17 April family events in Pittsburgh to kick off springtime
These April family events in Pittsburgh have something for every bunny.
12 summer camps perfect for Pittsburgh-area kids who love science and technology
These Pittsburgh summer camps are full of science and tech fun.
Snapology combines STEM learning with social skills — and it was founded by two local moms
Photo above courtesy of Snapology Parents know it can be hard to find extracurricular activities for kids outside of sports. That’s why one local mom decided to start her own […]
Parents’ Ultimate Guide to TikTok
Photo above by Solen Feyissa on Unsplash Is TikTok safe? How does it work? Can I do a duet with my kid? Recently the platform has come under heat for […]
From the Source: How news and technology are influencing young minds
Photo above courtesy of PublicSource At the Saturday Light Brigade Radio’s Youth Media Center on Pittsburgh’s Northside, teen journalists recently gathered to attend a workshop to explore news access, reliability, […]
10 weekend events, from a community day at the August Wilson African American Cultural Center to a little kid disco
Courtesy August Wilson African American Cultural Center. This weekend is packed with activities and events from end-to-end. There are several large free festivals for families, a music festival, a disco, […]
At Café Momentum, teens learn lessons in restauranteering — and life.
Photo above courtesy of Café Momentum. We’ve heard a lot about the uptick in violence among young people in the Pittsburgh region recently including shootings and fights in all kinds […]
Calling all creative teens! Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh is now accepting submissions for the Teen Media Awards
Photo above courtesy of Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. It’s time again for the annual Teen Media Awards through the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. For creative teens across the metro region, […]
This local mom saved her son from choking with this tool. Now she’s helping other families to be prepared.
Photo above courtesy of the Weir family. One child dies every 5 days from choking, but a device called LifeVac has saved 700 people who were choking and likely would […]
New encouragement cards are here from Fred Rogers Productions and The Mentoring Partnership
Image above courtesy of Fred Rogers Productions and The Mentoring Partnership The legacy of Fred Rogers has transformed the entire city of Pittsburgh for generations — especially for its youngest […]
14 family-friendly restaurants perfect for tiny Yinzers
Kidsburgh has you covered with recommendations for kid-friendly Pittsburgh restaurants.
A new law changes high school graduation requirements in PA. How will it impact students?
PA graduation requirements have changed. How does it impact teens?
Daniel Tiger’s new digital game helps prep kids for a positive experience at the dentist
“Daniel Tiger: At the Dentist” is a new free game that can help kids feel comfortable at the dentist.
Kidsburgh’s 2023 big guide to summer camps in Pittsburgh and the region
We’re excited to bring you this year’s guide to more than 40 summer camps in Pittsburgh and beyond!
Lock the phone in a pouch? Students, staff debate one school’s bid to curb distractions
What do you think of this solution to the problem of phones at school?
Kidsburgh is now available in multiple languages! Here are the details.
Kidsburgh can now be read in 11 languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Pashto and more.
P3R’s new scholarship recognizes outstanding high school seniors who inspire others to move: Here’s how to apply
P3R’s new scholarships honor kids who show leadership and service to others through sports and beyond.
Caregiving for elderly relatives isn’t easy. This advice can help parents and kids make the most of the experience.
Connecting with grandparents can be a powerful part of family caregiving.
Brown Mamas founder Muffy Mendoza launches the State of Black Motherhood Talks
The State of Black Motherhood Talks will run each Monday through the end of January.
Playful Pittsburgh wants to hear from you (and they’re giving away gift cards!)
Playful Pittsburgh’s survey is open through Feb. 1.