From reading readiness to test prep confidence, the staff at Classroom Matters supports students & parents from Kindergarten through college-bound seniors.
Thanks to Close5, Kids Gym, and Melissa from Icarian for enabling us to throw a party to let all our little ones get their ya-yas out before naptime.
Here are some tips to help kids enjoy Cal football games and surrounding festivities, so you can make it through the whole game whine-free
This indoor play space in Berkeley is like a spacious, clean, preschool in which your child can explore at her own pace you have the pleasure of watching.
Win a Savvy Baby organic crib mattress with latex core and organic casing from Savvy Rest Natural Bedroom, valued at $549.
Three mountain biking trails to explore with kids in the Bay Area, by Kid Reporter and mountain biking enthusiast, Zach, age 12.
A Year with Frog and Toad has great stories, songs, and staging for kids as young as 3. If your family likes the books, the musical is a ton of fun!
300,000 people will party in the street 9/11/16 on Solano Avenue. (Bring your walkie talkies!)
Our kid reporter, Elie K. describes a special afternoon in Berkeley, climbing Indian Rock with food at Gregoire and iScream.
Hooray for an upcoming Baby’s Morning Out 9/1 at Brushstrokes Studio in Berkeley for pre-crawling babies and their parents. Made possible by Close5.
Join us for this party for toddlers at We Rock the Spectrum in Berkeley hosted by 510families & Close5. It’s gonna be awesome good times for $5/kid.
When my kid was one, the best way to get him out of the house was to talk about the choo choos we would see: real train, BART train, train table, all good!
With playgrounds, grassy areas, shady trees, basketball and tennis courts, BBQs, a community center, and a creek, Live Oak Park really does have something for everyone.
Take on one of these items as your mission every day, and you’ll definitely be getting the most out of the East Bay.
Here are a few favorite locations to get a miniature zoo experience. Check out the lobsters at Ranch 99 and other places to see animals for $0.