The boy who never grew up was born in London's Kensington Gardens in 1902. From the moment author J. M. Barrie penned the famous play, Peter Pan became a symbol of eternal childhood, magical creatures, and wild mischief. No wonder Disney turned the boy into an animated feature.... read more
Ready to play like Madeline? The City of Lights may be one of the most romantic cities to visit in the world with your soul mate, but with kids in tow, it's a completely different game. Forget walking through the cobbled streets of Montmartre after dark, unless you really can'.... read more
Need an easy and quiet way to entertain your little ones? With basic felt squares and a pair of scissors, you can make adorable backgrounds to tell your own stories at home. Whether for nap time, bedtime or just quiet time, these felt story theaters will be perfect to let yo.... read more
Best way to kick the winter blues? Head to the beach and forget about the season. Yes, it's cold outside, but the ocean in winter has a certain soothing quality that leaves you fully relaxed and recharged. If you are lucky to live near a coast, there's certainly a beach near y.... read more
The winter solstice is behind us. Let longer days ring in the New Year! If gingerbread and candy canes smell like the holidays to us, what about the winter and new beginnings? What is your favorite winter smell? Here are a few ideas to enjoy the smells of the season cozily at .... read more
Six is the magic number for snow - did you know that? If you had a big magnifier and stepped outside with your children on a cold winter day to watch snow fall from the sky, here is what you might observe - six-sided hexagonal crystals, needles or flat six-sided crystals, and .... read more
Figures better behave when kids come in the kitchen because kitchens are a thriving space for fun math games. Who better than a budding chef to multiply, divide, or make fractions? Yes, kitchens are micro-math institutes, and the cups and spoons you use to measure ingredients .... read more
Happy Thanksgiving! Just because trees can't talk doesn't mean they won't appreciate a little love on this day where you show appreciation for people in your life. For Thanksgiving, here are five meaningful ways you can make a difference and show your children that nature shou.... read more
Math, meet books for children. Children, prepare to love math. When math collides with literature and fun, you never know what your kids will be up to. Will they start seeing their bedroom in geometrical shapes? Will they divide up oranges into quarters at the dinner table to .... read more
Darkest Peru, tropical islands, the Himalayas—it used to be that geography was all about faraway and exotic destinations. As intriguing as it can be, getting kids interested in geography can be tough if they can't touch or see anything in real life. Their neighborhood, on th.... read more
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