MK Memo: Moms Know
These tips teach kids how to be kind to others throughout their lives.
This book by a 6th grader shows the relationship between two brothers — one with autism — and explores how to help others understand autism.
Try out these not-so-scary bedtime stories for little ears
What to do if the thought of going to school makes your child sick
Don't let homework stress out the whole family! Try these time-management and organization tips to get the work done without the headaches.
How to strike the right balance between an child who's engaged and one who's overloaded.
Enter the dynamic world of robots at The Franklin Institute's newest exhibit.
Want to be more eco-conscious and buy healthier products and foods for your family, but you're not quite sure how? Here's the guidebook you've been looking for!
This adorable children's book explains the transition from one POTUS to another but with a twist — here POTUS refers to the first Pup of the United States.
Get the facts about some of the earliest presidential elections in U.S. history.
Kid blogger Sarah Hullihen provides an overview of what you can see at PoliticalFest.
Learn some fascinating trivia about three past presidents of the United States from kid blogger Sarah Hullihen.
We asked local kids, ages 5-10, what they would do if they were president. Check out their answers!
In this dramatic election year, we reached out to youth in both the greater Philadelphia area and near Clevelend, OH, to talk about the presidency. In this post, find out what 8th graders from the greater Philadelphia area think the next president's top priority should be and who they would vote for if they were old enough.
In this dramatic election year, we reached out to youth in both the greater Philadelphia area and near Clevelend, OH, to find out what issues they think the next president should tackle first. In this post, read what high schoolers who live near the city chosen to host the Republican National Convention think about how the next president's choices will affect them.
Whether it's summer or back-to-school time, kids are always looking for snacks. Reduce the hassle by setting up a space in your kitchen where your kids can serve themselves.
Find out how a blockbuster children's movie is helping to spread awareness and acceptance of people with social, emotional and cognitive differences.
Enjoy outdoor activities, great food and spectacular riverfront views at the Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest through Labor Day.
See "Titus" at the Painted Bridge Art Center in Philly May 19-22.
Tips from a long-time dance instructor on what to look for in a dance program for your child.
Get some tips on redecorating your home with a vintage or rustic style.
The best of kindie music comes to World Cafe Live in Philadelphia on April 3.
Learn about the dangers of using headphones at too high a volume and how to prevent your child from suffering hearing loss.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at family-favorite movies at the Franklin Institute's newest exhibit.
When pinched for instructional time, many schools have dropped cursive from their curricula. Find out why learning to write cursive is so important.
The reason we stretch February to 29 days (almost) every four years.