Last chance to see LEGO® exhibit!
Arizona families have just one more month to explore the “Build! Toy Brick Art at the Heard” exhibit at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, which features works of art crafted with LEGO® bricks and plenty of hands-on activities. A “Builder Play Date” with local master builder Christopher Piccirillo, who specializes in building towers, takes place […]
Storybook characters come to life
We’ve grown accustomed to seeing storybook characters come to life on televisions, movie screens and digital devices. But there’s something magical about seeing classic tales from children’s literature brought to life on stage, giving children a chance to see characters, costumes and sets up close. Seeing plays and musicals inspired by favorite stories can inspire […]
Sleep-deprived teens at risk for obesity
Could the lack of sleep from hefty high school schedules, late-night texting sessions or the lure of the latest video game lead to obesity? A study, published online in July in the Journal of Pediatrics, examined the effect of sleeplessness on obesity in teenagers over time. The study: Researchers from Columbia University and the University of North […]