Kids can explore our beautiful planet at The Nature Institute.Photo courtesy of The Nature Institute.
Earth Day is a great opportunity to spark a conversation with your child about caring for our planet, and with numerous parks, gardens and natural areas, there are plenty of fun ways to continue that conversation throughout the year. Plan an outing to these St. Louis destinations, which are sure to inspire a lifelong love of nature in your child.
Kids ages 1-9 can look for eggs and meet the Easter Bunny at the Easter Egg Scramble in Bluebird Park.Photo courtesy City of Ellisville.
Is spring really complete without an egg hunt? From charity hunts to parks and rec hunts and even Easter dog bone hunts for furry friends, read on for the latest egg-cellent news about where to fill your basket with fun.
The teenage years can be both daunting and exciting for parents and teens alike. The days of playdates and bounce houses, where mom and dad are often included, are replaced with “hanging” with friends without needing mom or dad around. Every now and then, take a break from geometry homework, driving lessons, ACT study prep and babysitting gigs and share a little quality time together. The St. Louis area offers plenty of fun destinations for parent-teen bonding:
Celebrate Easter Sunday with an Enrichment Eggstravaganza at the Saint Louis Zoo.Photo by Roger Brandt, courtesy Saint Louis Zoo.
Looking for something beyond chocolate bunnies and marshmallow chicks to help you celebrate this Easter? Here are a few best bets that are sure to put the hip back in your family's hippity-hop this spring.