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Pro Hockey is Back!

Tweet Fans of the National Hockey League rejoiced this weekend as the NHL and players union agreed to a deal to get back on the ice, ending a half-season long lockout. We’re happy to finally see the players play again! With cold and snow in many parts of the country, and along with the NHL […]

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Wild Ways to Have Baseball Fun

Tweet The 2012 Major League Baseball regular season has come to a close and now it is time for an exciting postseason! The new Wild Card format this year lets two extra teams earn a spot in the playoffs, with each league’s Wild Card game set for tomorrow, Friday, October 5. While it is fun […]

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Celebrate Read Across America Day!

Tweet March 2nd is a special day, as today we say “Happy Birthday” to Theodor Geisel, or as he as better remembered, Dr. Seuss! In his honor, Random House and the National Education Association (NEA) have recognized March 2nd as “Read Across America Day,” encouraging all to take time to read to a child. The […]

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High-Tech Ways to Teach Kids about Music

Tweet Have a computer? is your sound on? Then check out these awesome, free tools from around the web to help teach the fun of music at home, or anytime! Now, I think any age group would find this quite exciting! From the Exploratorium in San Francisco is the Science of Music Dot Mixer, where […]

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Indoor Fun: Cooking with Kids

Tweet Stuck inside because of less-than-ideal weather? Or just looking for new ways to play? Check out some ideas to get kids to love cooking and hanging out in the kitchen. We obviously love food and fun around here – having talked about the benefits of pretend play food, and highlighting seasonal cuisine like summer […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for Kids

Tweet Happy New Year! We hope you had a fun holliday season and that you’re looking forward to what will come in 2011! While you may have made a New Year’s Resolution for yourself, has your child? The American Academy of Pediatrics has a great list of healthy New Year’s Resolutions for kids, organized by […]

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