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Consider mixing up the summer beach fun with a few activities that go beyond Frisbee and building sandcastles. Here are ideas to help you get started!
With these tips and tricks, you don't have to be Martha Stewart (or have her budget) to plan a birthday party that's a little more memorable.
Farmers markets are great places to sneak in educational lessons about all sorts of things. Here's a sampling of what your child can learn at farmers markets.
The following time management tips can help you gain a few precious hours of relaxation this Thanksgiving.
Today's tweens are more accustomed to the drone of electronics than to the buzz of the great outdoors. Here are some ideas to regulate their exposure.
Here are a few different ways to express your love for your child and ease her fears of what may or may not happen on Valentine's Day.
It's easy to create science experiments at home, without any fancy equipment!  Simple cups of water to ooey-gooey Oobleck -- these activites are fun for all!
Let your children revel in the slow charm of bygone years with an Easter tea party. Here are some great ideas to get the festivities started.
Throw a Victorian tea party and teach your child about tea party history. Here's a party menu, crafts, and games for your child's tea party.
Throw a kindergarten graduation party with an 'Oh, the Places You'll Go!' theme.
Help foster your child's curiosity about the world using Curious George as a role model. Here's how to make your child more curious about the world around her.
If you think you've got Indiana Jones, Jr. on your hands, get ready. It's not all world travel and slinging sand; there's a lot to discover in your backyard.
Here are some fun activity ideas to help you and your child celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Want to help your tween become a confident, creative, young man or woman? Give them a pen and paper!
Are fairy tales really beneficial to a child's development? Find out what the experts have to say.
Valentine's Day is a great opportunity to teach your child how to express love and appreciation for others.
Turn the wonderful tale of Saint Patrick's Day treasure into a nutritious party that you can host in your backyard or in the classroom.
A cookie decorating party is a fun way to celebrate Valentine's Day.
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