Help first- and second-graders celebrate the holidays (and learn about the spice wars!) with delicious-smelling decorations.
How you can help at home: Try printmaking to make your own wrapping paper!
Your second- or third-grader can discover wearable art with this chic activity.
Still looking for a great gift for your child's teacher? Here are five quick and simple ideas for gifts teachers will love.
Third-, fourth-, and fifth-graders explore the science of canning by making marmalade.
Teach preschoolers or kindergartners about the origin of spices by baking fragrant goodies.
Parents share a wealth of ideas for teacher gifts, from gift cards to spa days to lunches honoring the whole school staff.
Princess or assassin? Gory zombie or sexualized pop star? You may cringe at your child's Halloween costume, but here's why the most wince-worthy outfits make developmental sense.
Our Holiday Toy Survey elicited some wondrous insights about the state of holiday cheer and chagrin in America today.
Whether or not words like "nano" and "flip" are already part of your kids' vocabulary, you can boost their tech savvy (and talents) with one of these multimedia gifts. Instead of just letting them zone out to TV or tunes, encourage your children to get...