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Weekend Event Guide
Awesome Kid Friendly Activities To Do in Edmonton This Weekend! (February 26 – 28)

Looking for more Awesome Kid Friendly Activities to do in Edmonton this weekend and beyond? We give you a peek at all of the great, upcoming, family-friendly activities scheduled in Edmonton. Sign up for the monthly Family Fun Edmonton enewsletter. Food & drinks, ice skating, snowmen, at-home magic show viewings — this
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Alberta Parks Camping Reservations Open March 4

Get ready to start planning those family camping trips for the summer. Alberta Parks individual campsite reservations open March 4, 2021, for bookings up to 90 days in advance of your scheduled arrival date. Comfort camping reservations open just a day later on March 5. To make a camping reservation
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Best Doughnuts in Edmonton
Best Doughnuts in Edmonton

I have fond memories from my childhood related to doughnuts. In the small town I grew up in, there was a doughnut shop we would visit on Sunday mornings before church. When I was really young, my go-to order was a sprinkle doughnut — a fan-favourite for most kids. As
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storyline online
Enjoy Celebrity Storytime with Storyline Online

Let’s face it – there’s no replacement for Mom, Dad, Grandma and Grandpa when it comes to reading stories – but just for a change of pace, why not invite the likes of Oprah, Chris Pine or Betty White into your home to take a turn?!? Storyline Online is offering
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Nature Hero
Be a Nature Hero with Nature Kids Alberta

From mountains to prairies, grasshoppers to bisons, poplars to wild roses, Alberta is home to some pretty spectacular landscapes, animals, and plants. And now, your child can help steward and protect Alberta’s environment by becoming a Nature Hero. Becoming a Nature Hero not only benefits the environment, but it’s also
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Virtual Experiences parents and kids
8 Can’t-Miss Virtual Experiences Parents and Kids Can Enjoy Together

Screen Time – it’s that double-edged sword we as parents lament on a daily basis. We’ve all heard the expert rules on limiting screens, but let’s face it – as we’re in the midst of a pandemic, most parents just really, really need a break! We’ll take it one step
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Feeding a horse at Dreamcatcher Ranch
Our Family Farm Adventure to Dreamcatcher Ranch

My girls love reading their Old MacDonald book and pointing out all of the animals. So when I heard about Time on the Land at Dreamcatcher Nature Assisted Therapy Ranch in Ardrossan, I knew we had to go! As soon as I asked my girls if they wanted to visit
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Disney the imagineers
You Can’t Go To Disney, But You Can Learn With the Imagineers

I have a few Disney-lovers in my house (they might come by it honestly) and my oldest has often said she wants to be a Disney Imagineer. With Imagineering in a Box, a free online program, you can access a series of interactive lessons in theme park design and engineering.
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Podcasts
Listen Up! Podcasts Your Whole Family Will Love

I’ll admit it – I’m not techy. I try to avoid dealing with apps. I don’t know how to use a streaming service. Heck, I can barely change the clock in my car! But there’s one thing I do love – Podcasts. I listen to them all the time –
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learning activities edmonton public school board
Learning Activities from the Edmonton Public School Board

Great news parents! The Edmonton Public School Board has posted a page full of active learning ideas to help while you’re social distancing. Head to epsbtogether.ca – you can start by choosing a grade grouping (K-2, 3-6, 7-9 or 10-12) that best suits your family. You can also identify whether
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