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Who makes the stars? 'The Man Made of Stars' highlights the mystical magic of the night sky

Seattle author M.H. Clark and illustrator Lisa Evans capture the magic of nighttime.

Teacher Tom gives kids a healthy dose of outdoor play

To this Woodland Park Cooperative School teacher, play, particularly outdoor, unstructured play, is a fundamentally important part of education.

A desire to give back launches a popular Seattle science, art and tech program for underserved kids

STEM Paths Innovation Network, or SPIN, hopes to create a more equitable playing field in the digital realm for low-income kids and kids of color.

What Happens When Your Child is the Oldest or Youngest in Their Kindergarten Class?

To start kindergarten in Washington, a child must turn 5 by midnight of August 31st of that year – or at least that’s how it used to be.

Are babies a cure for bullying? This new program in Seattle schools thinks it's possible

A recently imported program from Canada is tapping babies’ power to teach empathy and curb bullying in kids in 85 schools in the greater Seattle area.

The importance of being bored: How boredom inspires creativity and healthy habits

Boredom is positive emptiness.

The twerk stops here

Seattle kids respectfully disagree in debate classes with local program DebateAble

Fourth- and fifth-graders might have something to teach adults about how to handle differing opinions.

Free entry to museums across Seattle on Museum Day Live

No need for admission fare: just print out your ticket and go!

Seattle nonprofit Hunger Intervention Program is helping low-income kids in need access nutritious food

In Washington state, one in four children live in low-income households that don’t have enough food to nourish their families. Hunger Intervention Program's Healthy HIP Packs initiative hopes to change that.

Kid culinary maven Amber Kelley is whipping up kid-pleasing dishes with a healthy twist

Amber Kelley wants to convince your kid to eat cauliflower.

Seattle's Pure Food Kids foundation turns local students into food detectives

Navigating today’s industrial food system requires some CSI-like smarts if kids want to outwit savvy marketers and decode mysterious food labels.

No clowning around: Seattle nonprofit brings music, art and magic to Children's Hospital patients

Professional clowns making hospital rounds? It’s no joke.

Seattle artist Sarah Hartsig creates a gentle watercolor world in 'A Party for Pepper'

Sarah Hartsig wrote, illustrated, and self-published this first book, an introduction to the lovable creatures of the imagined Hazelwood Forest.

Capes and masks from Seattle's World of Whimm for your budding superhero

World of Whimm's superhero costumes are popping up at Pacific Place's Handmade Showroom.
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