Mother’s Day is this Sunday and we all know brunches, spa days and many of the usual traditions and gifts are not going to...
As we get deeper into quarantine, people have gotten creative with birthday celebrations. One result: the drive-by birthday party.
The pandemic has brought tough choices for parents. Will we send our kids to summer camp? Keep them home? Our poll show the exent of the indecision.
To connect with neighbors at a time of social distancing, the Olson family of north Phoenix built a Kind Cart, a moveable neighborhood painting experience like the one they have always enjoyed at the Children's Museum of Phoenix.
The newest member of our family needed a microchip and his next round of shots. In the era of COVID-19, how do you take the family pet to the vet?
Children and masks, pediatric telemedicine, and scheduling wellness checks during a pandemic. We talked with board-certified pediatrician Jason Vargas, MD, of Cactus Children's Clinic in Glendale.
From "The Lorax" by Dr. Suess in the 1970s to the creative and insightful environment-themed books of today, Earth Day books continue the celebration of our planet all year round.
Creating a worm composting bin has all sorts of learning benefits for kids. And some exposure to dirt may actually be good for immune system development.
Children and teens are responding to this unprecedented crisis very differently — from acting out to shutting down to going with the flow.
The Autism Academy is working to devise the best possible strategies to deliver online instruction to students on various ends of the autism spectrum.
April 22nd is Earth Day. This year we'll have to celebrate with online resources, activities and events to explore our planet.
Welcome to Pandemic Parenting Town Hall. All this week, Raising Arizona Kids will be addressing your questions and concerns impacting your family and providing...
April 19-25 is National Library Week, when libraries across the Valley would usually be hosting all sorts on on-site celebrations. This year is different.