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- 11/08/16--07:16: How to explain the the U.S. election to kids
- 01/25/17--12:05: Meet STEM Club: The new STEM gift subscription for kids from Amazon
- 05/15/17--06:33: 3 helpful group gift websites that make the process so much easier
- 05/24/17--03:36: Hey kids, Viola Davis is reading your bedtime story tonight!
- 05/26/17--03:00: Learn how to code your own app for free, thanks to Apple.
- 01/30/18--07:56: Celebrate the Super Blue Blood Moon with this fun DIY moon calendar
We know that as much as you rely on Cool Mom Tech (and Cool Mom Picks) for product recommendations (right?), we pretty much all still check Amazon reviews before we make a purchase. But as you can probably guess, for many products, the reviews aren’t super reliable. That’s why we we’re loving ReviewMeta. Related: 3 smart […]
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We recently shared tips for throwing a birthday party on a budget at Cool Mom Picks, and one of our favorite tricks is to use online invitations for the party. Not only does it save you a lot of money, but it makes tracking so much easier, from who’s coming to what they’re bringing. And better, you […]
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We’re always thankful for resources that help make sense of tricky topics for our kids, like today’s election. Even if you really paid attention in history, the Electoral College can be confusing. So, if you’re looking for ways to explain the U.S. election to your kids today, check these out. Related: Election Day 2016 – Everything […]
I was so thrilled to discover this resource guide from the Library of Congress that’s full of a variety of primary source materials that document the U.S. Presidential Inaugurations through our country’s history. It’s such a fantastic wealth of information to help you talk to your kids about this important day. You’ll find information on […]
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It’s no surprise that Amazon has jumped on the STEM for kids bandwagon given its popularity as of late (and hey, hooray for that). Back in 2015, they launched their STEM toys and games shop, and now, they’ve got STEM Club, a gift subscription service for kids, which might just be a smart way to get friends and […]
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These free Valentine’s Day e-cards from the New York Public Library (NYPL) gave us a little chuckle this morning, so we just had to share the love so you could share it too. Just head over to the NYPL website and create one of your own for your special book-loving someone. I’m giggling over “Check […]
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We’re coming up end-of-the-year gifts for teachers, grads, and coaches over the next month, plus Father’s Day, which often means lots of group gifts. And as you might have experienced, chasing people down and keeping track of everyone’s money (all year long) can be a huge pain. But this is the 21st century! You can do […]
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When Guy Raz, of NPR’s TED Radio Hour and Wow in the World podcast fame, recommends a website for kids, you go, because, obvy. And no surprise, the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Storyline Online is a fantastic resource for parents that you might not know about. You’ll find tons of your kid’s favorite picture books brought to […]
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In this fast-paced age of technology, coding skills are pretty valuable, whether you’re looking to change careers yourself, or you’ve got a teen looking ahead to college and beyond. Well, a new option just came available to you thanks to Apple, and even better, it’s completely free. Related: Turn screen time into educational time with […]
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Whatever the case may be, whether it’s sick kids or new neighbors, getting meals goes a really long way. And, of course, tech helps, too. Seriously, how did our parents survive without it? Here, I’m sharing my 3 favorite go-to sites for coordinating meals for friends, from tons-of-options to very basic. If you aren’t already […]
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If you’re counting down the days to the total solar eclipse (or The Great American Eclipse) like us, you’ll probably want to know exactly how much you’ll see of it based on where you live, which is why you’ll want to check this handy calculator from Vox. Related: 5 fun total solar eclipse gifts. Yay darkness! […]
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My son is the type of kid who can’t just watch Star Wars and enjoy it as a fun fantasy world. Instead, it gets his mind spinning: How do the AT-ATs really walk? Could Han really have survived being frozen in carbonite? How do the Bacta tanks work? Well, now we can find the answers […]
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We know that parents of teens (us included!) are always searching for ways to help teach them responsibility, and slowly gain more independence. That’s what they want, and well, it’s what we want too, which is why we’re so thrilled to team up with Amazon, who recently launched a way for parents to do just that. […]
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We’re pretty excited about the Super Blue Blood Moon that should hopefully be visible in the wee hours of the morning tomorrow. Fingers crossed! To celebrate, we’re thinking our STEM-loving kids would love to make this DIY Moon Calendar that will show them the phases of the moon any day of the week. Related: What […]
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Calling all homeschoolers, chemistry geeks, and STEM lovers! You need to see this incredible free resource from TED-Ed. They’ve launched an interactive periodic table with a video and lesson for every single element. Whoa. Related: Constantly Curious is the perfect educational diversion for kids and adults Just head over to the TED-Ed periodic table and […]
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Warning: you’re about to seriously waste some time reliving your childhood. We’ve found the motherlode of retro computer games thanks to Classic Reload. They’ve collected and preserved more than 5,000 classic video games for future generations to play for free. It’s like a virtual museum of video games, from old arcade games like Pac-Man, Donkey Kong, and […]
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