Being stuck inside doesn't have to mean being bored. Check out our collection of things kids can do and make like homemade play dough, finger puppets, memory games, science experiments, and more.
Learning the alphabet is a blast with these crafts, activities, and toys.
Your kid will love exploring your fave old pastimes (so will you!).
Your kids will love these splish-splashing bathtub games.
Light up your child's room and help banish nighttime jitters with these simply illuminating ideas.
These five projects from Curious Jane Magazine hit on all aspects of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art, and math).
With spring still weeks away, here's an easy way to get growing. Kids will love turning ordinary kitchen scraps into a windowsill gardening project. And who knows? It might even inspire them to eat more veggies.
Stay warm, have fun, and learn with the kids! Melinda Gates runs through some of her favorite science-focused indoor family activities for the colder winter months.
These indoor activities are so much fun, your child will never know you had a hidden agenda. How's that for a game changer?
Taking your child to an art museum? Whether it's the first or fifth time, learn how to maximize each museum visit to teach kids about art.
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.
Toddler love to play "let's pretend" starting around one and a half years old and it's a good way for you to interact with your child. One popular game is sharing a meal and it helps to teach your child how to hand things to others.
Now that we've seen the new "Beauty and the Beast," you can expect to also see these 6 Disney movies in splendid live-action form coming to theaters in the next few years.
Recycle a pretty card by turning it into a necklace or pin for someone special. Idea from FamilyFun magazine.
Eight whimsical crafts that let you bring a little magic to your neighborhood.
Shape up and get active with the help of a simple homemade fabric band.
Get active with these exercises designed to put the kick back in your family's workout.
Celebrate all eight nights of the Festival of Lights with a different craft and recipe every day.
Simple strategies to inspire your kids to be lifelong readers.
Let a magician teach you how to wow 'em with these fun, easy-to-follow illusions.
Download our free printables to create your own mix-and-match coloring books.
Ideas for sparking creativity and fun in your home.
Technology can be used for much more than just zoning out! These fun apps for children help get those creative juices flowing.
These are the moments--big and small--that your child will cherish.
Tie this tin can noisemaker to the back of your kid's bike, ride-on, or wagon.
Make a piece of recording tape tumble along an illustrated cowboy path. Idea from FamilyFun magazine.
Metallic chenille stems make this kooky cap look like a fireworks display.