Lego Cuusoo: Create And Produce Your Own Lego Sets

Lego Cuusoo is the official site for Lego fans to create the chance to have their own ideas become official Lego products!Lego Cuusoo is the official site for Lego fans to create the chance to have their own ideas become official Lego products!

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Knoala: Ideas And Activities For Parents Of Young Children

Knoala is an app that offers ideas and tips for activities for parents to enjoy with their young children, while boosting the child's development across a variety of areas.Knoala is an app that offers ideas and tips for activities for parents to enjoy with their young children, while boosting the child’s development across a variety of areas.

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Slader: Your Homework Solutions

Slader is a website that organizes all your homework solutions in one place, providing answers to tough questions and allowing you to see how problems from your textbooks were solved.Slader is a website that organizes all your homework solutions in one place, providing answers to tough questions and allowing you to see how problems from your textbooks were solved.

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The Little Book Club: The Book Club that Grows with your Child

The Little Book Club is a subscription book club that grows with your child. Each month, your child receives 3 books in the mail, and as your child grows the books become more advanced.

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The Top 10 Coolest Websites: Best of 2012

Best of 20122012 is over… long live 2013! And to welcome in this bright new year,  All My Faves – your easy guide to the Web - has once again enlisted the world’s help to hand pick the best websites of 2012. These sites may not be Facebook, Twitter or even Pinterest, but they’re some of the internet’s most interesting, unique and, well, coolest websites around… and hey, you voted for them! So without further ado, here’s our definitive review of the top 10 coolest websites: best of 2012.

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Is FamilyLeaf the New Facebook for Families?

If your family is anything like mine, Facebook really isn’t an appropriate way to share around those lovely/awkward Mother’s Day Brunch and Thanksgiving photos: it’s too confusing and just too public. Perhaps it’s time to move your family over to FamilyLeaf, an easier, more secure way to share family photos and conversations.

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Storybots: Interactive Website that Makes Learning Fun for your Kids

From the men that brought you Jib Jab, the Spiridellis brothers have created a new interactive website that makes learning fun for kids and the prep easy on their parents.

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Century of the Child: Why kids have become economic consumers to be reckoned with

In a nod to the increasing power of children as consumers and their relationship with innovation, MoMa (the Museum of Modern Art, New York) has launched an exhibition and brilliant, interactive website to help you get acquainted with kids’ products from past to present.

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Mommyish – Blog of the Week: The Imperfections & Realities of Parenthood

Mommyish doesn’t claim to have parenting figured out, but they care about the choices parents make and want to keep parents informed on the latest trends in child rearing.

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mom.me: One of the Best Blog Sites for Moms becomes a Mommy Community

mom.me offers you parental advice, insights, inspiration, a platform for discussions and a good laugh. The perfect recipe for a great Parenting blog! Mommy, check it out here…

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Wittlebee: A Monthly Mail Subscription… For Your Kid’s Clothes!

Wittlebee saves parents time and money by helping them put their kid’s clothes on autopilot… Or in other words, you can actually subscribe to receive a customized box full of kids clothes each month! 

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