Back to School Issue

It’s here and we’re in the thick of it. Check out our most recent issue here for some great ideas on Fall Activities, when to investigate into dental issues and more.

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Reclaim Your House After Kids Go Back To School

It’s the most wonderful time of the year — time to send the kids back to school and reclaim your household!  After a summer of camps and goofing around inside, your house may need a little tough love to get back into shape for the fall. Research shows that the average North American home has…

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Aggressive driving in school zones is putting kids in danger!

New school zone survey shows more parents driving aggressively in school zones – honking, swearing and stressing out— is putting kids in danger BCAA asks parents to make a ‘new school year’ resolution to improve driving habits  Burnaby, BC, September 5, 2017 – BCAA’s second annual School Zone Safety survey shows that driving in school zones…

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Summer Issue

In this issue, we’ve tried to pull together some resources to make your Summer experiences a little smoother. You’ll find our extensive camp guide, tips on how to entertain, tips on how to keep your young learners learning, and ways to make a holiday more achievable on a tight budget.

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Family Resource Guide

Looking for places to go, people to see, party places? Be sure to check out our comprehensive guide to Family Fun, Birthday Parties, Home, Education, Classes and Programs, Summer Camps and Family Health! All the contacts a BC parent needs to know for 2017. Read the issue here!

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10 Classic Games or Toys for Kids

The Top 10 Classic Games or Toys that Kids Today Should be Playing With Revised for 2017 In 2012, What To Do With The Kids® asked parents to submit their list of the top classic games or toys they felt that kid’s today should be playing with but this time we decided to ask toy…

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3 Ways to Ease the Pain of High-Tech Parenting

Last week, my teenager spilled a milkshake on his MacBook Air and I’m convinced it was on purpose. You see, he’s been lobbying for a PC because my current ability to satellite parent requires the household to be on Apple, lest I will have to come up with different parental controls. Parenting has always been…