Halloween inspires kids to exercise their creativity and imagination. Encourage your kiddo to explore different identities in the safe environment this holiday provides. After all, on October 31st, everyone is pretending to be someone (or something) they’re not!
The days are shorter, the nights are cooler, and the leaves are starting to change: fall is coming! Before the weather goes from crisp to cold, treat your family to some quality time outdoors. Being outside is a fun, refreshing way to relieve stress and bond as a family. Here are some activities you and your little ones can do together.
Sharks are fascinating animals—we even dedicate an entire week per year to them! Do you know a child who’s as obsessed with them as Eugenie Clark? Fondly known as "Shark Lady," she was a pioneer in ocean conservation and shark research who dedicated her life to educating people about these misunderstood creatures.
Every year we celebrate moms and dads, honoring them on their own special days—and we should! Parents are incredible. But what about those other grown-ups who are an important part of our children’s lives? Whether or not they’re parents themselves, aunts and uncles are a special part of our families, so here are 6 reasons they’re the best!
It’s a lovely day for a Teddy Bear Picnic! And it’s so easy to throw your own—all you need is a blanket, books, snacks, and, of course, your favorite snuggly friend.
Take your teddy bear on a trip to the nearest park or spread out in your own yard for some fun in the sun. No matter where you are, these ideas are sure to make your Teddy Bear Picnic the best one ever!