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Live theater, especially, Shakespeare is good the brain. Here are some tips to watching live Shakespeare with your family
Here's a list of new and classic games to keep your teen's mind (and social life!) in top shape:
Your kids might not believe it, but there actually are things to see in Florida that have nothing to do with that big mouse and his princess buddies.
Is it financially feasible for U.S. families to 'go green?' Get strategies for having an eco-friendly family while saving money at the same time.
Celebrate the joys of ice cream with fun facts and a homemade vanilla ice cream recipe.
As President-elect Barack Obama is ready to be sworn into office on January 20th, how can parents get their children excited about politics?
It's a fact: kids love dinosaurs. But why? And what can learning dinosaurs teach curious kids?
This week America gets a new president. You can share in the excitement with your child, and turn the presidential inauguration into a learning moment.
Many families are turning to blogs to share their news with friends and relatives. Is a blog right for your family?
Visit a factory tour this summer! Here are some of the best tours to satisfy your child's curiosity and your own limited entertainment budget.
Here's a peek at a few great educational spots in Sunny Spain.
With the Oscar's just around the corner, now's the time to introduce your child to the elements of a fantastic film...and them her be the judge!
Rare is the parent who doesn't want mementos of every stage of their child's development.  But is scrapbooking the only way?  Why not try making bookmarks?
With all the recent innovations in computers and camcorders, you don't have to be Steven Spielberg to create home movies that earn two thumbs up.
Throw a party that will take your child on a round-the-world trip, without leaving the backyard. Here are ideas for party games and activities.
Miniature golf isn't just fun and games; it can be a learning opportunity too. Use these tips to teach coordination, timing, and good sportsmanship.
Stamp collecting can teach your child about new countries, cultures, currencies and landmarks. Here's how to get started.
Here are the answers to a few questions your child might be asking you about the sun this summer, plus a few activities.
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