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Parent & Child for Ages 6-7

 
Books are great for your mind, but they also do the body good, too. Here are 5 ways reading affects your body.
Why and how exercise—and dance parties—boost kids’ brain power.
The editors of Parent & Child are proud to share the winner of our first Submit A Story contest.
Miranda Cosgrove
Actress Miranda Cosgrove shares 5 things she's learned about growing up that keep her grounded.
Going on a road trip this summer? These tips will make the car ride fun and comfortable for the whole family.
pesto ravioli with vegetables
Turn summery vegetables into a kid-pleasing pasta dish.
quick chicken burrito
This hearty, 10-minute lunch wrap is a filling alternative to the usual lunchbox fare. Use store-bought rotisserie chicken as a time saver.
crunchy granola
A batch of this easy homemade granola will stay fresh for a week. Mix it with fruit and yogurt for a filling breakfast.
thai steak dinner recipe
Try this easy Thai twist on grilled steak. Bonus: It's a 30-minute dinner recipe.
Get these apps, books and DVDs to help teach your kids a second language.
These board games sharpen kids' brains and gets them ready for school.
These brain-building cards have plenty of puzzles, quizzes, and fun facts to entertain any-aged child for hours.
See our list of apps and counting games guaranteed to turn your kids into road scholars.
Head outdoors and try one of these family-friendly workouts to boost brain power and have fun.

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