Have you watched the new “off beat series” perfect for “kids and families” — the one and only Buddy Thunderstruck?
Watch kids explain Transformers with the help (and voice!) of Optimus Prime himself, Peter Cullen.
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Detroit Tigers Celebrate Children’s Health with Annual Kids Opening Day (April 9), Invites 200 Kids for Special Experience
In celebration of children’s health, nearly 200 children from youth organizations across the state and a local school took over Comerica Park for the fifth annual Detroit Tigers Kids Opening Day, sponsored by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan,
Let’s Start Coding teaches kids learn how to write real code by building handheld gadgets and hardware through kits of electronics, code examples and guides..
Spring break is here , it’s time to sit back, relax, and try to survive traveling with children.
Yes – it’s true, baby teeth will eventually fall out – BUT – it’s important to treat cavities and keep your child’s baby teeth in good shape, because they are the foundation for a healthy mouth. It’s especially important because tooth decay remains a top chronic infectious disease among kids.
What’s the best part about Valentine’s day? Well the sweet greetings and candy of course! This easy, kid’s classroom Valentine idea includes both and is sure to be a big hit.
“The women athletes of the 2016 Summer Olympics captivated the world. Their accomplishments amazed us, as did their personal stories of persistence and hard work. The Golden Girls of Rio focuses on the paths to glory for these women athletes, how they got their start and rose to meteoric heights in the Rio games.
Are you a doodler? Ever want to draw, but just didn’t know how to get started? Check out Christopher Locke’s new book, Draw Like This! – How Anyone Can See the World Like an Artist – and Capture It on Paper. This book prepares you for what you need to get started to draw…tools, training and an artist’s eye to think about your surroundings and to practice specific drawings of what you see.
Finances…ugh…how do we as parents do it all and get it right…or somewhat right? Well, we probably don’t, but we sure try. And so, what ideas can we as parents pass on to our kiddos regarding finances to plan for their future to get them in the right direction?