Finding a fun activity to keep your child happy and busy requires a little imagination and help from us. Here you'll find a slew of our best activity ideas for toddlers and preschoolers ranging from games, to arts and crafts, and more.
These indoor activities are designed to boost your 1-year-old's growing skills.
Break out these fun and creative ideas when you're cooped up indoors.
Don't let rainy days spoil all the fun. If you can't go outside, use these creative ideas to bring the fun indoors instead.
Teach your little ones the importance of keeping the earth clean and preserving its natural resources with these easy activities for preschoolers.
20 great games to cure cabin fever.
Tired of nagging your child to do the right thing? Skip the lecture! Instead, add these super-fun ways to teach honesty, responsibility, compassion, patience, and more to your parenthood playbook. (We promise she won't even notice the lesson.)
Parents turned to Common Sense Media, which has reviewed thousands of books, for this list that will help get your kid ready for the Big Day.
Make the most of your upcoming weekend, and plan for one (or more!) of these fun outdoor activities!
Help your kiddos make their own brooches, rings, and necklaces from wood, fabric, and other household materials. No precious gems required!
Getting through the day with an active toddler can put your patience, creativity, and endurance to the test. Keep your child smiling with this huge list of simple, fun activities.
Let this dad's ingenious homemade toy serve as an inspiration for your own wallet-friendly kid creation.
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Tired of always doing the same old, same old? Your toddler's not!
Dust off your grill and grab your swimsuits, because the lazy days of summer are here! With the right tools and preparation, summertime can be a relaxing and safe time for you and your family. Here are 10 ways to avoid seasonal mishaps.
Make it fun for your child to pay attention to directions with these five games.
Is your child ready for a week or two (or more!) away from home, or would she be miserable and homesick the whole time? Use this 10-question quiz to help you figure out whether to try summer camp this year.Take Quiz
No toys needed! You can help your child stay happily entertained during your regular routine.
Even tiny hands can make these adorable Halloween decorations--with supervision from Mom or Dad, of course.
NPR recently asked their listeners to submit ideas for the first song babies should hear -- and the results are fascinating.
Try these fun indoor games when bad weather hits.
Hand your child one of these easy-to-assemble play kits, and she'll be in her own little world for hours.