Take the pledge today! You can make small changes for a big impact on children’s healthy growth and development.
With music and dancing, crafts and games, stories and free books for kids (while supplies last), a day at Día is a chance to see the amazing variety of cultures in our community and to learn about someone different from you.
In our continuing series on kids’ health, Kansas Action for Children shares how child care providers and early educators can provide support and encouragement to breastfeeding families.
Kids and adults spend a lot of time looking at electronic screens, like smart phones, tablets and TVs, but for young children, screen time should be limited or avoided.
By making a few key changes related to food, drinks and activity, parents and educators can have a big impact on the health of Kansas kids.
Great Kansas stories you might not have read yet.
Reading this list feels like reliving my childhood. Check out some movies and share the nostalgia with your own kids or grandkids!
Meet real-life authors at Musical Storytime with Kyler on Saturday, December 12 at 10 am.
Children outgrow so many things, but reading aloud doesn’t have to be one of them.
With whimsical art and lyrical language, author and illustrator Lindsey Yankey’s modern-day fables draw in kids and adults alike. Don’t miss your chance to meet her at Great Writers, Right Here–December 12, 1-4 pm!
Fresh fall weather means more outdoor fun. Read on for stories about riding your bike.
Across this country, one in six adults struggles with low literacy, one in three with basic math, and one in ten speaks limited English. Evidence shows a mom’s reading ability is the single best predictor of her kids’ success in school—more than race, ethnicity, and family income.