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Keiki Krafting: Reindeer Card Holder

The “Keiki Krafting” column is courtesy HouseMart Ben Franklin Crafts. For more craft ideas, visit benfranklinhawaii.com. Read More

‘Pictures with Santa Paws’ benefits Hawaiian Humane Society

If your keiki include the furry kind, they can also have their photos taken with Santa at Pictures with Santa Paws this weekend at the new Lau Hala Shops in Kailua. Read More

Book online to see Santa and skip the wait

Planning a holiday portrait session at the mall for your keiki? Skip long lines and long waits by booking online appointments for photos with Santa. Read More

Windward Community College hosts holiday-themed planetarium shows

Celebrate the spirit of the season at Windward Community College’s Hokulani Imaginarium with its two shows, “Star of Bethlehem: The Magi’s Story” and “Season of Light.” Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” is for the whole family, but might be too intense for the youngest kids — and some jokes won’t land with kid audiences. Read More

Kid ride-ons explode with cars, tractors, monster trucks

Mercedes or Mustang? John Deere or Jeep? Electric ride-ons for kids are busting out all over this holiday season. Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘The Nutcracker And The Four Realms’

Disney’s “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” is magic for the whole family — if you’re not too attached to the original ballet. Read More

Parents at Play: You can never have too many books

Reading is an incredibly important skill, one that can affect almost every aspect of your life. Read More

Keiki Krafting: Snowman candy jar

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Family Fare: Many, Many Thanks!

Create “Thankful Stones,” a “Lei of Thanks,” “Garlands of Gratitude” and more through songs, movement and art. Read More

Parental guidance: ‘The Grinch’

A faithful adaptation of Dr. Seuss’ book, this animated feature follows the holiday grump as he attempts to steal Christmas and learns to open up. Read More

Book for beginning readers introduces the island lifestyle

Where your basic “A is for apple” alphabet book might be great for putting children to sleep, “A Is for Aloha” will wake them up to the pleasures of learning their letters. Read More

Parents can go shopping while kids build with Legos

Young Lego lovers can build to their hearts’ content at the Bricks 4 Kidz Lego Lab on Fridays at Ka Makana Ali‘i in Kapolei. Read More

Now read this: “No, Silly!”

Would you like to sleep on a cookie or eat a book? “No, Silly!” playfully embraces a toddler’s exploration of classic childhood activities. For ages 4-8. Read More

Kids invited to create ornaments for Keiki Kalikimaka contest

Hey kids! It’s time to break out the art supplies to help us trim our pages with your holiday creations. Read More

Parental Guidance: ‘Johnny English Strikes Again’

This cheeky comedy is appropriate for kids but too violent for the littlest ones. Read More



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