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.
Kidsburgh’s 2022 Pittsburgh Playgrounds and Parks survey: Tell us about your favorites
tell us what you look for when you’re seeking a playground or park, and tell us about the good ones you’ve found.
How families can use Kids of STEEL and inspiration from the Pittsburgh Marathon to be healthy and have fun
Kids of STEEL gets thousands of families excited about running for health and for fun.
Free ‘Wonder With Us’ events invite kids and parents to talk with superstar artists about creating and caring
During these free “Wonder With Us” events, you and your kids can meet incredible creatives.
Squirrel Hill-based MomsWork offers free support for Pittsburgh’s working mothers
The Center for Women has rebranded as MomsWork and has shifted its focus to supporting working mothers.
Don’t miss these 8 sensory-friendly programs for kids in Pittsburgh
With April designated as Autism Awareness Month, we applaud these groups who welcome all with special programming.
4 great lessons everyone can learn (yes, even grownups!) from the PBS KIDS show “Elinor Wonders Why”
“Elinor Wonders Why” teaches viewers about science — and about the importance of asking questions.
Guest Editor Cooper Munroe on building your community of mothers — and which Pittsburgh women can help you do it
Cooper Munroe’s kids are now grown, but her work remains focused on helping mothers navigate the challenge of daily life with little ones.
10-year-old writer flips peer pressure to girl power in her book, ‘The Football Girl’
Check out “The Football Girl,” a new book by elementary schooler Malajsha Mollett.
Mentoring Partnership creates ‘encouragement cards’ for kids with Fred Rogers Productions’ famous characters
These colorful encouragement cards remind the kids that you’re thinking about them and rooting for them.
Four resources for talking with kids about the war in Ukraine and other difficult topics
For parents, talking with kids about the war in Ukraine can be difficult. These resources can help.
Skiing and snowboarding for kids with special needs: Check out these destinations in our region
Check out these programs for skiing with special needs in the western Pennsylvania region.
Random Acts of Kindness Day is here! Whose life can you uplift today?
The idea behind Random Acts of Kindness Day is simple but powerful, and so are the ways you can make someone’s day better.
A local play therapist’s must-have toys for helping kids express emotions
Curious about helping kids express emotions? This guide to play therapy toys can help.
Guest Editors: Sharing love can be a year-round activity
It’s Valentine’s Day. But what if you could start sharing the love year-round?
It’s here! Our 2022 guide to summer camps around Pittsburgh
Looking for great summer camps around Pittsburgh? Check out our detailed guide.
Parents as Allies webinar (available on YouTube) shares data that can change how you interact with your child’s school
Missed the recent Parents as Allies webinar? Catch the video right here.
A parent’s guide to watching the Olympics with kids — and learning along the way
watching the Olympics with kids
Parents as Allies: Designing for family engagement, globally and locally
“Without the parents on this team, we wouldn’t be able to truly make a difference in what parent engagement will look like.”
Eye to Eye pairs middle schoolers with college-age mentors who have similar learning disabilities
“You can be successful, and you can succeed, even having a learning difference or learning disability.”