Written by Britt Lynn Skating is a great exercise… According to the experts at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital, skating is an envigorating activity that works on almost every muscle group in the body. Roller skates use synchronization of movement to facilitate the flexibility of joints. Skating is an excellent cardio exercise that . . .
Introducing your toddler to technology the right way can be tricky. As a responsible parent, you don’t want to overexpose your little one to screen time, preventing him or her from engaging in other types of play and activities that contribute to healthy development. Yet in an increasingly technological world, . . .
A celebration of tradition, Christmas brings together families, friends, and loved ones. And as many would say, Christmas is mainly about—and for—children. Parents want to make the season a fun, unique, and magical experience for their kids! Watching the children excitedly doing the Christmas countdown evokes feelings of joy and . . .
Playtime is fun... and develops motor skills! Children between the ages of 3 and 7 years old love playing with their siblings, parents, and peers! Playtime isn't just about having fun with others but also about learning new skills, strengthening old skills, and establishing relationships with others. Indeed, it isn't . . .
Movie and comic book theme park rides are the closest most fans will come to experiencing the fantasy worlds of their heroes and villains. The adrenalin rush of the ride is perfectly tuned to the thrilling visuals and imaginative plot turns of their fictional realms. But these rides are missing one . . .
The world needs heroes more than ever. And while real-world heroes are stepping up in all sorts of unlikely places, fictional superheroes help us dream of more colorful times. In fact, superheroes are the modern mythology that helps us think about making the world a better place. But Best Kid Stuff . . .