17 March events in Pittsburgh for families, from live theater to hands-on STEAM fun

Above image courtesy of Pittsburgh St. Patrick’s Day Parade. March in Pittsburgh can be a tempestuous month. Some days are warm and sunny, while others are dreary — and there’s […]

photo courtesy of the Carnegie/Kamin Science Center

Kidsburgh’s 2024 Summer Camp Guide for the Pittsburgh region (70+ camps!)

Looking for summer camps in the Pittsburgh area? Our big guide has them all!

summer camp in Pittsburgh

7 questions that can make summer camp in Pittsburgh easier this year

Expert tips about prepping for the first day of summer camp in Pittsburgh.

after school programs in Pittsburgh

Classroom teachers and afterschool educators are collaborating in new ways in Pittsburgh

“Being outside of the school district, you almost forget what it’s like to run an eight-hour day in a school building.”

7 questions to ask before sending your kids to summer camp in Pittsburgh

From pickup times to allergy issues, here are all the questions to ask about summer camp in Pittsburgh.

Career Expo at Ross Park Mall

Career expo at Ross Park Mall this weekend promises interactive exhibits for kids interested in STEM fields

Interactive presentations will expose attendees to local job opportunities in the STEM fields. Parents and kids are welcome!

Pittsburgh-area programs for girls

5 Pittsburgh-area programs for girls who want to make history

Seeking Pittsburgh-area programs for girls who want to make the world better? Check out this list.

Two Pittsburgh teens win $20K for their Grade-Up app in the CGI I.T. Girl Challenge

“I was thrown a bunch of challenges and difficulties, and once I solved it, it was the best feeling ever.”

Pittsburgh nonprofits

Kidsburgh Mental Health Guide: Where parents can access community services

Fortunately, there are many good — and in many cases free — sources of mental health support in Pittsburgh. 

21 ways kids can celebrate the holidays in Pittsburgh

These traditions are modified with safety in mind but maintain the season’s enchantment.

New family hotline dials up support for pandemic-worn Pittsburgh families

Partner organizations joined forces to streamline aid for the 24/7 hotline.

As learning innovation grows, a fresh approach to ‘summer melt’ emerges in Pittsburgh

Over summer break, kids may lose up to 25 percent of what they learned during the school year.

8 things to do with kids (at home) this week in Pittsburgh, from a mini film fest to a singalong

Pittsburgh organizations continue to impress us with interactive activities, delightful performances and new ways to stay active.