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Read Across America Book List for Curious Kids

NEA’s Read Across America Day is an annual celebration held every year on March 2nd - the birthday of Dr. Seuss! The aim of the program is to get children in every community to celebrate reading…

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Top tips for getting children active

January is here and we’re all looking to get back to doing some regular exercise! We know it can be a little bit trickier to get little ones into an active routine. To help you out, we’ve put together a list of ideas for getting kids up off the…

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Listen Up! 15 Clever Games for Building Early Listening Skills

There's an old saying that goes "little pitchers have big ears," which means that we should be careful what we say around young children since they're always listening. However, sometimes it can feel like they aren't listening at all, or even…

Memory games for kids

Memory games for kids

When kids get to school age, having a good memory will really make a difference to their learning. Here are some of our favorite memory games you can play wherever you are.

Our favorite 4 memory games for children:

1. What's…

Thanksgiving crafts for kids

Thanksgiving crafts to make with your kids

Thanksgiving is just around the corner now. But it’s not too late to get the kids involved in some of the festivities! Whether it’s helping with the table decorations or sending something special to loved ones, here are some craft ideas for kids…

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How do kids learn colors and how can you help them learn?

Monday was National Color Day so we’re looking at how kids learn their colors and what you can do to help.


Why learning colors is tough work:

It’s quite an abstract concept to understand what kids go through when we are…

Our guide to a crafty Halloween for kids

Are you looking for ideas for Halloween activities, decorations and costumes for the kids? Well, look not further – we’ve created a step by step guide with exactly that. What’s more – your kids can watch all the videos on the Curious World app.…

Zoe and August Build a Skyscraper

Turning screen time into off-screen learning is easy! Just "translate" the games that your children enjoy into real-life fun (and learning!). Zoe and August are a great example in the video below. (We've also used giant building blocks to play…

How to Turn Your Family Garden into a Learning Adventure

It looks like spring has finally arrived. In some areas of the country, we thought it would never get here. Is your green…

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5 Fun STEAM Projects for Little Kids

The STEAM movement has taken root in our culture over the past several years. You may be aware of the acronym, but wonder what it means. STEAM stands for Science, T