Activities for Kids

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Beyond enhancing gross motor skills, yoga teaches children coping techniques to help them stay calm during life’s stressful moments, which can help manage stress and social anxiety. Yoga also improves executive functions in children’s brains like cognitive control, working memory, and cognitive flexibility.
Every summer VBS is a milestone, a stopping point for dozens of kids and families in North Texas. After receiving numerous requests for VBS info, we compiled this free guide to help parents choose the best -- and maybe two or three more -- VBS experiences for their kiddos.
Ready for spring break in DFW? We sure are, and our "2022 Guide to Spring Break Camps" will help you prepare some activities to help your kids stay entertained throughout the week.
We recently had my son’s 5th birthday party at Me and Horses in Weatherford and it was a blast!  I know it is a little drive from Fort Worth, but we had a great time and would highly recommend it.  Parties last...
One of our favorite Texas summer camps, Camp Olympia, follows a mission of helping kids not only to have fun, but also to grow in mind, body, and spirit. The directors and counselors know how important it is for children to safely experience the oasis of camping, to make connections with peers, and to be active in nature miles from home.
My oldest got roller skates for Christmas, and begs to go to the rink constantly. Here are four places I'm taking her to roller skate in Tarrant County.
Mom-prenuer Hanna Vanderstoel owns the Fort Worth favorite Van Grow: Art Studio for Kids. Picasso said, “All children are artists. The problem is to remain an artist once he grows up.” I think it’s important to know that art is more...

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