Most little kids are not very good at hide and seek. They either hide in the same place time and time again, or their giggling gives them away before the finder has had time to count to ten.
Summer holidays are a child's idea of bliss. With long, hot, unscheduled days as far ahead as they can see, the options for fun are endless.
Here are some tips for getting the kids outside (without hearing too much complaining about being out there).
When one mother found herself in need of a way to teach her children the periodic table, she came up with the best invention of all - turning that task into a game.
Who doesn't love a groan-worthy dad joke?
You don't post things like that without expecting some sort of reaction. Think it's quite amusing how quickly media outlets have run with it despite not knowing what's behind it"
A British man enlisted the help of a 17-year-old filmmaker to create an unforgettable – or should we say awesome – Lego marriage proposal.
One lucky birthday boy is the proud owner of a giant Connect Four board, thanks to his clever dad.
Puzzles are addictive and establishing this relaxing pastime with your child can be incredibly rewarding and beneficial to your relationship.
Injuries sustained in indoor trampoline parks are an "emerging public health concern" finds new Australian research into trampolining injuries seen at Sydney Children's Hospital over a six-month period.
While there are some similarities, there is a critical difference that gives Geocaching the edge.