Children's Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Street Slip-On Low Sneaker, Size: 1 M, Black/Enamel Red/White
Sometimes, it's better to stick with a classic. The Converse Chuck Taylor All Star Street Slip-On Low Sneaker is all about what they bring to it-personality and style. The canvas upper is durable and comfortable, while the accent color tongue adds a cool touch. Canvas upper Textile lining Slip-on closure Sponge Rubber. Size: 1 M. Color: Black/Enamel Red/White. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Kids.
Stuck inside on a rainy day? Bust your kids' boredom with one of these STEM activity kits. They'll have so much fun with these experiments and activities, they won't even realize they're learning. And since they'll need your help with some of the fun, you'll all get some quality time together.
Do you dream of turning your nursery into a peaceful oasis for your little one? We've found eight gender-neutral decor ideas to create the perfect bohemian-inspired space you'll both love.
Many kids with siblings often find themselves sharing a bedroom at some point in time. Although territorial disputes are inevitable, parents can implement a few design tactics in the kids' room to make family life in a compact home a little calmer. Use the following hardworking furniture and storage items to accommodate all of the kids in the room.
Teen girls are notorious for experimenting with different styles and trying out new interests. To ensure your gift doesn't become the thing that collects dust in her closet, we've rounded up six foolproof ideas. The best part? Every gift on our list is less than $50.
Adults are due for some much-needed peace and quiet as the Christmas craze fizzles out. To carve out some precious alone time this winter, design a space that will hold your kids' attention for hours a day. It should be a room that bursts with color and piques curiosity with a strategic variety of learning and play toys. To help you create this space we rounded up 10 playroom staples to help kids battle cabin fever while they're holed up inside on snow days.
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It's also essential to choose the correct size advises Dr. Velimir Petkov, Medical Director of Premier Podiatry. "When shopping for children's snow boots, you should choose boots that are half a size to a size larger than your child's foot size to allow room for thick socks. Our feet and hands tend to be the first body parts to get cold, so proper insulation is key," says Dr. Petkov. "One of the main concerns when walking or playing outside in the snow is falling. Foot and ankle injuries are extremely common in the cold months. Make sure that you select soles constructed of rubber that provide a good grip when confronted with moisture."