It All Adds Up With Toddler Math Products

If there’s one thing that never changes, it’s the challenges and triumphs of teaching your toddler how to count, add, and recognize patterns. It’s a such a refreshing joy to watch them learn the things that will be with them all their lives, and math definitely falls into that category. That doesn’t mean that it’s […]

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5 Great Apps for Kids Ages 2-4

Whether or not you should hand your device over to your young child remains a controversial topic, but it really doesn’t need to be. With a little bit of forethought, your phone or tablet can become a great learning station for little ones. App developers are beginning to tap into the kids demographic, which is […]

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Introducing Your Kids to Fraggle Rock

Can you believe Fraggle Rock is turning 30 this year? If you aren’t privy to this wonderful little piece of 80s TV canon, it’s a Jim Henson production much like Sesame Street or the Muppet Show, but these Muppets live in caves underneith a tinker’s shop. The worlds of the humans and Muppets remain seperate […]

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5 Teacher-Recommended Study Tips for Kids and Parents

Yay, fall! It’s time for rainboots and fresh, clean sheets of lined paper. As a kid, I liked the first day of school almost as much as the first day of summer. Even now when I have no reason to be there, if I have time to kill I always find myself perusing the back-to-school […]

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Little Bird: A Retro Kids’ Clothing Line by Jools Oliver

This past month, Jools Oliver (wife of celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver) unveiled her second collection for the Little Bird line, and it’s unabashedly and deliciously 70s-rific. The collection will be sold exclusively though Mothercare.com. Clashing prints and playful color combos make it feel updated, but there’s no doubt about the nostalgia button this line is […]

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Children’s 2013 Fall Fashion Trends

With brand new fashion weeks popping up all over the map, the world of kids’ fashion is really coming into its own. This past March marked the inaugural Global Kids’ Fashion Week in London, where a star-studded audience devoted their entire attention to whimsical, miniature wardrobes from the world’s best designers. Alex and Alexa hosted […]

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Seriously Stylish Eco-friendly Wooden Toys

I’m pretty proud of us. You, me, and the rest of the world are making the little changes we can to hand our kids the world they deserve. We recycle, we walk and bike to work, we make wise food choices. Now it’s time to get into the nitty gritty of reducing our footprints. What […]

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Rachel and The TreeSchoolers is “Too Educational for TV”

As Rachel Coleman of Two Little Hands Productions explains, “most children’s television shows are like fruit snacks – they’re only 10% real fruit juice.” Coleman is the host and creator of the new show, Rachel and the TreeSchoolers, which has hit up Kickstarter to fund what TV networks could not – a show that’s teaching […]

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Frances England

An Interview with Frances England

  Frances England is a children’s musician with one of the sweetest, warmest voices in the genre. Her songs evoke memories of lying on the grass on a warm day, gazing up at the clouds as time passes by. Her new CD, Blink of an Eye, was released on August 6. Aimed at slightly older […]

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All The Nerdy Back To School Essentials Your Child Needs

For some, back to school shopping is a pleasant experience; for others not so much. How could you not be resentful? Stores roll out the back to school gear in June. June! This is most likely due to the fact that the grownups running these fine establishments find some sort of sadistic pleasure in sounding […]

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