What’s Happening This Week

The Hills are Alive with The Sound of Music + Tons of Local Events Coming Up This Week. Woot. Woot.


Finish Your Homework!

Now that the school year is back in full swing, that means homework assignments are here, too. Make the process as painless as possible with these tried-and-true tips.


Get to Know Your Teacher

Your little student is slowly getting to know his new teacher this month. Speed up the process with this free printable questionnaire.


5 Top Apple Picks in Oak Glen

Itchin’ to ditch the laundry and hit the road? Head for the hills, to apple-icious Oak Glen for fresh air, pick-our-own apple farms, cider mills, bakeries and trinket shops.


16 Tips to Get Your Kids Out the Door

You’ve just dropped your kids at school, but you feel like you’ve been hit by a bus. Tame the morning madness and coax your little ones out the door in peace with these parent-approved tips.


9 Great Places to Ride a Carousel

You’re never too old to slip your foot in a stirrup and hoist yourself onto an ostrich. Ride along with your kids on these magical SoCal carousels, or wave and grin as they whirl past.

The Kidsguide Calendar

The Kidsguide Directory

Southern California Tennis Academy

Academy Director Mitch Bridge and USC Mens Head Coach Peter Smith, both LBSU alums, run the world-class SC Tennis Academy, complete with an elite-level junior academy! They offer a weekly high performance after-school program for the advanced tournament-level players (ages 11-22), and a developmental after-school program for the beginner – intermediate players (ages 5-16).

Cypress College, Kids’ College

Registration has begun for the fall semester at their Cypress, Anaheim and Fullerton campuses. A wide variety of topics are covered in their classes, including: how to study and take tests; design a video game; sharpen math concepts, boost confidence through martial arts; experience engineering; get organized, refine comprehension; and guitar, basketball, hip hop, Spanish and more!

Shared Science

Kids engineer fun through inventive and playful classes, camps and competitive robotics. “Crazy Constructors” classes combine LEGO Ed with simple machines and physical science concepts that captivate K-5 brains. “Construction and Contraptions” workshops pursue the way things work and invention. For kids grades 4-9, they offer robot programming, animation and mission design, putting mathematics to work for fun.