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Jama'l Chukueke on what inspired Diversity Dad
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UW research study looks behind the worldwide phenomenon
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Sesame Workshop talks about the classic show's new puppet
A Q&A with a research biologist and the host of 'Finding Bigfoot'
"Strong Is the New Pretty" captures confidence on camera
A new survey asked children 10 to 18 what they make of news
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The University of Washington shares new research on the importance of play
Paul Allen’s computer collection becomes a 'petting zoo' for geeks that's fun for all
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Digital citizenship expert Devorah Heitner shares how to raise digital natives
Navigating college admissions in the age of social media
A gaming group that feels like play, not work
Seattle's Margaret Chiavetta on why we need more fictional characters with special needs
Introduce these apps, games and websites to inspire and teach
Here's why the documentary 'The Mask You Live In' is critical for parents, tweens and teens
The annual gaming event in Seattle put virtual reality front and center
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Bird tracking, squirrel monitoring and more
4 books that will help when your child fights drop-off
50 cool kids make their on-screen debut
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Break out of the (DVD) box with these creative suggestions
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Terrified by the thought of your kid going for a spin? Tech to the rescue
These characters make the leap from page to screen this year and will help your children love literature
Author Nancy Jo Sales discusses her new book, 'American Girls'
Should you worry about board book Bard and graphic novel Dickens? The experts weigh in.
How to improve your baby's intellectual, linguistic and emotional growth through music
Virtual camps promise an experience that’s affordable, educational and social
Enjoy this documentary about screen time and families
Add education and cultural competency to your family movie night
9 family-friendly movies about food
Try giving your teen one of these books
Seattle parenting lecture on internet safety for kids
From 'Guardians of the Galaxy' to a silent-movie-era film, the best space-adventure movies for families
"It is vital we read books that are tribally specific, include Native sovereignty and depict Native peoples as diverse people of today."
Want to teach kids about empathy without preaching? Add these gems to your movie-night list
From 'Charlotte's Web' to 'Fantastic Mr. Fox'
What you need to know about kids and the digital world, from risks and realities to guidelines by age and stage
Pixar's standout new film dives into the mind of an 11-year-old girl, and her feelings
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When should you start the conversation? How do you approach it? Helpful advice for talking about rape to girls and boys, from risk awareness to consent, with tips from sexual education expert Amy Lang
Exploring science, math, engineering and technology doesn’t have to be put on hold this summer!
The best iPhone, iPad and Android science apps for all ages
Top 10 Summer Camp Movies for Kids and Families
Library and bookstore programs to spark the reading fire in everyone
Help your kids learn about democracy, civil rights, the Constitution
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Get your children ready for the 2016 presidential election with these conversation starters and books for different ages