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Is getting active one of your intentions in 2018? Do it with Parkour! Parkour was inspired by military obstacle course training. Using speed and efficiency, participants move by combining running, jumping, vaulting, rolling, climbing and martial arts. Parkour also encourages functional skills like spatial awareness and precision. At the end of a session, what you…

Helping your child develop literacy skills is not just about sitting down with a good book each evening before bed. Anyone who has a young child knows that getting your child to read is not always easy. However, there are a number of ways that you can encourage young readers with fun activities that will keep them interested and entertained.

Even before the walking starts – life with a baby is BUSY! Just getting out the door is a win and getting to pre-determined places on time: gold star, please. On top of the regular crazy, baby’s feeding and napping needs seem to be the ruler of all supposed schedules. If nap schedules or non-schedules…

When I buy a gift for someone I like to make it unique. For birthdays, baby showers, bar mitzvahs, or for no reason at all, drop by one of these toy stores for a one-of-a-kind gift.

Wooden toys by Tender Leaf

In a world dominated by plastic toys and over-stimulating techno gadgets, it’s refreshing to know that there are companies that care enough to create beautiful, lasting wooden toys so kids can explore, learn and play in a peaceful environment. Tender Leaf Toys is one such toy-maker. This UK company reflects the values we want in…