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A Parent’s Guide to Pokemon Go

The Pokémon Go craze has officially hit both Canada and the US by now and EVERYONE is buzzing about it. Kids are asking their parents everywhere to venture outside with a device to catch a Pikachu or to go to a Pokéstop to grab more Pokéballs. But hold up — what does all of this mean!? If you’re not totally up to…

How To Create A Rainy Day Bin

We’ve all had those moments, where it’s gloomy and raining outside and as much as we’d love to ship the little ones outside for some fresh air, we can’t.  The only noise in our houses are the ones coming from our children’s mouths saying “I’m bored!” over and over and we feel that at any minute our heads are going…

Happy Kids: 10 Benefits of Raising Active Kids

The Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines recommend that Canadian kids between 5 and 17 years of age get at least 60 minutes of moderate- to vigorous-intensity physical activity each day.  Only 5% of 5- to 17-year olds are meeting these recommendations.1 This is surprising to me as kids are naturally active. Remember when your toddler first learned to walk? They didn’t stop, into everything and always on the move.  We…

March Break on Budget

March Break on Budget By Toronto4Kids.com Yes, you can enjoy a fun spring break without breaking the bank or having to do any extensive planning. Here are a few ideas that are both low-cost and low-effort. Be creative and think of more fun and memorable Spring Break ideas that don’t cost a fortune! A few suggestions to get you rolling……

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