Kids are always looking for something to do, and we've got great ideas for boredom busters. From book lists to tech toys to family movies and programming, our entertainment value gets two thumbs up.
I don't know about you, but my digital life is a mess. Google is attempting to fix that.
Check out some of the best kid-friendly films of all time.
Your child's education doesn't have to stop after school. These games made for your iPhone, iPad, and Android will keep your youngster's mind active outside the classroom.
There's an overwhelming number of paid apps for kids to choose from, but which ones are worth shelling out for? Here are some fun and educational apps for 3- to 4-year-olds that'll give you the best bang for your buck -- and you won't feel guilty about letting your kid use them.
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Smartphones. Tablets. Gaming systems. With so many options, it seems almost impossible to limit what (and how much) your child views. Don't worry: We've got a plan to regain control.
Help your kids build a fantastic blanket fort with easy tips from Laura Dahl, cofounder of BuiltByKids.com.
The majority of parents spend more than nine hours a day looking at a screen (and that's not counting work hours!)--are you one of them?
Julia is different, and wonderful, and so much more in her first appearance on Sesame Street.
Teach your child how to fold a sheet of origami paper into a frog.
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Actress Mandy Moore discusses her new role as a kitty cat sheriff in this exclusive video preview of Disney Junior's new series "Sheriff Callie's Wild West."
These films are dead-on when it comes to expressing the joys (and, um, other parts) of parenthood.
Got restless toddler syndrome? These apps will amuse and educate.
Check out these fun and kid-friendly iPhone applications to keep your tot busy and learning on the go.
Behold, Disney's planned movie releases through 2019! Look for sequels to beloved films such as Finding Nemo, Toy Story, and Cars; remakes of classics such as Beauty and the Beast; and new stories your kids are sure to love.
We asked hundreds of moms for their favorite children's books and these titles came up again and again.
These tricks should get your kids reading on their own in no time!
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Chelsea Clinton, former First Daughter and mom-of-two, shares her favorite books to read to daughter Charlotte and son Aidan in honor of Women's History Month.
Imagine printing your own toys at home. Or watching your child have a one-on-one chat with her favorite TV character. These are just a few of the exciting changes that could be in your family's future.
This bright, heartwarming song will remind your kids how much you love them.
Saira Siddiqui, founder of Confessions of a Muslim MOMmaholic, shares her top picks.
From weird cravings to unrealistic expectations about delivery day, these quotes from some of our favorite movies are equal parts hilarious and spot on.
Vice President Joe Biden calls for the legal barriers to be lifted so that more research can be done on the effects of video games, TV, and movies in spurring gun violence.
Learn how to make these darling paper flowers using just cupcake liners, pipe cleaners and a little dab of glue. This spring craft will brighten up anyone's day.