Nintendo, Institute of Play to Bring Nintendo Labo into U.S. Schools

Nintendo and the Institute of Play teamed up to bring Nintendo Labo kits into elementary classrooms nationwide, combining the play patterns of Nintendo Labo with the basic principles of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM). Nintendo will provide Nintendo… read more

Tips to Avoid Summer Brain Drain

We’ve reached the point in summer vacation where the back-to-school commercials give us slight panic attacks about how much shopping we have to do. I don’t know about you, but sometimes the summertime just leads… read more

PlayKids Is Certified Safe

These days, kids are more knowledgable about the digital world than adults. And when I stop and think about it, I’m not sure whether to feel sad, scared, or downright impressed. I mean, just yesterday… read more

Tips for Stopping Homework Power Struggles

Last year, we had a daily struggle over homework. It was really frustrating for everyone, especially when there was a lot of homework or my son wasn’t quite getting it. There were many nights where everyone walked away upset,… read more

Spring Ahead with Zingo! Time-telling

Over the weekend, we sprung ahead and turned the clocks forward one hour. The concept of Daylight Savings Time, or reading clocks in general, may be difficult for kids to understand, but Zingo! Time-telling, from… read more

Kids Can Get Excited About Books Planted in Science

Curious About Plants explains the fascinating world of plants to kids, while teaching plant life vocabulary through simple questions and illustrations. Kids, ages 8-10, will learn answers to questions, including “What is photosynthesis?,” “How can… read more