Learn how to make reading more interactive with tips from Jason Boog, author of “Born Reading: Bringing up Bookworms in a Digital Age.”
Learn how light-hearted play can lead to child development benefits and get ready to bring family game night out of the past and into your immediate future!
“Dinosaur Train” host, Dr. Scott Sampson, explains the importance of children having time for outdoor, unscheduled play.
Do you ever wonder what your kids really learn at school? They may not tell you, but we can. Discover what your preschooler or kindergartener really does at school and how you can help her learn.
By using all their senses to observe food, kids can turn the supermarket into a science lab.
Numbers, geometry and patterns are part of your child’s early school years. Nurture early math skills with these activities.
Keep kids occupied on car trips by building literacy skills. Make the most of car talk.
Allowing your child to have fun with her food will make healthy eating more exciting. Spark your kids’ interests with healthy eating with these tips and recipes from Kitchen Explorers:
Find great ways to keep little hands busy while also encouraging kids to express gratitude.
Curious George: How Tall
Estimate the height of an object using donuts, tires or coins.
Color the big red dog and his cute canine companions.
In this app, kids are charge of feeding, washing, and playing with baby animals.
"...when people are curious about something, they learn more, and better."
Don’t let the idea overwhelm you. A few containers and soil in a sunny spot will do.