The round-up of Rhody robots returns! In celebration of National Robotics Week (April 2-10), the 3rd annual Rhode Island Robot Block Party showcases hands-on activities and cool demonstrations to engage the whole family in learning more about how robotics are used in research, education, work and play. The Rhode Island Robot Block Party is presented […]
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Anisa Raoof is the publisher of Kidoinfo.com. She combines being a mom with her experience as an artist, designer, psych researcher and former co-director of the Providence Craft Show to create the go-to spot for families in Rhode Island and beyond. She loves using social media to connect parents with family-related businesses and services and promoting ways for parents to engage offline with their kids.
Anisa believes in the power of working together and loves to find ways to collaborate with others. An online enthusiast, still likes to unplug often by reading books and magazines, drawing, learning to knit, making pop-up books with her two sons and listening to records with her husband.
Welcome Spring! Edible Rhody KIDS is created in collaboration with Edible Rhody magazine. We love getting kids involved with all things local! Food, farm life, recipes and produce for every season are all here to inspire our up-and-coming foodies to enjoy the bounty of Rhode Island. This seasons’ topic is “Breakfast”. Hot or cold, the […]
We love our neighborhood libraries – every one of them an essential community hub for gathering to learn, socialize, and connect. – Anisa The Friends of Providence Community Library (PCL) system — Fox Point, Knight Memorial, Mt Pleasant, Olneyville, Rochambeau, Smith Hill, South Providence, Wanskuck and Washington Park libraries — will rally on Thursday, March […]
In 1984, 37% of all computer science graduates were women, but today that number is just 18%. 20% of AP Computer Science test-takers are female, and 0.4% of high school girls express interest in majoring in Computer Science. Reshma Saujani founded the Girls Who Code organization to change those statistics with a mission to inspire, […]
Welcome Winter! Edible Rhody KIDS is created in collaboration with Edible Rhody magazine. We love getting kids involved with all things local! Food, farm life, recipes and produce for every season are all here to inspire our up-and-coming foodies to enjoy the bounty of Rhode Island. This seasons’ topic, “Ramen”, shows us there is more […]
Join award-winning musicians Bill Harley and Keith Munslow, along with a talented group of their friends, for a fun and frolicking family concert to benefit the Rhode Island Food Bank. Saturday 21 November at 11am and 2pm at Lincoln School, Providence. Every year, Bill and Keith delight children with their hilarious songs and stories that will tickle […]
Looking for a great learning opportunity for homeschool teens? We love DownCity Design and their cool creative problem solving building projects. In Design Studio, this 10-week project-based program for homeschool students, learners will tackle a satisfying design/build service project for a public space or community-serving non-profit organization. While reinforcing essential design and engineering skills, they […]
A month full of Peace Events plus join Peace Fest RI, the global celebration of peace on September 19
Kidoinfo (and me personally) are pleased to promote and support such an amazing project. The Peace Flag Project invites you to join in its 12th annual celebration of the International Day of Peace. The Peace Flag Project is a pro-peace nonprofit based here in Rhode Island, its work is focused on imagining peace, understanding peace, […]
Monday, August 17 – Friday, August 21 11 AM – 2 PM Providence PlayCorps – a summer initiative to activate the city’s parks with free play and creative exploration in conjunction with the free federal summer meals program – celebrates its final week of the season with imaginative activities daily from Monday, August 17 to […]
Summer sunshine is in full force right now. We made this very simple yet effective sundial by placing a pencil in a ball of clay. Every hour, we marked the hour with a stone. This sundial goes from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We also enjoyed reading ‘How Do You Know What Time It Is?’ […]