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Kids can benefit from meditation, just like adults. Here are some fun exercises to get your kids started.
If there's one thing every expert seems to agree on, it's the sanctity of the family dinner hour. It always helps to plan ahead.
Whether your children are five or fifteen, they'll find something to inspire them along the Freedom Trail, a 2-1/2 mile long walk that snakes through historical Boston.
Are you looking for a way to enjoy New Year's Eve with your family? Consider these First Night celebrations, held annually across the United States.
Holiday meals are the ideal time to teach your children about rituals and traditions. Read on for tips and suggestions to make dinner fun!
Here's how you can help your kids stay excited about democracy in action during this landmark inaugural week.
Cooking gives kids first-hand experience with cultures from around the world. Here are some recipes to get you started on your journey.
Trees play a major part in the world we live in-- from the air we breathe to the nuts we eat. Plus, they can serve as an instant science lesson! Here's how.
Here are four recipes to turn those pesky persimmons into delicious family treats.
As athletes gather for the upcoming Olympic Games, it's the perfect moment to introduce your child to some related mathematical concepts!
Did you hear the news? Coin collecting isn't just a quirky habit anymore. It's a fun way to teach your child about American history.
It's party time, and you've been racking your brain, trying to decide what to give out when the festivities run down.  Why not try a DIY goody bag?
Has your child outgrown lullabies?  Here are some fun kids' CDs to calm the tyke who doesn't want to hear anymore 'Skidamarink!'
Forget the mall. Here are two great holiday gifts kids can make themselves: chocolate dipped pretzels and cakes that look like Christmas ornaments.
The Olympic Games are a great opportunity for your child to practice her writing and research skills.
Want to breathe some life into American  history?  From whaling and fishing to shipbuilding and commerce, these five sites give kids a peek into times past.
Don't just veg in front of the TV, make watching the Olympics a fun learning experience this year!
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