Find out how to use your child’s fidget spinner obsession to encourage completion of chores and knowledge-building.
Is your house overrun with plastic Easter eggs? Here are some practical and educational ways to use them all year long
Celebrate Easter and find new ways to get your kids using their minds and motor skills in the kitchen with these fun activities.
Is your child tired of the monotony of flashcards when it comes to memorizing those all-important sight words? Then, try making practice fun with some of these games and activities.
Building a strong vocabulary is important for your child’s academic success. So, make learning new words fun with books, games and activities that will encourage vocabulary development.
Halloween doesn’t just have to be a time for filling up on candy and carving pumpkins. It can also be a time for strengthening math, reading and science skills and having fun doing it. Learn how to incorporate learning fun into your fall fun.
A new school year has begun and that means parents will be chasing the kids down for forgotten homework, crumpled permission slips and library books that were due weeks ago. Save yourself some frustration, and teach the kids responsibility at the same time, by creating a “drop zone” for all…
Wouldn’t it be nice to tell these people how much you appreciate them before the school year even begins? Here are a few ideas to create some inexpensive back-to-school teacher gifts that will not only show your child’s teacher how much you care, but will show your child what it means to be…
It’s time to start thinking about and planning for the new school year. These tips for going social, shared electronic calendars, and helpful apps will get the year off to a more organized great start.
When the weather is too hot to handle outdoor activities, then enjoy some indoor fun with a pile of good books and some activities to go with them. From book clubs to book nooks, there’s something for every book lover.