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Mother Nature just sent a 1,000-mile-wide storm walloping up the East Coast. What’s next? Be sure you and your kids are ready for anything, with help from the pros. FEMA and the American Red Cross have all the tips, checklists and worksheets your family needs now.
You can bet your bottom dollar that you’ll love the Fall/Winter issue of Kidsguide, heading out in our delivery trucks this week. With expert advice from financial pros, you’ll find super-simple age-by-age activities to help your kids earn, spend and save their way into a stable future, starting now!
With all that texting and tweeting going on, talking on the phone is becoming a lost art. But if your little one speaks clearly and can follow instructions, she’s ready for a crash course in phone etiquette that will impress even your mother-in-law. Hand off these tips…
Two slices of Wonder bread and a square of orange cheese used to make a perfectly fine meal. But today’s school lunches need to be fun, quick to make, tasty, nutritious, affordable AND eco-friendly. (Oh, the pressure!) Here are a few ideas for shaking up your sandwiches.
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.
Back to school, everyone! Be a teacher’s dream this year with these perfect-parent tips from a PTA veteran. You’ll go straight to the head of the class!
Before long, there’ll be a chill in the air, pumpkins on porches and homework to finish. Drop that laundry and squeeze every last juicy drop out of summer this week before your kids file back to class.
Open the cupboard, break out those little packets and show your kids there’s so much more to do with Kool-Aid than drink it – paint with it, make dough with it – even create your own lip gloss.
Whether you’re headed to grandma’s house or the geysers of Yellowstone, a road trip is one of the joys of summer. Get your kicks on Route 66 with these tips for kid-friendly packing, snacks, games and memory making.