The Kidsguide Blog

Explore the world of Kidsguide with neat ideas, cool tips and awesome inspiration!

Be a Tree Hugger

Trees help clean our air, shade our picnics, provide homes for birds and squirrels, and make our streets pretty. And kids, of course, know they’re essential for climbing. Here’s how to show your love for all things green.

St. Patrick’s Shenanigans

Leprechauns aren’t the only ones who are tricky. Add a little zing to your kids’ St. Patrick’s Day with these sneaky surprises.

Everyone Just Settle Down!

Whether they’re tired, hungry or coming down with the sniffles, kids have no end of reasons to throw a tantrum. Experts say the best way to keep the peace is with a well-timed time out.

Eat it Up!

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.

Is Your Kid Dialed In?

Is your kid old enough for a cell phone? Here’s what you should consider before making the big decision.

Homework Help

If you have a child that struggles to get their homework done, or even get their homework started, Team Kidsguide can help. We’ve got some tips and resources you will want to know about!

Rise and Shine!

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.

Mad for Science

It’s cold outside, and your kids are getting squirmy. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to plan an afternoon of hands-on science experimentin’. Grab a few simple ingredients from around the house, and you’re in for some explosive fun!

Dinner’s on You!

Remember when you were home with a newborn and you would have given your firstborn for a hot, homemade dinner — made by someone else? A new website makes it super-easy for you to organize an army of family and friends to cook for someone in need.

Cool Under Pressure

Fire, bad guy, major injury — we’re ready to swoop in whenever our kids are faced with an emergency. But what if we’re not there? Or unconscious? Or pinned under a piano? Like it or not, it’s vital that we teach our kids — even little ones — when and how to call 911. Here’s how.

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