Art Kids Returns This Summer With An Art Studio Pop-Up, Family Tours And More. Starting June 24–August 28, 2022

On Friday, June 24, the museum kicks off the summerlong Art Kids, a lively series of family programs offering unique hands-on art activities in the comfortable, playful, air-conditioned, and imaginative setting of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. With activities in the Art Kids Studio, pop-up tours throughout the day, quiet mornings for sensory-friendly activities, and collaborative art making on Friday Nights, this summer season at the … Continue reading Art Kids Returns This Summer With An Art Studio Pop-Up, Family Tours And More. Starting June 24–August 28, 2022

Jooki High Quality Speaker For Kids Review

By Rachael Y Jooki is the only high-quality speaker that gives kids safe, screen-free access to streaming audio content. In just a few clicks, grown-ups can associate a Spotify playlist with a Jooki figurine. Then the child just places the figurine on the speaker to access that playlist. Jooki has become an every day part of my children’s lives. Its wifi capabilities has allowed my … Continue reading Jooki High Quality Speaker For Kids Review

Apple Teams Up With Boys & Girls Clubs Of America To Bring New Coding Opportunities To Young Learners Across The Country

In celebration of Computer Science Education, Apple and Boys & Girls Clubs of America today launched a new program that will bring coding to Boys & Girls Clubs in more than a dozen US cities. This new collaboration will bring coding with Swift to tens of thousands of students across the country, building on Apple’s existing partnership with Boys & Girls Clubs of America through … Continue reading Apple Teams Up With Boys & Girls Clubs Of America To Bring New Coding Opportunities To Young Learners Across The Country

“Adventure Boyz” Is About Surfing The Real World More Than The Virtual One

By Sanyukta Thakare “Adventure Boyz” will take you on an innocent bike ride down the familiar path, reminding you of the happy old days. But ex motorcycle speedway champ Mike Harris, does not have the same carefree experience in the story. We meet Mike who has given all his life to his passion and hopes his kids will do the same, but when he finds … Continue reading “Adventure Boyz” Is About Surfing The Real World More Than The Virtual One

Parental Path Programming

By Stephan Pisko Parents’ should never ever force their children with ‘parental path programming’ as this stifles any form of intellectual input don’t instigate any such ‘bias brigade’ as this will have a negative harming effect just because the child is considering dropping the sciences’ for the arts’ don’t be alarmed to the conditioning response that the child may be a failure while the thought … Continue reading Parental Path Programming