Dig in (literally)! Gardening is the perfect opportunity to connect with your kids and nature, and experience some teachable fun.
Why is this gorgeous baby girl smiling from ear to ear? She is happy because March 3rd is Hina Matsuri (Girls’Day) in Japan! (Special thanks to Kunie Hiyamizu for this photo via Flickr.) READ MORE
Like tourists in our own city, we put on our brightest red shirts (it’s considered lucky) and trekked to Seattle’s Chinatown/International District to join in the Lunar New Year Celebration. READ MORE
China’s most important and longest festival, Chinese New Year marks the end of winter and welcomes spring with 15 days of festivities. READ MORE
Kids love science experiments and it’s a great way to nurture their curiosity. Whether it’s slowing down to admire ice crystals on sparkling winter leaves or watching an airplane leave contrails across the sky, I never want my young scientists to lose their sense of awe and wonder. READ MORE
From blowing fluffy dandelion seeds in Ireland to wishing on a fallen eyelash in Mexico, cultures worldwide project their hopes and dreams into the universe with unique and wonderful wishing traditions.