At Kidsburgh, we strive to provide helpful and curated information to parents and caregivers for children. Below is a collection of our favorite guides, from must-see events of the season to suggestions for family harmony to nearby getaways and more. Many of these guides are updated frequently.
The health crisis can be frightening for kids when schoolyard chatter raises all sorts of misinformation.
How about a dinosaur dinner party, a barnyard ballet and a leopard cub cuteness cure?
These DIY kits for kids provide entertaining activities, plus yummy treats at the end of each project.
Lots of people are hurting. Lots of people need help. But it’s often hard to know just where to turn.
These four spring writing contests will keep literacy skills sharp for kids from kindergarten through high school.
Just because we’re under a stay-at-home order doesn’t mean kids can’t explore exciting new activities.
Support organizations and efforts helping people affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
We found some local hands-on activities and online events to keep your kids’ minds occupied, so you don’t lose yours.
“I try to give them all my attention in the mornings and wear them out then.”
We’ve compiled a list of free resources with ready-to-use lesson plans on a variety of subjects and grade levels.