Kid-Friendly Thanksgiving Recipes & Crafts

Kids love participating in holiday prep, and it’s a great way to let them flex their creative skills!
Gratitude Jar Craft

Gratitude Jar Craft

This Thanksgiving, help your children show gratitude in a tangible way (and practice their motor and literacy skills!).

Good vs. Bad: Learning Through Technology

We live in a world increasingly dependent on technology. However, there is also a wealth of research that shows that too much screen time can be detrimental for children. How do parents and educators find a balance?

Mastering Your Toddler’s Bedtime Routine

You never realize how important alone time and a good night’s sleep are until you don’t have them. Every child is different, but here's how we mastered our kids' bedtime routines.
Snacktivity: Broomstick Party Snacks

Snacktivity: Broomstick Party Snacks

This spooky snack is the perfect trick to skipping sugary treats this year!
Baby pacifier over a plain yellow background

Ditch the Pacifier: 8 Tips for Transitioning

When it comes to parenting challenges, helping your child move beyond the pacifier is often a task that’s easier said than done.
Snacktivity: Fresh Fruitsicles

Snacktivity: Fresh Fruitsicles

Try this homemade version of a classic summer snack! These fruitsicles are so delicious, your child won’t even notice that they’re also super healthy.
Snacktivity: Strawberry Yogurt Bites

Snacktivity: Strawberry Yogurt Bites

With summer approaching, now is the perfect time to cool off with this simple, healthy snack! These easy-to-make bites are great for a picnic or for a grab-and-go treat.
Shot of a happy-looking family reading a map together while hiking in the woods

Scavenger Hunt Ideas: Encourage Exploration

Now that the April showers have passed, it’s time to get outside and find some May flowers! National Scavenger Hunt Day is May 24.
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