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5 Reasons You Should See The Game's Afoot

The Repertory Philippines' season opener is to die for.

Playing with Other Kids May Help Children with Autism

Interacting with other kids is important for the social development of autistic children.

How to Fight a Baby, According to One Dad

We're torn between amusement and apprehension.

Trumpets Assembles Top Theater Actors for Big Musical Comeback

A powerhouse cast is set to dazzle the entire family anew as the county's accomplished theater performers join forces for the big musical comeback of Trumpets.

Outdoor Recess May Lessen Risk of Nearsightedness in Children

Kids who spend a lot of time under the sun are less likely to develop myopia.

Repertory Philippines Presents The Graduate

Don't miss the chance to catch the Philippine adaptation of this play!

Children Learn Better with a Mix of Academics and Play

It's not all about hard ABC: a child's curriculum should include interaction, imagination, and play.

Too Much Parental Coaching May Inhibit Your Child's Creativity

Don't breathe down your kids' backs--according to research, it would be best to let them learn on their own.

Imaginary Friends Are Good for Kids, Study Suggests

Make-believe playmates help children regulate behavior and cope with major life events.

Does Playing Violent Video Games Cause Aggression?Ӭ

A recent study explores the relationship of violent content and hostile expectations.

Girls Are Less Likely to Spend Time Playing Outdoors

Research shows that keeping your kids--especially young femmes--indoors all the time may deprive them of certain health benefits.

Poor Kids Need More Playtime, Study Shows

Recess may not count as a subject, but it is still an integral part of a child's day.

For the Win: 5 Video Game Guidelines for Parents and Kids

You may not be able to keep your kids away from the game console, but here are ways you can balance game time with everything else.