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.
Under the right circumstances -- and with plenty of oversight -- Messenger Kids can help young kids connect. But is social media OK for this age group?
Not certain where to start or how to talk about race? These books will help.
Safety precautions, timed tickets and restrictions can’t stop the excitement for kids.
Is YouTube Kids really safe for kids? Learn more about this kid-targeted, but sometimes iffy, YouTube-lite app.
It does the heart good to see more and more summer staples returning to the calendar.
We’re excited about the official start of summer this weekend and all the fun of the season.
“Even though they’re resilient, kids still need support.”
As Pittsburgh slowly opens up, we’re excited by the recreational alternatives launching in new, safe ways.
Want to get more proactive about equality? We’ve gathered some terrific resources to get conversations started and ways to take action.
Kids can still enjoy creative and educational opportunities, just in a different way.
Movies, TV, and books can be powerful teaching tools when it comes to helping kids understand race, racism, and a history of racial oppression.