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And yes, there will be mud puddles.
Families stuck at home, try not to turn green with envy.
He's just a boy who's four, and each day he grows some more.
Thousands of people agree it will help normalize LGBTQ families.
"Dora and the Lost City of Gold" will be released August 2.
Representation matters.
We know you've been wondering.
"The research isn’t matching up with the marketing that’s out there."
Children’s shows are meant to be fun, educational and entertaining, but some programs can be downright annoying! The video
From crafts to singalongs, the Canadian icon not only entertained us, but shaped what we know and love today.
Cyril Sneer is making a comeback.
Just in time for Father's Day!
Her most notable covers include People Magazine, TV Guide, and Life. The prima-donna is also a New York Times’ bestselling
No matter how many times you've seen the show, we bet you never knew these 10 "Sailor Moon" facts!
Interestingly, the show never specified whether the puppet was a boy or a girl. 7) After the show ended, Coombs did a travelling
The onward march of film technology neither harms children's cognitive abilities nor shortens their attention span in the
If we are ever to have kids that will benefit from screens, instead of wasting their time on it, it is the adults who will have to do a better job of figuring out ways to turn these devices from a time killer into an idea generator. Technology has become a self-fulfilling prophecy. This isn't about how much time kids spend with screens, it's about what's on the screen. Screens are no longer the things we use to waste time and take our collective minds off of our day-to-day lives. These screens have come alive, and a child's ability to understand this, work with them and -- ultimately -- use them to create something is going to be a key indicator of their ability to be successful in life.
Play is not only an easy, accessible and affordable way to get children more physically active, but it has the potential to improve a child's physical, emotional, social and cognitive well-being. It's not a frill or a waste of time. According to the Active Healthy Kids Canada Report Card, play has been shown to improve and foster motor function, creativity, decision-making, problem solving and the ability to control emotions.