Questions 4 Kids, Week of August 19

It’s Back to School season, so get your kid’s mind warmed up for the year ahead with these creative Questions 4 Kids! Wednesday’s question could be a great prompt for a conversation about their nighttime routine during the school year, which can be a big struggle for lots of families. Enjoy! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs:

How Real Moms Maintain Friendships After Having Kids

Keeping up with friends after you have a kid is tough, but maintaining those friendships is sooo worth it! Even just a quick chat can make you feel more calm and connected—but making time for friendships can be tough for busy parents. Seem unrealistic? It can definitely be done! For some inspiration, here’s how a few real moms I know …

How To Take Truly Great Pics of Your Child

After one too many pics of my boys where they were blurry, making a kooky face, or had turned their heads at the last second, I asked my friend Amy, a pro children’s photographer, for tips—and now I get awesome pics (almost) every time! 📸 Here are her tips for taking great photos of your child. Set the Scene If …

Questions 4 Kids, Week of August 12

It’s Monday, which means it’s time for some new creative Questions 4 Kids! This week, have your kids reflect on how they express their emotions, how they like to contribute to the household, and on the qualities that make them unique. Enjoy! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs:

Questions 4 Kids, Week of August 5

August is here, which means back to school season is ramping up! Get your kids’ brains back into critical thinking mode with these creative questions. You can even make them a little more challenging by using them as writing prompts for your older kiddos! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs:

Questions 4 Kids, Week of July 29

Summer starting to drag? Lots of parents struggle to keep their kids engaged and entertained during this time of year. Beat the summer slump with these new creative Questions 4 Kids! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs:

6 Simple Science Experiments For Kids

I bet you already have everything you need around the house to set up these six super cool (and EASY) science experiments in no time. Before each experiment, ask your child to predict what they think will happen—just like real scientists do!—then compare the results at the end. Try one of the six ideas below and let us know your …

Questions 4 Kids, Week of July 22

It’s hot out there! Keep your kids cool with this awesome indoor activity. Need to kill some more time? Have them draw or act out their answers! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs:

Questions 4 Kids, Week of July 15

Here are some brand new questions to ask your kids. This week, get them to use their imaginations to dream up delicious meals, talking plants, and a cool new school bus design! Have younger kids? Try this version of our Qs: