The last of the leftover turkey has been transformed into sandwiches and soup, and the Black Friday haul sits in the closet, away from prying eyes. Now that families across
Some people call the Smithsonian Institution the world’s largest museum. In fact, it’s 19 museums—plus a zoo—and they’re all completely free! If you’re a parent of young children, the idea of exploring this massive treasure trove is as exhausting as it is exciting. That’s why we’re providing some tips about seven kid-friendly and fun Smithsonian exhibits and experiences,- along with some free reading material to accompany them…
Kids can probably name Harriet Tubman, Sacagawea, Eleanor Roosevelt, and more awesome examples of women in American history, but then there are the women who don’t appear in your daughters’ textbooks. Is your daughter a budding doctor or oceanographer or pilot? See if they’ve heard of any of these famous firsts!
If you’re the parent of an 8-year-old child, you know that eight is an amazing—and potentially exhausting—year in a child’s life! Many kids experience a huge growth spurt, both physically and intellectually, around third grade. They’re reading independently, trying more things for themselves, and most importantly, they start developing a more complex sense of identity. Is your child a budding scientist or an aspiring poet or planning a campaign for the 2052 presidential election? Feed their voracious minds with the perfect magazine to fit their passions.
My daughter and I are reading the same book. It happened totally by accident. She left a book lying on the kitchen counter. I spilled grape juice on it. While