Monday, October 24, 2022

Amber Guetebier

17 Books about Protecting Planet Earth

If you buy something from the links in this article, we may earn affiliate commission or compensation. If your kids are wondering what “climate change” means or what to do about trash in the park, reading a book...

Everything You Need to Trap a Leprechaun This St. Patrick’s Day

With St. Patrick’s Day comes plenty of green, but what if you’d rather have gold? You’ll need to trap a leprechaun to find out where the elusive pot o’ gold is hiding (hint: it’s not at the end of the...

25 Backyard Games Perfect for Sunny Days

Warm days are on the way, and even if it’s chilly, there is an easy way to make sure the kids get enough fresh air and sunshine. These easy outdoor games take almost no props or planning, many of...

11 Books for the Little Nature Lover in Your Life

Whether it’s the glory of a simple stick or a stargazing adventure overnight, children and nature can be one of the most harmonious and entertaining combos, ever. For the nature lover in your life, try one of these books...

Here’s How to Explain Pi with Pie

March 14, aka 3.14 is officially Pi Day! If you are not sure how to explain “pi” to your kiddos, or if explaining it is met with blank stares, we’ve got the perfect way to make it interesting! Pie....

100 Ways to Be Kinder, Starting Now

Kids are naturally compassionate, so why not take a few today (and every day) to foster that inherent kindness? From simple gestures like giving up your seat on the bus to giving your kids’ teacher a “just because” gift,...

27 Space Facts for Kids That Are Totally Out of This World

Whether you’ve got a would-be astronaut in your household or are just looking for quirky or interesting facts for kids, there’s no denying that space is a fascinating topic. From the moon and stars to space exploration, here are...

15 Cool Things to Know about Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln is perhaps most famous for his Gettysburg Address, but did you know he also brought us Thanksgiving? Read on for a few more fun facts about the 16th President of the United States. 1....

Interview with a Groundhog: Punxsutawney Phil Dishes the Dirt

Each year on Feb. 2, the town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania celebrates Groundhog Day and their resident legend, Punxsutawney Phil. Phil’s the guy whose shadow (or not) lets you know how many weeks of winter are to come. According to...

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