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In the US, kids get to school on a yellow bus or in their parents' car. That isn't the case in other parts of the world.
Play dead if a bear starts nosing around. Use moss on trees to find "north." Heard these tips? Careful —they're not always true.
Young people today are having fewer babies than older generations because kids are just too expensive
Kids are so expensive that Americans are having fewer of them than ever before. According to a survey commissioned by The New York Times, many people are worried about the cost of starting a family.
We ranked all 20 Pixar movies, including its most recent release, "Incredibles 2," by their net profit to determine which film has been the most financially successful over time.
A Silicon Valley VC firm just invested $10.5 million in an app that helps companies like Slack and Reddit make working parents’ lives easier
Parenting app Cleo just received a $10.5 million investment from Greylock Partners. The app is helping employees at companies like Slack and Reddit with the transition to parenting.
Family and parenting look a lot different outside the US. An NPR article highlights multiple ways in which Americans are making childrearing more difficult for themselves.
A baby in the UK reportedly said ‘Alexa’ as his first word, and it reveals a raging debate over how children use tech
A baby in the UK reportedly said "Alexa" before "mama" or "dada," and it's a sign of how voice assistants are changing the fabric of society and becoming more ingrained in children's lives.
A private-jet company is offering ‘Alice in Wonderland’ tea parties at 45,000 feet for ultrarich kids
VistaJet is offering high-flying kids numerous bespoke, in-flight experiences. The packages start at $4,000 (£3,000) — not including the $12,000-an-hour rate for renting the jet itself.
Parenthood has its ups and downs, especially the first time around. Though every parent strives to be the best they can, there are times when we look back and think, “I should’ve done that differently.” Here are the 4 biggest mistakes that I made before my kid turned 5.
Games are more than an enjoyable pastime — some can actually make kids smarter. Unstructured play, art, and even bath time can help kids strategize, experiment, and explore their creative potential. Here are six games that could boost your kids' creativity and intelligence.