The new Peekaboo Beans fall collection has arrived. It’s the perfect companion to embrace the dark side of winter, or you could dig into your old summer gear.
Here are some small life hacks you can take from summer to keep healthy year round.
Here are some great movies and the gear you’ll need to hold a backyard drive-in movie party to celebrate the end of summer with your kids.
Summer vacation is drawing to an end and it’s time to get sorted for the new year. Here’s how you can embrace the waning days without routine.
Do you teach your kids about stranger danger or stranger trust? My kid got lost this week and a stranger helped him. Because of course they did.
What’s it’s like to raft the Bow River with kids? Well you just take a deep breath and let them go. Life is better wet and dirty.
How are you keeping your kids occupied over the summer? When you’re a working family, there isn’t much choice – it’s day camps or bust.
Here”s a list of places to find summer camps for kids in Calgary. From learning to ride a bike to LEGO to movie making to engineering and mountaineering, it’s all here.
This hasn’t been the perfect summer vacation for my sons. They’ve been all over the city exploring different day camps, but after 7 weeks they just want to sleep in.
With offerings ranging from fishing to veterinary to overnight camping to golf to sports to LEGO play, the depth and breadth of summer camp optionss …
Pedalheads is the best way for kids to learn how to ride a bike. Their summer day camps in Calgary are supportive, positive, and encouraging for all kids. They will succeed.
When I make smores, everything cracks and falls apart and the chocolate never melts. This tortilla bowl smores recipe is the camping hack that solves it in one gooey mess.
I set a simple reading challenge for my kids: read a book, do a book report, get paid. It’s my simple way to stop summer slide this year.
Bricks 4 Kidz offers a variety of LEGO themed summer day camps in Calgary. My two sons went for a week and here’s what happened.
Drowning doesn’t look like drowning. You can watch your kids all you want this summer, but you’d best be watching for the right signs.
You can help your kids keep their school skills up all summer long by practicing these active learning techniques. From building LEGO to gardening, it’s practice that makes perfect.