Christin Perry

Feelin' hot, hot, hot? Get out the hose, fill some water balloons, or gather up a few crafty materials to set up these water activities and games to keep kids cool and entertained all summer.
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Paint. Chocolate. Blood. There are probably very few stains you haven't seen as a parent. Here's how to clean a few of the most common (read: annoying) stains that regularly show up on your kid's clothing.
Slime might be fun, but it can certainly also ruin your kid's clothes. Here's everything to know about how to get slime out of fabric, whether that slime is dry, fluffy, glittery, or just plain sticky.
When not cleaned properly, bath toys can be potentially harmful to kids. Here's how to keep bath time safe, plus mold-free bath toy picks that are less prone to breeding bacteria in the first place.
It's all about themes when it comes to putting together an epic Easter gift for your teen or tween. Whether they're into basketball or books, VSCO trends or hygge, these cool and creative Easter basket ideas can be customized to fit your kid.
These Easter movies for families starring everyone from Peter Rabbit to the Easter bunny himself are even more lovable because they're all available to stream at home on Prime Video or Netflix.
Level up your Easter celebration at home with a fun scavenger hunt. These planning tips and free printable scavenger hunt clue ideas make it easy to pull off.
Play Cupid for your family this February 14 by planning your own party and setting up a few of these cute Valentine's Day games for kids of all ages.
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Make their special day great when you shop for these adorable Valentine's Day cards for kids to give to their friends.
Social-distancing orders aside, opting to stay in on February 14 has its perks, especially for parents. Try one of these romantic Valentine's Day ideas at home this year.
We dare you not to fall in love (pun intended) with these easy leaf, pine cone, and acorn crafts perfect for toddlers and preschoolers to do at home this autumn.
From leather to fabric, stain removal to shampooing, these are the best tips for keeping your kid's car seat as clean as the day you bought it. OK, almost as clean as the day you bought it.
These funny and thoughtful questions for all ages are not only a totally free way to have fun as a family, but a great way to get to know your kid on a whole new level.
From edible turkeys to handprint wreaths, these simple Thanksgiving crafts for toddlers are a great way to make memories and keep little hands occupied while you prep that bird.
From Mad Libs with a Turkey Day twist to a cute interactive way for kids to count their blessings, we rounded up some fun Thanksgiving games for kids so you can find one perfect for everyone on your guest list, young and old.
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Can you guess the iconic Thanksgiving food that was actually missing from the very first feast? Impress your littlest guests with these Thanksgiving trivia questions and answers.
These Halloween craft ideas are creepy, they're kooky, they're altogether (semi) spooky so rest assured they'll be a hit with your preschooler—and look cute on display all October.
Whether you have a second grader obsessed with STEM experiments or a kindergartner who loves squishing slime, get into the spooky spirit by working together on these easy Halloween activities for toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids.
Looking for some spooky kid-friendly Halloween music to play around the (haunted) house? Whether you have a toddler who wants to dance to Blippi or tweens ready to do the Monster Mash, we found a song for everyone.
From Disney+ to Netflix, find out where your family's favorite classic scary movie is streaming (or discover a new one!) in this round-up of the best Halloween movies for kids.
This classic indoor game is a great way for kids of all ages at home (and adults on Netflix, apparently) to use their imaginations, get the wiggles out, and have some fun.
Whether you have a science buff or a Harry Potter fanatic, look no further than this list of trivia questions and answers for kids of all ages that will be fun for little minds to ponder.
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Communicating with teens can be tricky. Keep them tuned in with these tips and questions about everything from the song they currently can't stop playing to what they would do if they were President.
Learn about your little one and deepen your connection with fun conversations by asking these silly, insightful, and thoughtful questions.
A calm-down corner can not only diffuse tantrums in the making, but a soothing spot designed just for your toddler or preschooler can also help them learn valuable skills for regulating his or her emotions.