Your child's new interests and abilities open up a whole new world of activity. Check out some games and pastimes that promote fun and learning.
Time to hit the road (or board a plane) with your little ones? Whether it's trains, planes, or automobiles, traveling with more than one child takes some planning, patience, and ingenuity. Here are some
Interacting with other children is an ideal opportunity for your child to make friends and hone social skills. Get the most out of toddler playdates.
Now that your little one walks and moves independently, a new world of play opens up. Watch and find out how to have some fun together!
Flying with an infant can be a bit daunting. Follow these useful tips to make flying with a baby or toddler fun and comfortable.
Use our finger paint recipe to get your toddler painting. It’s a fun family activity that helps encourage your child's creativity.
Our children love words and rhymes. It's fun to read short poems together and to learn them. Get more ideas.
Cooking together can be a great activity for you and your little one – as long as everyone's safe and careful, of course. Follow these guidelines to cooking up some fun.
Where does our food come from? We can help our kids explore this question and have fun by planting a garden.
Art and craft ideas can be fun and educational for toddlers, and will keep your tot happy and busy.
Children are curious about where you go during the day. They may also feel insecure. Here are some ideas on how to prepare a visit to work for your child.
Is your child a little jittery at the idea of his first haircut? A little pre-salon prep should take the sting out of seeing those locks hit the floor – for both of you!
Nursery rhymes, finger play, singing or chanting to your child both soothes and comforts him. It's also a powerful means of connecting with him.
At the height of the fall color explosion, it's impossible not to spend time outdoors admiring the show. But what do you do with all those leaves that end up crumbling into your carpets?
Kids crave the company of other playmates. Going to preschool or daycare allows for more interaction and sociability.
Many families love to roast pumpkin seeds and enjoy their nutty flavor. After the cooking is done, you can use the seeds to create a simple game for your older toddler or preschooler.
When toddlers play they learn to understand how the world works, who they are, and what they can and cannot do. How do they do this in their different stages of development?