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8 Lighthearted Tips For Surviving Quarantine

Rules and regulations for surviving indoor play. Because you're going to need it.

An Adventure in Fatherhood in Quarantine

It's an adventure in fatherhood in quarantine. Read on for how one dad is using the time at home with his kids to teach life skills.

50+ Mother’s Day Gifts To Order Online

Whether you’re shopping for your mom, or dropping hints for your own gifts, our guide should inspire some great ideas!

How This Pandemic Can Help to Shape A Generation of Innovators

In this unprecedented, difficult time, we're all glued to the news and the numbers, as well as concerned for how our children are handling...well, everything. STEM education expert Jennifer Flanagan shares her thoughts on how the pandemic could actually foster innovation in our kids.

What’s on Netflix Canada this May

Netflix Canada is really coming through with A+ content for the whole crew. There's classic family movies (Back to the Future!!), fun new series and some picks mom and dad will want to tuck into once the kids ~finally~ fall asleep (Dead to Me Season 2!!!!!). Here's our highlight reel.

7 easy ways to nurture your child’s creativity (even if you’re not crafty)

You don't have to be a crafty parent to encourage your kids to be artistic. We asked an art therapist for easy ways to be creative at home.

Three-Minute Meditation: Practicing Gratitude

This gratitude practice allows the brain to find the positive and gives us the edge we need to live happier, more peaceful lives. It has been shown to increase our dopamine (motivation), serotonin (happy) and oxytocin (love) hormones.

15 fun and practical ways to be an environmental family

It's not always easy being green, here are 15 fun and useful ways to teach your kids about caring for the environment—at every age.

Pipe cleaner pencil toppers

Proven fact: school work is more fun when there's a fuzzy, twisty, googly-eyed monster sitting proudly atop your pencil. Gather your supplies, it's time for arts and crafts. 

Parents, Let Yourselves Off the Hook for Screen Time

It's easy to worry about how much time your kiddo spends in front of the television, tablet or computer during physical distancing. One expert tells us why you shouldn't overthink it.

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