Sneak in some math practice without your kids even knowing it with these fun books and games. Whether your kids are 5 or 15, we’ve got you covered.
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The Earth Day Network estimates that a billion people around the globe will mark Earth Day on April 22, and you can be one of them! Whether you’re up for a family hike, a beach clean-up or a full-on festival, you’ll find the full list of our favorite events here…
You’ll have egg on your face if you try to pass off the same old Easter recipes this year. Add some egg-citement with these kid-friendly concoctions. Egg pops, deviled-egg chicks, Easter basket cupcakes – get cracking!
Fooled your kids with the perfect prank? Post your idea on Kidsguide’s Facebook page this week and you could win four free tickets to Pretend City! Looking for something new? See what we suggest.
Brew up some fun this spring by hosting a proper English tea party at home, with finger sandwiches, scones, spring hats, the works! Or outsource to the experts, who will come to your house with a tea party in a box.
Leprechauns will be out in force this week, gearing up for their St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on Saturday. (Hey, everyone needs time off from making shoes, right?) Legend has it that if you manage to catch one he’ll lead you to his pot of gold (and the Leprechaun Code of Conduct bars him from […]
From Oxnard to the Mexican border, strawberries are nearing their peak this month in sunny Southern California. Grab a basket and pick your own strawberries at a local farm, with these berry-picking tips from the pros.
Walk with us! It’s as simple as that. Team Kidsguide will be front and center at the April 1 Walk for Kids benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California, and we’d love to meet you there! It’s easy, it’s free and it’s good. Just show up for the party on the path, or help us raise funds for this very worthy cause. Here’s how…
Most kids have managed to collect a Barnes & Noble’s worth of books. They’re busting out of the bookshelf, tucked into drawers, bent open on nightstands and stacked in all four corners. When enough is enough, read our fun ideas for stashing ’em, swapping ’em or donating ’em.
Studies show that most tweens are now packing their own personal keypad, and your kid’s begging to be one of them. Is your kid old enough for a cell phone? Here’s what you should consider before making the big decision.