Over half-term it can be hard to know what to do with the kids to keep them entertained. You have exhausted most options -- they have been out in the garden and have watched a few films. They're now bored and you have run out of ideas, yet sticking them in front of the television goes against your better nature. To help save the day, here are five kids activities which are fun, but also educational, so you can rest assured they are learning while having playing -- a winner for everyone!Read Full Story
Throughout the first year of your child's life, playing educational learning games with your baby not only helps you bond, but can also help him reach those milestones most parents obsess about. From games for baby that tap into his five senses to chase learning games for your 1-year-old, discover eight developmental baby games that will help your little one develop his motor skills, crawling, senses and more.Read Full Story
With technology changing all around us, parents have turned to trusted apps to help educate their children and build communication skills through interactive play and stories. These interactive apps are fun for kids and parents and encourage learning along the way.Read Full Story
Whether you're looking to fight summer brain drain or are just looking for a way to sneak in learning when you give your kids screen time, these online reading games tackle phonics, sharpen vocabulary use and encourage reading. From free online games from well-known sources of education like PBS Kids to games featuring your child's favorite Looney Tunes characters, check out these free online games your kids will love (but will actually teach them to read)!Read Full Story
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