We tested electronics kits with kids ages 7 to 12 and got feedback from moms and makers to find the most engaging ways for kids to learn about electronics.
We talked to gaming specialists, robotics experts, and music teachers to find the best activities to stave off boredom and keep kids entertained.
Whether you're out for a hike, at the beach, or just exploring your own street, the right gear can set your kid up for years of outdoor fun.
After considering the needs of kids and parents, we think Apple’s iPad is the best all-around tablet for kids, though Amazon’s Fire HD 8 is a good cheap option.
When illness or injury keeps everyone home, a comfy room and bed are the starting point for needed rest. Chicken soup and a good movie may help, too.
Looking for fun in the sun? Whether you're headed for the beach or the pool this summer, we've picked out the best toys to keep kids (and adults) entertained.
The parents working at Wirecutter have collected a list of the tools they’ve learned to pack to ease the challenges of flying with children.
Kids don’t need an electric toothbrush to achieve good dental hygiene, though a smaller brush head and built-in timer can help them brush better.