Best links of the week

by ParentCo. July 24, 2015

What is going on in the brain of a curious child? And how can harnessing their curiosity increase learning? An interesting piece from Mind/Shift. Make a little room on the bookshelf for a "new" book from Dr. Seuss. Apps for those pangs of nostalgia- a product hunt round-up. Sorry, city dwellers. You may be more at risk for depression and anxiety. The good news is a walk in nature may help. Our latest podcast obsession. While we never considered sending our kids to sleepaway camp with an iphone, loading it the way this mom did makes it seem like a good idea. If you've been defeated by vacationing with little people, this essay from Elisabeth Egan is for you. We came for the handmade David Bowie doll, but stayed for the Frida Kahlo.


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