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6 weeks of creative projects guaranteed to keep the kids busy, happy, and off-screen!
Take advantage of a summer's day by inviting your kids and their pals to get wildly creative. Read on for simple ideas that offer an artsy afternoon in the great outdoors. Rinsing off with the hose afterward only adds to the fun!
Forget those problem sets! Get your kids psyched about STEM with interactive toys they can make at home. They'll be amazed to see science, technology, engineering, and math in action in a setting that feels nothing like school. Get templates and instructions at familyfunmag.com/printables.
Not all screen time is bad! We went to experts to help find fun apps that can help inspire your kids' creativity (and maybe even yours!).
We’re updating the classic kid combo—and here's the great part: Kids with nut allergies don’t have to miss out. Just swap in sunflower seed butter for a safe, yummy alternative.
Let this be the summer you can sit back and have the kids decide on where your next family vacation should be. You may be pleasantly surprised!
From drive-to tent sites and cabins to totally remote adventures, this list of 10 amazing campgrounds for families has something for everyone!
Whether you’re new to the neighborhood or a bona fide local, connecting with your community can bring tons of joy! Here's how to get started.
These homemade birthday decor, craft, and food ideas can all be customized for your child. The best part? They all start with affordable and basic supplies.
Lace up your sneakers, slather on the sunscreen, fill the water bottles, and do what Mile High City kids and their parents love to do most—head outdoors for some serious fun in the sun.
Discover the hidden magic of old Florida at one of these under-the-radar and perfect-for-families destinations.
Help your kids make these cute and clever crafts using the cardboard tubes from paper towels and toilet paper rolls. It's the perfect project to celebrate Earth Day on April 22.
Dogs are kid’s best friend! But to get these BFFs together, children need to learn safe get-to-know-Fido rules.
During the summer months, these activities blend science with art, keeping summer brains sharp. From using the sun to tell time to observing its powerful heat, your child will learn about the sun through these exciting activities. Note: Always offer adult assistance when using a hot-glue gun and a cheese grater.
Make your baby’s first bites more than just a sweet milestone.
Like the sliced bread they're served on, sandwiches are an ingenious modern invention—perfect for lunches and quick weekday dinners. Our inspired recipes for sandwiches, wraps, and burgers are sure to please your crowd.
You'll have a ball this summer when you spend an afternoon creating these simple yarn crafts with your kids.
Your kids will go hog wild for this barnyard set! It’s chock-full of projects to pick and choose from—including quirky cork animals and a shoe-box barn with a working door—that’ll keep them crafting (and playing!) for hours.
We asked 2,000 parents to share their local go-tos so you can be in the know too. Check out our top pick per state—this is a list you’ll definitely want to save!
Introducing the 2016 Toys of the Year! These 20 kid-approved picks are squeal-inducing, happy-dance-launching hits that left our testers begging for more. Talk about holiday must-haves!
PBS travel expert and mom Colleen Kelly explores the world of voluntourism—and how to plan the right trip for your family.
Getting the job done is about to become a lot more fun (and less like pulling teeth). The kids will love these new perfect-for-home school supplies so much that they’ll jump to do those worksheets.
This classic toy is an awesome way to practice the logic and problem-solving skills that are crucial to STEM education. Here’s how to harness the fun.
Choosing the right pet can be a challenge when little ones (or parents!) have allergies. Find out which animals are a fit for your family.
Forget the drama from the hit TV show—Nashville is a town practically made for families. The city has tons of activities that let your entire clan tune in to Nashville's proud music tradition. Plus, there's kid-friendly Southern food in spades, a burgeoning park system, and a museum network that rivals some of the country's biggest metros.