8 things to do this week with kids (at home) in Pittsburgh, from spin art to hockey drills

Discover your inner rebel, jump into STEM or make time for music.

These 4 Pittsburgh writing contests give kids a creative outlet at home

These four spring writing contests will keep literacy skills sharp for kids from kindergarten through high school.

These Pittsburgh kids bring fresh perspectives on solutions to violence

Many of the participants shared first-hand experiences of the loss of a loved one or the fear they carry with them.

5 things to do (at home) with kids this week in Pittsburgh

Just because we’re under a stay-at-home order doesn’t mean kids can’t explore exciting new activities.

7 things to do with kids in Pittsburgh this week (when everything is canceled)

We found some local hands-on activities and online events to keep your kids’ minds occupied, so you don’t lose yours.

Common Sense Media: 10 reasons you should read aloud to big kids, too

Even after kids can read on their own, they benefit from being read to.

The best 2020 kids summer camps in Pittsburgh

With the hundreds of summer camps available in Pittsburgh, the possibilities are endless. We rounded up some of the best.

Pittsburgh Readiness Institute will prep high school kids for future careers

The institute will focus on making kids future-ready for productive lives after high school.

A Kidsburgh exclusive: First chance at EQT Children’s Theater Festival tickets

Use our secret code to get early access to the EQT Children’s Theater Festival featured shows.

All the winter events you need to keep Pittsburgh kids busy throughout the season

Some think of winter as a time to hibernate under a fuzzy comforter. We offer a big, wonderful list of things to do with kids this winter!

My Favorite Pittsburgh Thing To Do With Kids: Former Steeler Arthur Moats

“It’s important that we put an emphasis on family time so that we can all stay connected and maximize the time we have together.“

Sharpen your pencils and gather your markers! It’s time for PBS KIDS Writers Contest

Over the past 11 years, the contest has received more than 12,000 story entries.

Kidcast: Pittsburgh’s evolving libraries are finding new ways to serve families

Parents benefit as much as kids with free, entertaining programming.

Don’t miss December’s top 13 family events in Pittsburgh

Whether you’re looking for a holly jolly good time or an escape from the yuletide madness, this list is for you!

Kidsburgh Hero: Michele Knoll helps kids find their ‘right book’

For many kids, owning their own books isn’t possible. Yet, it’s a critical step in shaping their future academic success.

Sponsored Content From our sponsor: Grace Lin, popular children’s book author, to appear in Words & Pictures series

Words & Pictures presents acclaimed children’s authors and illustrators to readers of all ages.

We’re All Neighbors doll collection now reflects the diversity of Whitehall Library’s community

She watched the community become a melting pot of different ethnicities and wanted the dolls to reflect that growth.

My Favorite Pittsburgh Thing To Do With Kids: Christin Thorpe of Ozzie & Me Foundation

“Family time allows us to learn about each other, the world, and establish our family values.”

Top 12 family-friendly RADical Days events (did we mention free?)

Get ready to play, be entertained and learn some cool new skills.

Learn how to instill your kids with a love of reading in this Kidcast episode

Now that school has started, it’s time to dive into books. We talk to an expert on how to help instill a love of reading your children

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