Use these fun family activities to educate kids about the enviornment and to raise a green family.
PBS Kids' beloved Arthur cartoon will spend Earth week teaching kids to go green.
Cuddle up with your favorite snuggle bunny and one of these great green reads to celebrate Earth Day with your family.
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Research finds that recipients of kindness are more likely to spread kindness themselves.
If you want to get a true taste for the history of the game or you feel nostalgic for the days before multimillion-dollar contracts and steroid scandals, you'll enjoy a virtual visit to these 10 historic baseball stadiums.
Don't wait for April 22! Here is a month-long list of eco-awesome activities you can do to celebrate the planet every day.
From the David Hasselhoff photobomb to Domino's new edible pizza box, these April Fool's pranks are making making their rounds on the web.
Climbing the social ladder can actually put middle- and high-school students at greater risk for bullying.
Girls on the Run teaches girls how to run, but more importantly it teaches them how to be true to themselves.
Does your kid have a wiggler? Check out these creative ideas other parents have used to pull out those loose teeth.
Turning a childhood obsession into a successful nonprofit, Ellie Laks provides the ultimate nurturing environment at the Gentle Barn.
Kamryn Renfro of Grand Junction, Colo., gave her teachers a lesson in friendship with her decision to support her BFF.
NonPareil Institute offers young adults with autism a place to learn, develop, and most importantly - make money.
Determined to do even better, 12-year-old Katie Francis has since upped her personal sales goal to 20,000 boxes by the end of March.
With their regular schedule and summers off, you might think that teachers have it made. Time to think again.
If you're even the slightest bit down, these wonderful speeches from the contagiously happy Kid President will make you smile, and perhaps even tear up a bit with joy.
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