Going trick-or-treating with the kids this Halloween? Elizabeth Bailey RN and Dr. Rebecca Bailey’s have some helpful tips for ensuring a safe and fun night out in the neighborhood.
Most caregivers know that an hour nap means a happier child, but a new study shows another benefit.
As the nation and world celebrated the memory of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have a Dream” speech, his two sons and daughter were caught up in their latest fight over control of their father’s legacy.
Whether your family wants fun in the sun or to beat the heat altogether, there are plenty of family activities to enjoy in Atlanta before school is back in session. If your goal is to learn, engage in an outdoor activity or simply have a great time with your loved ones, there is something for everyone with five fun, budget-friendly playtime options to explore before school starts.
When back-to-school time rolls around after three months of unstructured summer days, it can be stressful for parents and kids alike.
Playdates are as essential to summer as sunscreen and swimming. A scheduled play date lets kids go about the business of being kids without the structured schedules of sports and planned activities. In Atlanta, there are plenty of spots to hold a play date, but the best spots for summer playdates beat them all for all-day fun every day.
Just as certain as the sun rises every morning, Atlanta gets excruciatingly hot every summer. When the heat and humidity rise, families in the know head out to one of Atlanta’s favorite attractions to cool down on a scorching summer day. The top five spots to spend a hot and sunny summer day with your family in Atlanta promise the perfect solution to steamy summers in Atlanta.
From splashing around in Lake Lanier’s water park and Centennial Olympic Park’s fountains to attending an old-fashioned small town celebration, there’s something for everyone this 4th of July. Atlanta celebrates the 4th of July every year in a big way. In fact, Atlanta has some of the very best fireworks displays in the Southeast. Wherever you choose to celebrate the day, be sure to get there early to find a parking place and a good viewing spot to set up your blanket or chairs. In addition, plan on spending some time in traffic once the fireworks are over. It’s all worth it at the best places to watch 4th of July fireworks in Atlanta.
It’s a proven fact that developing a child’s interest in art can be beneficial, so jump start your child’s imagination with Atlanta’s top arts and crafts classes and activities for kids.
Check out a great study done by Anderson Cooper that showed race through a Childs Eyes.