Get Your Grill On: Delicious Kid-Approved Burgers

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There’s probably no food more American than the humble hamburger. In honor of the upcoming Fourth-of-July-weekend barbecue bonanza, we thought we’d share one of our favorite burger recipes: flavorful and juicy, it’s kid-tested and gets two thumbs way up. Our patties aren’t for purists, who typically want a burger that’s nothing more than lightly-seasoned-at-the-very-last-minute meat.

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Mini Master Class: Potato-Stamp Art Inspired by Japanese Woodblock Prints

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This month, KinderCare Pre-Kers are studying Utagawa Hiroshige’s 19th-century woodblock print The Sea at Satta in Suruga Province—and then using potato stamps to create their own beautiful prints. Hiroshige’s woodblock print masterpiece captures the beauty and power of the ocean and is an incredible example of what we can create when we work together, his

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Yoga You-Time: 8 Great Apps for a Busy Life

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Many of us busy moms (and yes, dads, too) would love to have a daily yoga practice, but matching up a yoga-studio schedule with the modern family’s busy calendar is, well, nearly impossible. The solution is in the palm of your hand—yep, it’s your phone. Hundreds of yoga apps and free videos are available to

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The Destroyer: 8 Positive Strategies to Channel Big Feelings in a Better Way

"That's your sister's special picture!" Got a ripper? Teach him a better way to express his feelings.

Has this ever happened to you? You tell your sweet, reasonably well-behaved kiddo that it’s bedtime—but instead of taking your hand and heading up the stairs, he responds by tossing his little chair across the room. Boom! He’s been transformed into a stomping, swiping, throwing little destruct-asaur right before your eyes. The impulse to break,

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