Our collection of free online toddlers and preschoolers tools, calculators, trackers, and mobile apps include a toddler development tracker, toddler flashcards, preschooler activities, and more.
Toddler Growth Chart
Toddler Development Tracker
Latest Toy and Product Recalls
Fun Activity Finder
Birthday Party Planner
Potty Training Reward Chart
Follow your toddler's growth and learn about all of the milestones she'll reach after her first year! Plus, you'll find Health and Safety Information and Mom Must-Know Tips for each month.
Check out our complete collection of free printable crafts and activities for kids. We have fun games, cards, crafts, and so much more!
Teach simple shapes with these fun activity sheets that also double as coloring pages.
Every child needs to learn his ABCs, and these cute and colorful cards will help your toddler recognize letters.
Are you a pushover, or could you teach your average Marine a thing or two about discipline? Take this quiz and find out.
Fun activity sheets that are also coloring pages will help kids practice learning numbers.
Bring some flower power to the party!
We help you catch fruits and veggies at their peak so you can turn them into fast family meals your picky eater will love.
This project teaches kids how to make a small pillow -- and leaves them with a new best friend.
Use our free tool to quickly get customized defrosting and cooking instructions for beef, chicken, lamb, pork, turkey, veal and vegetables. Cooking up a goose for the holidays? That's on there too, along with several other varieties of poultry.
Toss out the junk food and start making snack time fun again! Check out these 20 kid-friendly ingredients that make great snacks, plus an easy recipe for each one.
It's not too soon to start setting limits and encouraging good behavior from your kid. We'll show you how.
Our child growth chart will calculate your child's height and weight percentile.
Use this handy index to find links to printable templates as featured in FamilyFun publications.
When it comes to dealing with bad behavior, everyone screws up. We'll help you do it right.
Help your kids get ready for school with printables that teach letters, shapes, sizes, and seasons.
There are some situations that seem to set off your little one more than others. Don't avoid them--instead, learn how to avoid a meltdown or defuse it before it gets out of hand.
How could I raise confident daughters if I didn't get comfortable in my own skin first?
Use this age-by-age guide to find out the amount of food your child should be eating -- and how to create healthy habits for a lifetime.
Trust us -- we know these top tips work! We tapped the experts -- Parents.com readers, who swear by each and every one.
From boys with chubby cheeks to girls with crazy curls, here are the some of the cutest kids entered in our 2013 Cover Contest.
Break out these fun and creative ideas when you're cooped up indoors.
At around two and a half years old you can begin teaching your child the concept of colors. Learn how to do this using simple blocks.