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5 Ways to Maximize Your Baby’s Morning Routine

For working parents, the mornings with their kids are especially precious. Those stolen moments in the AM are when your baby is most alert, awake, and engaged. How can you make the most of them (while also making sure you’re out the door in time for drop off). Kelly Ho, Wunder’s curriculum developer and an […]

5 Travel Tips to Save Your Family Money and Stress

Taking trips together is one of the most exciting things you can do as a family. However, it can also be quite expensive and stressful — particularly when you haven’t planned very well. In order to avoid racking up debt and to make the trip as enjoyable as possible for the whole family, it’s important […]

Women’s History Month

March officially became Women’s History Month in 1987. We can use this month to celebrate and recognize the countless women who have changed the course of history by making it “herstory.” Each year the month has a theme and this year’s is “Visionary Women: Champions of Peace & Nonviolence.” According to the official WHM website, […]

Basics of Pediatric Psychology and How Nannies Can Apply Them in Work

To say that caring for a child is hard is an understatement as there is absolutely nothing as physically, emotionally, and mentally draining. However, there is also nothing more fulfilling—especially when you see the child grow up to be a well-rounded adult. I know there is no universal formula when it comes to looking after […]

For the love of science

  Making learning fun is a challenge for many people that interact with kids, whether they’re parents or childcare workers. Trying to balance fun with actual educational content can feel nearly impossible. But the science of the world around us can be very interesting and even downright enjoyable and teaching the scientific method doesn’t have […]

Importance of a Growth Mindset in Children

It’s that time of the year again. School is now in full session and families are beginning to establish their routines surrounding a working schedule and the full class load for the kiddos. This part of the year can be intimidating for children because it means a whole new year of new experiences, friends and […]

Tabletop Roleplaying Games and Kids: Creativity and Problem-Solving

You’ve likely heard of the game Dungeons and Dragons (D&D) and similar games before, at least in passing. You may even be a regular player (and if you are, you might want to just skim this article, there will definitely be some bits that are just explaining what a roleplaying game is, which people with […]

5 Fun Family Day Trips from the Bay Area

Although the school year is beginning to creep up, summer is still in full effect! From the sizzling days, to the warm summer nights, this time of year is great to spend with your loved ones. When it comes to summer, one activity that always comes to mind are road trips or in this posts’ […]

Learning Biology, Exercising Empathy, and Appreciating Nature: Using Bugs to Teach Kids

Bugs. They’re annoying. Gross, perhaps. Maybe for you they’re even scary. But I’m writing this to try and convince you that you should give bugs a chance, particularly when a kid is watching you interact with them. Bugs can be an uncommon way to teach a kid about appreciating nature and biology, and also an […]