Kids have been fascinated with trains for generations. Since 1945, many of those kids focused their obsession on a blue engine named Thomas, the star of two Pittsburgh attractions.
“Anytime a parent and a child can have an engaging experience together, it is worthwhile.”
Summer brings the biggest blockbuster movies of the year. We've gathered up the most anticipated movies of the summer for kids, tweens, and teens to help families decide what to see.
“Hey, we have good news and bad news. We’re not going to have the event in your space, but we’d like to give you this $50,000 grant.”
An enchanted adventure where kids can be themselves A magical forest has sprung up in the heart of Pittsburgh’s Cultural District as local theater Bricolage Production Company opens their immersive children’s adventure, The Forest of Everywhere. This whimsical journey takes the form of a personal quest into a land filled with furry and feathered forest...
What could school be? Education innovator Ted Dintersmith shares insights in Pittsburgh visit (airing on C-SPAN)Posted on: May 06, 2018
“Kids are trusting us to give them school experiences that will open life’s doors for them. I feel like too often we’re putting them into situations where we’re not opening those doors.”
All activities and performances are within walking distance, so when one ends, you’re sure to catch the beginning of something new within minutes.
Cartoons can highlight important issues in real life, from race to gentrification to environmental problems in society.
Aside from being a strong role model, these five tips from Common Sense Media will help to minimize conflict and find the balance we're all seeking when it comes to screen time for kids.