Give a kid an "educational" toy and it'll soon migrate to the bottom of the toy box. Try these toys and games that are fun first and smart second.
Kids' stuff can clutter up your home fast. Keep it under control (at least for a while!) with some clever and frugal storage solutions.
Kid stuff is expensive! You'll save a lot and wind up with better kid stuff if you make these common products at home, instead of buy.
If you can resist the urge to have the latest console and games, there are lots of terrific video games available at terrific discounts — online and off. Here's where to look.
Keep your home clean AND your kid happy with these tricks for corralling your child's clutter.
There's a good chance that the "junk" around your home could become your kids' favorite toys (and they can even make great Christmas gifts).
Tired of spending $30 on a single toy? Here are 10 super-fun toys and games you can make at home with common items.
Tell us how you save on kids toys and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a $20 Amazon Gift Card!
Whether your kids are crawling or off to college, these parent-recommended resources can help them have fun while learning how to use money responsibly.
Today we found some awesome articles on getting the most for your money when buying toys, planning your holiday budget, and fashion on a budget.
The hottest toy of this holiday season is a little electronic hamster named the Zhu Zhu Pet. The $9.99 toy is this season's Tickle Me Elmo and parents are lining up early to snatch
While moon sand is certainly not a bank-breaker, it is costly for what is basically wet sand. So, I did a little digging and discovered a way to make your very own moon sand.
It has officially begun. My four-year-old has tuned out the real world in favor of loud Saturday morning commercials advertising the best of mu
Our commitment to saving money has always prevented my family from buying the current year’s “Hot” toys. Every year that I hold tight to the de
As the mom of two boys, I can tell you that there are two kinds of toys: 1) those that are inherently dangerous (such as ATVs, BB guns, and lead-tainted toys) and 2) those made
You don't have to throw out recalled products! In fact, sometimes it's a lucky break to see an old toy recalled, because you can usually take it back for a full refund.
Buying toys for the holidays? Take advantage of additional Amazon savings, by using this unadvertised reba
I've pretty much come to the conclusion that I need to stop buying Chinese goods. This is a tough one for me, mostly because so much of the cheap stuff I love to buy comes from Chi
As a frugal shopper, I like to make my products work hard. [more]
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