Kids

Level up screen time by learning yoga, math, jewelry making or cooking.
Just because the playdates are online, doesn't mean they can't be interactive. Think puppet shows, makeovers, or a music session.
Experts share advice normally used on kids that adults can use, too.
"That’s what this is all about ― collecting all of those precious things we take for granted," said Katie Eborall.
Kezia Roberts from Leeds explains the trend that's making the nation's lockdown that little bit more colourful.
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Panic about coronavirus doesn’t serve anyone — especially not kids.
Taran and Calliope Tien found a musical way to help out 78-year-old Helena Schlam during the coronavirus pandemic this week.
Prime Minister Erna Solberg explained the global pandemic to the nation's children and answered questions they submitted about what to do.
But that does NOT mean they aren't at risk if they contract COVID-19.
"I still couldn’t wrap my head around the idea that I was a mom, and yet I was already feeling like a failure at it."
Where's the parenting manual on proper "social distancing" during a pandemic?
Experts explain why COVID-19 has made its way into children's games ― and why that's mostly OK.