(YTV) — Reality TV is taking over the tube, and seeping into the kid market now. This latest addition is one your youngsters might want to catch. This Canadian production is going to find a promising singer under 15 from
On a typical summer day, parents may find themselves participating in more activities with their kids. As the heat draws us outdoors to take trips, explore nature and try to cool off.
And, as children head outdoors, many parents sens
Wondering what to do with the computer that’s been shuffled off to some corner of your house to make room for a newer model? Donate that used computer and related items to Little Geeks Foundation, a not-for-profit that collects, refurbis
Long summer days give us time for contemplation as well as play. These new titles take us into summer with a smile.
For a start let’s tag along with author Carolyn Beck and illustrator Andrea Beck as they take us
(Anchor Bay) — If you and your family are tired of the perfectly cute and perfectly polished teens in today’s movies and TV shows, you will like Alice. Played by Alyson Stoner (she was the tomboy Sarah in Cheaper by
You can hear the groans from students and parents alike as every June the teachers merrily wave the students on their way to summer vacation with cries of, “Have fun! Play outside! Don’t forget your sunscreen! Read! Read! Read! You
I never really considered myself a consumer…until I had a baby. Babies, coming into the world as they do naked and apparently needing a whole lotta gear, sent me to the mall more often than I care to remember. And
Final report cards are almost here, and with them comes an excellent opportunity to reflect upon and celebrate the growth and success your child has achieved at school this year. But what does success look like? Is it just about
The dynamics of family life present many opportunities for drama and turbulence. There can also be some hilarious moments as the following stories show.
Gail Banning has put her fictional family Out on a Limb (Key Po
You may be surprised to learn that in addition to the over one hundred programs for all ages that are available at the City of Toronto’s Historic Museums, many of them also offer Summer Day Camps for kids.
Want a fool-proof way to have delicious fun with your kids, while teaching them reading math and science? Just step into the kitchen. There’s tons of safe and easy ways to work with kids in the kitchen. The chefs at
Are you what might be described as a helicopter parent? Are you the kind of parent who hovers around your children, trying to make sure that everything is just right for them? Do you believe that your kids are entitled
Edward the Crazy Man (Workman Arts/Lorraine Kimsa) — Young Charlie doesn’t know what he wants to be for Halloween, and the pressure to be creative is coming from his family and friends. Then he meets Edward, a