• New Ideas about Technology for Kids

    Young people using and engaged in technology has reached an all-time high and the age in which they start engaging with technology is at an all-time low, or should we say young. Children 2 and older are getting exposed to technology – smartphones, iPads and APPS on a daily basis. In today’s world, technology is
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  • Bedtime Stories 101

    Bedtime can be a daunting time in a household with young kids. “Read me a story” is something you’ll hear at the twilight hours and for some parents that means grabbing a storybook and get reading. Others like to tell a story that they make up. Either way you prefer to share a bedtime story
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  • Halloween on the DIY

    Get crafty this Halloween and create a magical alternative this. This year, let’s skip spooky and go straight for magical. Here is a Zoopendous guide as to how to create your own Zoonicorn costume. From head to tail, your little one will look enchanting! Materials Needed: Skirt Ribbon Tulle Rolls – Blue, Teal, Pink, Purple Scissors
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  • How to Support Your Kid’s Teacher

    At Zoonicorn, we know a lot of teachers and we are always impressed by their passion for education. But let’s be honest, teaching is hard work. They work long hours, work with limited budgets, and manage large classrooms. Teachers can use our help. It’s important for parents to build a rapport and develop a relationship with their
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  • Making Valeo inspired ice cream

    Valeo is a blue Zoonicorn. He’s the leader of the pack, likes hanging out with friends and considers himself to be brave. He also considers himself to be a connoisseur of ice cream –that means he really, really loves it! He has many favorites flavors, but the best of the best for Valeo and the
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  • Ene makes a bird feeder

    Ene is very talkative and loves to make new friends. He’s a little mischievous and likes to take naps under tall trees. While hanging out under the trees on a warm summer day, Ene likes to watch the birds gather and rest on the tree branches. Ene thought it would be a wonderful place to
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  • How stories can help comfort your child before bed

    Bedtime stories have long been known to cultivate parent-child bonds and prepare children for sleep. This nighttime ritual has other valuable repercussions that researchers say will improve the wellbeing and brain development of your little ones “Neural research shows that when parents and caregivers interact verbally with children — which includes reading to them —
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