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The Pittsburgh Zoo and PPG Aquarium is celebrating Aquafest this weekend, where visitors, ages 10 and older, can try out scuba diving in a traveling training pool.
If you’re looking for something fun, and free, to do with your kids this summer, try fishing on the North Shore.
Fresh produce is coming in from farms all around our region right now, but some local high school students are learning to farm year round, no matter what the weather.
School’s out, and that means kids are playing outside a lot more, but one local school is taking a unique approach to educating outside. They built a treehouse classroom — one of only a few like it in the country.
This week, children’s advocates kicked off their campaign to get 40,000 signatures by Aug. 9 in order to get a referendum on the ballot.
One in 59 kids is on the autism spectrum, a number that’s increased tenfold in the last 40 years. This has led to a need for schools to teach autistic children, especially those who are high-functioning.
School is letting out for kids everywhere, and while summer vacation is fun, summer learning loss is a real problem.
The Three Rivers Arts Festival is a perfect place to introduce children to art, and there’s some great ways to make your trip family-friendly.
A local teenager is working to improve the lives of underprivileged children by teaching them chess.
If you’ve been spring cleaning and now have a pile of stuff to get rid of, a yard sale is not always your best bet. You’ll get more money if you target what you sell to the customers who want it.
A local program called Nurture PA is helping moms when they need support.
Did you ever think about the way high school is taught? It hasn’t changed in a century, while so much is changing all around us.
Most kids have played with marbles but not actually played the game of marbles.
Some local schools are teaching kids about money by helping them open their own savings accounts and encouraging them to save a little every week.
Now’s the time to figure out what kids can do this summer to keep their minds active and to keep them out of trouble, and there’s a comprehensive website and job fairs that will help.