With the 2012 Summer Olympics around the corner, some parents may be worried about their kids sitting in front of the TV for hours watching the events and not learning anything. We found three products—a book, a movie, and a game—to help make the event watching more educational. With older kids, read the book or watch the movie, then have a discussion about the athletes featured. For younger kids, play the game to learn and review math skills.
Carole Roman of Syosset, NY recently released a children's book that takes young readers on a pirate adventure while teaching responsibility and good decision-making.
Popular blog turned book Dear Photograph helps you take photos from the past and put them in the present. Learn about this creative way to preserve your family memories.
Everyone has a story to tell, especially when it comes to their mothers. What we often forget, however, is how vital it is to hear these stories. In "Mom: A Celebration of Mothers from StoryCorp," now out in paperback, editor and StoryCorp founder Dave Isay gathers an array of voices from around the country that showcase the diversity of experiences that make up motherhood.
From a personalized grow-your-own-plant to eco-friendly shoes and adorable, weather-appropriate pieces for kids to wear to Take Your Kid to Work Day, the "Stuff We Like" in our April issue highlights springtime goodies for your kids.
WebMD Baby is a new app that provides instant access to expert medical info and health answers for parents of babies and toddlers.
From silly to sentimental, the top 10 Valentine's Day children's books is presented by the Brooke Jackman Foundation, a nonprofit that promotes literacy for at-risk children in the greater New York area, and includes page-turners like "Olive You!: And Other Valentine Knock-Knock Jokes You'll A-Door" and "Guess How Much I Love You."
From an interactive book of animal x-rays with a built-in light box to a DIY science kit made by a kid for kids, the "Stuff We Like" for our March issue feature educational fun for any budding scientist.
Check out these Valentine's Day picks, from a book of love to monster hoodies.