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St. Patrick’s Day, March 17 every year, is always a fun holiday to celebrate with the kids. One of the most (in)famous traditions, of course, is to pinch anyone who’s not wearing green, but there are other fun and friendlier things you can do with the kids to have fun for the day. Here areRead more
One of the very best gifts you can give your child is the love of reading. Reading helps build vocabulary, broadens their horizons and imaginations, and can calm little minds before sleep. Reading also helps to strengthen the emotional bonds between you and your child when you engage in a ritual of reading, such asRead more
Valentine’s Day can be an overly-commercialized affair just about flowers, chocolates, and going out to a fancy, candle-lit dinner. Or it can be a great chance to enjoy time with the kids instead, if you get a little creative – and for many parents, going out for a romantic dinner isn’t really easily in the cardsRead more
February is a great month for fun things to do in Chicago with kids. From crafts and activities to celebrate nature, to card-making and mosaic hearts, to a fun show with entertainer Randy Kaplan, there are lots of fun family activities to do with the kids in the city this month. Here are details for some ofRead more
As your child grows, it’s important for him or her to learn about personal-volume control, and when to use certain kinds of voices that are appropriate for different situations and environments they are in. 1. Remember that you’re teaching more than just volume control Teaching your child how to moderate his or her voice’s volumeRead more