modified to learn a
Eco Kids Planet is a new print and digital magazine for kids aged 7-11. This monthly publication seeks to provide young adventurers with interactive, exciting, and educational content, encouraging respect
Anyone who has ever loved and cared for an animal knows that they have so much to teach people and that the immeasurable bond created between people and animals can be life-changing. The Gentle Barn
It’s probably not surprising that a new study supports the idea that fussy infants and toddlers watch more television. What parent hasn’t been tempted to turn on the tube when they’ve
Stay-at-home father of two and product designer Colin O’Dowd is teaching kids how to put toy-making into their own hands. His interactive invention Stix Toys encourages children to self-assemble their
As the mother of a once transportation-obsessed toddler, I often toted an embarrassing amount of cars, garbage trucks, trains and tracks whenever we went practically anywhere. If only Donkey
Baby nurseries can get a bad rap for being a little too cutesy. While some of us can’t get enough of floppy bunny loveys and wallpaper featuring adorable woodland creatures, others prefer a nursery
We all hope we’re coming to the end of this harsh winter, but we’ve found a secret weapon for keeping the kids occupied during these last snow days: D-Torso’s animal cardboard puzzles.
Remember the Rubik’s Cube? That challenging, fun, brightly-colored logic puzzle that meant HOURS of problem-solving, “can’t put it down” addiction? It’s received a modern
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