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June 2014

Five Chicagoland spots to fuel your child’s love of nature and the outdoors

5 great places to get your kids outside this summer.

15 practical tips from Chicago teachers to avoid summer learning loss

Summer can be a time for fun, but it also means kids often forget a lot of what they've learned in school. We've got 15 tips from teachers to head off summer brain drain.

For Chicago Dad parenting means learning how to fall off a horse

Being a dad can mean galloping outside your comfort zone.

Chicago mom gets to know her dad two decades after his death

Since becoming a mom, writer Robin Huiras has started to realize things about her dad that she'd never known before.

Docs advice on what to do when daddy time becomes scream fest

Stay calm and pick your moments when it comes to caring for baby.

Taylor Made Kids in Chicago keeps Friday date nights alive

Date night is still possible, even with kids around. Check out this Chicago restaurant for the perfect family evening.

Family and tradition key to raising son in Chicago

Raising a child Chicago-style for one dad means emphasizing family, tradition and respect.

Color me happy! Ideas to make the most of your summer in Chicago

Create a happy place for your family with these colorful tips.

Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry celebrates the anniversary of capturing the U-505 German submarine

Today marks the anniversary of the capture of the German U-boat on display at the Museum of Science and Industry. Take some time to visit this important piece of World War II.

Fishing’s easy for Chicago families at these four events

Fishing is the perfect activity for lazy summer days. Here are a few ways to get even the most novice families out fishing.
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Watch This, Do That: Hidden Figures

"It's good to know NASA hasn't given up on good, old-fashioned brain power."

8 Anti-Racism Videos to Watch with Your Kids

Add these YouTube videos to your playlist.