7 fun (and mostly free!) things to do around Pittsburgh this weekend with kids
Fun in the sun and a bit of learning, too: It’s going to be a great weekend!
Good job, kids! Check out our photo gallery of Pittsburgh students heading back to school.
Kidsburgh wishes an awesome school year to these smiling kids and all the others who are beginning a new school year in Pittsburgh!
Wondering What’s Next: At the start of another school year, what might tomorrow look like?
Amid so much division and deep, Delta-fueled anxiety, how might parents, neighbors, and communities act as allies in children’s learning?
First Tee opens Arnold Palmer Learning Center in Schenley Park
The Learning Center will help First Tee mentor thousands of local kids each year.
Millvale Community Library’s new “free fridge” shares fresh food with the community
This solar-powered free refrigerator is located behind the Millvale Community Library.
Ideas from local experts on talking with kids about 9/11
Good advice from local experts and from our national partner Common Sense Media.
PublicSource: Pittsburgh Public superintendent offers resignation amid ethics controversy
Hamlet’s resignation will go into effect on Oct. 1, 2021.
Sweet Pea’s ice cream truck is on a heartwarming mission
Sweet Pea’s ice cream truck is helping Pittsburghers in need while bringing sweet treats to everyone.
Two months, 200 new ideas and a chance to revolutionize parent engagement in education
Here’s how the global Family Engagement Design Sprint is building on pandemic-fueled progress.
PPS families: Navigation Ambassadors can help your kids get to school this week
Navigation Ambassadors are helping PPS kids get to school this year. Here are all the details.
Kidsburgh’s village is growing with new ways to support parents. Here’s how you can join us.
New executive editor Melissa Rayworth outlines Kidsburgh’s next steps — and what you should stay tuned for down the road.
Introducing new parenting initiatives and resources from Kidsburgh
Kidsburgh joins Pittsburgh Today Live and looks ahead to new initiatives to help support parents.
JAMbethekindkid, Inc. continues to set off chain reactions of kindness
Kindness is something that can not only benefit others whenever you do it, but also benefits yourself.
Celebrating random acts of kindness: Tell Kidsburgh about the Kind Kids in our community.
Tell us about a child you know who has done an act of kindness so we can recognize these young Pittsburghers as “Kidsburgh Kind Kids.”
We’re excited to announce Kidsburgh’s next chapter
It’s been 13 years since this publication for Pittsburgh’s families was born. As a newly minted teenager, we’re growing and pushing ourselves to new heights.
Foster Love Project outgrows its space as it expands outreach programs
“The goal is giving a child a dignified experience and making them feel loved.”
Don’t miss your baby’s free $100 for education funding from the Pennsylvania Treasury
In addition to the gift of money, it’s a great teaching tool for kids to learn about saving.
Watch for ‘Alma’s Way,’ a new show from Fred Rogers Productions and a ‘Sesame Street’ alum
In each episode, there’s a “think through” moment, where Alma figures out an answer to a problem like why her brother is mad.
Pittsburgh mom creates VolunTOTS to help little kids volunteer
“VolunTOTS took on a life of its own that I had never anticipated, but it’s really exciting.”
11 ways to support Pittsburgh kids with essential back-to-school supplies
Kids who are equipped with the proper learning tools show increased classroom participation and higher academic achievement.