Expect to explore the work Jackson Pollock, an American artist known for his major role in the abstract expressionist movement and his unique style of drip painting. Children will enjoy art projects with Artist DIY, Creative Arts Center, KidArt and Sour Grapes, as well as a Bookmarks scavenger hunt, cookie decorating and walkSTEM tours. … Continue reading Summer: Dallas: ARTRocks for Family Fun at NorthPark Center
There are just six shows remaining of James and the Giant Peach at the Dallas Children's Theater. It's a great show to wrap up the end of the school year and enjoy a little fun with your Littles. The reviews are fabulous and folks are raving about "(artistic) lightning on stage" and an absolutely "magical … Continue reading Invitation: Kids: See James and the Giant Peach at the Dallas Children’s Theater
The National Videogame Museum and the Museum of the American Railroad have teamed up to offer a brand new summer camp for middle school children in North Texas. Called Games & Trains, the weekly camps provide children entering grades sixth through eighth with hands-on opportunities to explore the videogame and railroad industries. Camps take place … Continue reading FAMILY: Games and Trains Summer Camp Begin this Summer at the National Videogame Museum in Frisco, Texas
I adore classic fashion, especially for children. It hits the warm-cozy button in my mind. I love seeing them in pretty duds that are modern, traditionally styled, beautifully layered with ease for playing and living freely. One of my favorite brands is the 15 year old collection from Marie-Chantal. Think vintage fashion and stories of … Continue reading LABEL Crush: KIDS: Marie-Chantal
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Children’s Museum of Manhattan is teaching kids with hands-on political history. Its new exhibition features documents with authentic autographs from U.S. presidents. They’re covered in plastic glass, and some are hung low enough for children to touch. More: Best Family-Friendly Activities For Fall | Indoor Activities For Kids Highlights of the… … Continue reading Pint-Sized Politicians: Children’s Museum Of Manhattan Showcases Election History — CBS New York
Last week, I had a blast chatting with the morning crew at WFAA- Channel 8. We spent some early morning time with Richard A. Kent, via Skype, talking about Spring Break plans, and I learned about a fabulous mom-kid resource, Dallas Moms Blog. You can view the footage here!