Kidcast shows how to get your kids cooking, age by age
Believe it or not, kids can start to help cook as young as 2 years.
Yoga, babies and art? Kidcast checks out this cool class at Carnegie Museum
Engaging in the arts can lead to increased self-esteem, a decrease in stress and depression levels, and it improves your overall sense of well-being.
Kidcast: How to empower your kids to be their best
One of the biggest things parents can do is finding their children’s passions.
Kidcast dispels myths surrounding pregnancy
Pregnancy is an exciting but complicated time when women are faced with many misconceptions.
Kidcast: Trying Together works to improve the lives of kids and their caregivers
We have a lot of resources to help guide parenting and decision-making.
Kidcast: Trying Together shares ways to encourage creative play
Open-ended materials mean the toys have limitless possibilities for play.
Kidcast: Learn how to #bethekindkid with these three steps
Kids can learn empathy by listening to a story or reading a book and learning to verbalize how the character is feeling.
Kidcast explores the benefits of children’s theater
Seeing theater together as a family gets us away from individual experiences and gives us a shared adventure.
Looking for a pediatrician? These Kidcast tips will help you with that vital decision
It’s important to do your homework to find out what resources a practice provides.
Bullying at school requires discussion at home. Kidcast shows how to start the conversation.
Try to get the whole story and make sure you have an understanding of the incident. Ask questions, then listen.
Kidcast focuses on Halloween trick-or-treat safety
On Halloween night, the chance of a kid being hit by a vehicle doubles.
Skip the frustration and follow these Kidcast tips on proper car seat installation
You have to find the car seat that fits the child — and fits your car, too.
Do your kids worry about school safety drills? This Kidcast helps start the conversation.
We have to give our kids the opportunity to process their feelings and questions with their most trusted adult, their parent.
Kidcast: Top 5 products to babyproof your home
Kim Finkbeiner has babyproofed hundreds of Pittsburgh homes over the past 20 years.
Do parents hate homework as much as kids? Yes, but these Kidcast tips will help.
Some parents would consider homework the bane of their existence.
It’s not all fun and games! Play is an important part of a child’s development
“Play is really the most natural way that children learn.”
Kidcast checks up on personal parenting goals for 2019
Kristine Sorensen looks back on this year’s Kidcast series with advice from Pittsburgh parents.
Kidcast offers advice on domestic violence and recognizing red flags in relationships
Nicole Molinaro, president of the Women’s Center and Shelter of Greater Pittsburgh, points out the signs of an abusive relationship.
Stay-at-home moms returning to work find help through this Kidcast episode
Special classes through PA Women Work can help moms who need a little support returning to the workforce.
Calm and focus your kids by practicing mindfulness. Kidcast shows you how.
This popular technique helps kids improve their self-esteem and lower stress.