March has us thinking about all that blossoms out of springtime: growth, newness, and even baby animals! Chicks, ducklings and bunnies can often represent the new life of spring, while the Easter Bunny is busy hopping between his annual appearances. These three recommendations will help you and your little ones get your seasonal animal fix, […]READ MORE
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Looking for fun activities to spring into with your family? We’ve got you covered! Kid-friendly local museums: ● Step into Ancient Egyptian Corridors Head to the California Science Center in Exposition Park, a favorite for kids of all ages, (admission to the permanent galleries always free!) It’s worth buying advance tickets for their […]READ MORE
This past January, Child360 was honored to present at the inaugural West Coast Young Child Expo & Conference. The New York-based Expo brings together a broad range of influencers such as teachers, social workers, occupational therapists, psychologists, pediatricians, and academics. Everyone involved shares the same desire: to improve the lives of America’s children. At […]READ MORE
Like Martin Luther King, Jr., historian Carter G. Woodson also had a dream: In 1926, he established “Negro History Week,” scheduled to coincide with the birthdays of Abraham Lincoln, who freed the slaves, and famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass. By the 1970s, the celebration had evolved into Black History Month, and we continue to remember and […]READ MORE
In celebration of Black History Month, we’re pleased to suggest books about African-American pioneers in the fields of aviation, the mathematics of space flight, and civil rights. Inspiration abounds in these stories, containing powerful lessons for our children. Fly, Bessie, Fly by Lynn Joseph, illustrated by Yvonne Buchanan (Simon & Schuster; price varies) Age 4-8 […]READ MORE