Are you looking for the perfect all-in-one gift for your family or shopping for one that deserves a big surprise this year? If you’re going all in one a single gift and want to get something that will last for years to come, we have four great holiday gift ideas that will bring joy and excitement to the lives of families who love the great outdoors.
Jumping on an in-ground trampoline can provide fun for the entire family. It can also get the body moving and provide several health benefits such as improving circulation and strengthening the heart. If you are looking for some trampoline-specific games that you and the kids can play, here are 6 activities that can provide entertainment for the entire day.
In today's current environment of social distancing, and with the closure of many activities, including playgrounds and outdoor parks, our kids are surely missing the sunshine period. However, that lack of sunshine contributes to lowered amounts of essential vitamin D, which is responsible for bone health, focus, and can even result in mood changes and depression.
We'll explain here the importance of vitamin D for children, how much they need, potential risks of not getting enough, and offer solutions for parents aiming to ensure they get enough daily while quarantined at home.
During uncertain times, it’s harder than ever to count on getting away for that annual summer vacation, whether you usually head for a cabin in the woods or a beach resort. But staying home doesn’t have to mean stuck at home. Whatever your family’s usual getaway destination, you can have fun designing and enjoying a “staycation” that caters to your vacation vibe.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic limited interaction between kids to online classes, Zoom parties and sharing TikTok videos, it was a struggle for parents to limit screen time for a digital native generation.
While research shows limiting kids’ screen time to two hours or less per day can improve their memory, attention and language skills, the numbers are heading in the wrong direction with U.S. teens spending an average of seven hours or more per day on their screens.