Climb aboard for Kidsguide’s History Hunt and visit the most famous ship of all time, the RMS Titanic! Finish our Titanic word search and enter to win tickets to Titanic The Experience, and then watch for more monthly missions.
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Great Aunt Marjorie’s packing her bags right now and heading to your house for the holidays. Along with your golden-brown turkey and perfect potatoes, impress her with your kids’ impeccable manners.
It’s that time of year, again. No, not the holidays – school progress reports! And we never know completely how to prepare, what to expect or how to clean up the mess. Here are a few quick tips from Allison Tutoring.
The Ronald Reagan Presidential Library may not have been at the top of your list of fun family outings. Until now. The Simi Valley landmark has been taken over by spies. Go undercover and take a look.
It’s time to go on Kidsguide’s History Hunt, and we have your kids’ very first mission! Download the History Hunt Rancho Crossword Puzzle here, watch for more monthly missions and enter to win big prizes.
You can bury those crusty memories of musty textbooks — the old way of teaching history is history! The fall/winter issue of Kidsguide has the very best spots for your kids to see their classroom history lessons come to life.
Can’t remember the difference between commutative property and distributive property? Homework can be a head-scratcher for parents, too. Help your kids, without tearing out your hair, with these free online tutorials.
Science and history and math, oh my! Keep those textbooks fresh all year long with these do-it-yourself book covers, customized by your kids, of course.
If you’re a typical Kidsguide reader, you have a little touch of wanderlust, so we’re excited to start a new feature called 5 Worth the Drive. If you’re itchin’ to ditch the laundry and hit the road, make your first destination Oak Glen.
Back-to-school brings a whirlwind of math tests, soccer practice, piano lessons, teacher luncheons, birthday parties, science projects and wrapping paper fundraisers. Survive the storm with a Family Command Center.