There are enormous benefits children ages 8 and under can gain from learning about their history, including developing a greater awareness of their race.
Kids often develop a deep interest in a particular subject, like airplanes, unicorns or dinosaurs. Learn how parents can help nurture that fascination in a positive way.
“You can’t just walk up to Google, but we’re opening those doors for them.”
It's time for Pittsburgh kids to shine with contests that involve acting scenes from Shakespeare, writing their own plays, and crafting story books complete with colorful drawings.
“The most exciting thing is that Alice is a drag-and-drop interface that allows for programming without many of the barriers that limit people.”
“Kids are so creative. Ideally, they’ll really think outside of the box and determine what is a problem in their community and help solve that.”
“Many students begin life in college not having direction. Tour Your Future can create excitement and interest in STEM to help guide their future decisions by highlighting an interest.”
Bedtime? What bedtime? When the sun goes down, there’s still time for after dark excitement for Pittsburgh kids.
From the North Side to East Liberty, there are many ways kids can celebrate Martin Lither King Day in Pittsburgh
“Our thought process was to discuss how our differences make not only Pittsburgh special, but everyone special.”
“This really showed them, they’re not just an isolated person in time. They’re part of a river that runs through time.”
During the first few years of a child’s life, more than 1 million neural connections are formed each second, and 90 percent of brain development occurs before the age of 5.