The best way for anyone to learn to write is to put pencil to paper and start writing. But what to write? Write Something Every Day offers 366 pencil sharpeners.
Tucked into the Flint Hills on the edge of Dexter, Kansas, is a rather unassuming metal building, open every day of the week. This is Henry’s Candy, conveniently located on K-15.
Looking for somewhere to visit with the whole family? Here are a few of our favorite child-friendly destinations across Kansas.
Looking for a fun way to introduce children to the basics of food safety? Try this free downloadable storybook—He's BAC!: A Children's Guide to Keeping Food Safe.
Ready for more color, more jokes, and more family fun? Homestead on the Range is pleased to announce the release of an updated edition of The Worst Jokes I Know (and I Know a Lot!).
Wagon Wheels is a child-friendly account of pioneer life in Nicodemus based on a true story.
Short poems feature bugs that will be familiar to nearly every Kansas child, and children from other places, as well.
Because each line of most knitting verses corresponds to a particular movement of the needles, knitting rhymes evolved for instruction.
Sometimes a few extra (and very simple) touches make all the difference between dinner in a hurry and a special treat.
Agritourism fosters a symbiotic relationship between the farmer, the public, and the community.