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Best Deals for the Week Across the Web

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

By Savings.com

If holiday spending is burning a hole in your pocket, check out the amazing deals we found around the web this week. Get up to 40% off at some places — and sleep a bit more soundly tonight.

1. Macy’s. Friends & Family: Save 10%-20% off All Departments Site Wide (No code needed). Expires 12/15/2013.

2. Lastcall.com (Neiman Marcus). 40% off Orders $300 or More (No code needed). Expires 12/16/2013.

3. Leapfrog. Free Headphones With Every LeapPad Tablet Purchase (Coupon code: GIFT). Expires 12/16/2013.

4. Babies R Us. Save 20% off Your Total Personalized Gift Order (Coupon code: PZSave20). Expires 12/14/2013.

5. ShopPBS.Org. 25% off all orders (Coupon code: CROSS25). Expires 8/15/2014.

 

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PBS Show Super WHY! Teams Up With fun. Guitarist For Live Tour

Wednesday, March 13th, 2013

The power of friendship, adventure and reading could soon be coming to a city near you!

The popular Emmy-nominated preschool TV series Super WHY! recently announced dates for an upcoming live tour “Super WHY Live: You’ve Got the Power!” Written by the show’s creator Angela Santomero (also the creator of Blue’s Clues), the show features music produced by guitarist Jack Antonoff, of the Grammy Award-winning band fun. Kids (and parents too!) will love dancing and singing along with the cast of superhero characters plucked from the pages of classic storybook favorites, as they heroically take on challenges in the name of literature.

The tour kicks off April 2nd in Seattle, and will travel to 27 cities around the country in April and May.

Watch a clip of the live show below, and see a full list of tour dates.

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Watch Tonight: ‘The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas’

Wednesday, November 21st, 2012

Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About ChristmasEven though the turkey’s not out of the oven yet, get a headstart on celebrating Christmas with a new TV special featuring the Cat in the Hat.

For the first time, PBS KIDS debuts the one-hour segment, “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas,” tonight on your public broadcasting channel. Watch clips online and check PBS.org for local TV schedules. (Encore presentations will also be shown through December, or consider purchasing the DVD.)

Here’s a brief description of the special: The Cat in the Hat, Nick, and Sally are on a journey around the world to help a lost reindeer find his way home to Freezeyourknees Snowland in time for Christmas. On the way, the Thingamajigger breaks down, and they depend on a variety of animals — from African bush elephants to bottlenose dolphins to red crabs — and their remarkable abilities to help them.

Afterwards, play the online game tied to the show, Freezeyourknees, Follow Me, Please!, where children will take the reins in guiding Ralph the Reindeer back home.

Watch a video clip about “The Cat in the Hat Knows A Lot About Christmas” below.

Photo credit: Copyright 2012, CITH Holiday Productions Inc. and Red Hat Animation 2 Limited. Underlying characters copyright 1957, 1985 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P.

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He Huffed, and He Puffed, and… He Learned How to Read!

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2011

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“Between The Lions”, a literacy show for youngsters hosted by PBS, announces their first ever iPad app in partnership with Kideo—The Three Little Pigs. Intended for ages 3 to 7, this enhanced ebook allows young readers to follow along with the story using a “Read” mode that highlights each word as it is being narrated. Plus, budding readers can record their voice as they read the classic tale aloud. Play the role of the Big Bad Wolf in an interactive game called “Blow the House Down”, where kids can blow down the house using their breath and tilting capabilities. Let the fun continue with five other educational games, including a matching game, puzzles, and a construction game. Available on iTunes for $8, be on the lookout for other stories coming out soon!

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Super Ideas for 99 Days of Summer

Wednesday, July 27th, 2011

girls-swimming-pollEven though some kids are going back to school, summer’s far from over! From Memorial Day through Labor Day, there are 99 days of summer (we counted!), which means we’re dedicated to bringing you tons of ideas to have fun, keep cool, and stay safe every day until September 5.

There are still plenty of summer days left, so make sure to sign up for the Daily Parenting Tip newsletter to receive special summer features from us and our partner, PBS Parents.

Get through the heat wave by keeping your kids hydrated and making unique and colorful ice pops. Or seek the shade and stay indoors to create dazzling crafts that will catch the sun.

For more summer inspiration, here are our favorite ideas to get your family through the rest of summer:

Don’t forget to visit our 99 Days of Summer page for more recipes, crafts, travel, and safety ideas!

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