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While you’re changing diapers or transporting your kids to soccer practice, your childless friends are going to parties and traveling to exotic locales. No wonder it’s hard to relate. But maybe it’s not as hard to stay connected to our childless friends as we think …
It's worth the family day trip from Detroit! This learning center is packed with exhibits and events that excite and engage preschoolers to tweens and teens.
Spark your preschool child's natural love of science with some fun age-appropriate activities, fantastic books and even a recipe for elephant toothpaste!
If you're a parent, it can be hard to stay connected with your friends, whether they've got children or not. Here are some ways to remain close.
This interactive temporary exhibit combines lasers, movement and music at the Tree Town museum July 14-Aug. 24, 2014.
Kids get pop-up fun activities at this cool spot, including engineering and design challenges in building bridges, towers and more April 7-11 and 21-25, 2014.
There are many simple, everyday ways parents can bring math, English, social studies and more to life for children in grades K-12. Two DPS teachers offer ideas.
Whether it's during the April holiday or any time of year, bust out the books, get outside or pop in the kitchen. Here are fun ideas for parents and kids.
The former Detroit Science Center will reopen to the public under a new name in late December 2012 with new exhibit as feature attraction.