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Melissa & Doug Bloggers

Our Blog Ambassador program brings together writers who are parents, educators, and more. They share ideas, experiences and feedback on a variety of topics including, early learning, education, creative play, parenting, new products and more. Our BAs are active, diverse, and influential. They are committed to working as a team on behalf of families and children, making learning fun and creative, inspiring imagination, and happiness. Read posts from their blogs (and ours) below!

How to set up a “Photo Booth” in your home *Perfect for back-to-school photos

Family Exercise: 5 Easy Tips for Running with Your Kids *great tips

Do you burn through your phone's memory space from taking too many photos? If so, you absolutely have to see this! It's amazing! #LyveMoments

Pic-Tap-Go is my favorite photo editing app! I love that it learns my style of editing and allows me to save my favorite recipes for fast processing next time *great list of app suggestions

Back to School Feast: How to set an adorable table for the celebration

5 Back-to-School Tips for Shopping Stress-Free with Tweens: Fostering independence + keeping you sane *great list of tips

6 Community Invitations to Play + Build Collaborative Skills *love the idea of group invitations to play

Professional Photography Sessions with Kids: 10 Tips for Success *tip #2 is so important for families

DIY Kids Pinwheels Craft - a fun arts & crafts activity kids can make with spin art *great tutorial

Printable Kids Lunchbox Notes: Over 50 Kid-friendly Jokes *Plus healthy lunch ideas

5 awesome pool games for kids! Keep kids busy and active this summer while staying cool too

My Shopping List: FREE Kids Coloring Printable *Great way to teach independence and keep the kids entertained so you can shop in peace!

Fostering Shopping Independence *love this free kids list printable. too cute.

  • Kat Morrow

    My child is a picky eatter, we struggle with her wanting to eat. I have tried letting her help cook but she still wont eat some things. I like this idea, she only three but it will help her feel more part of the process. Thank you for sharing