Kid Rides

How To : Teach your kid to ride a bike

Make sure the bike is properly fit to the child. She should just be able to stand over the top bar of the frame without touching. Install training wheels on the bike. Have the child wear a helmet. When first starting, knee and elbow pads, as well as gloves, are a good idea. ...more

How To : Teach kids to ride a bike

Knowing how to ride a bike is a fun and useful skill that kids can use well into adulthood. This video tutorial demonstrates a safe and simple way to teach kid’s how to ride a bike. Before taking to the streets, make sure the child is wearing a correctly fitted safety helmet. ...more

How To : Ride a bicycle without training wheels (for kids)

Sick of those training wheels on your bike? Take the next step and get rid of them! Check out this video tutorial on how to ride a bicycle without training wheels (for kids). Ann-T shows you how to learn to ride your bike solo easily and quickly without those learning stabili ...more

How To : Watch the 2011 Super Bowl Commercials Online

It's that time of year again when pizza boxes line the room and buffalo wings stain the couch. When cases of beer sit in the cooler and the big screen TVs are fired up and properly calibrated. When two of the best football teams vie for the championship title and the Vince Lom ...more

How To : Install a Child Car Safety Seat

Car accidents are the leading cause of death of children in the United States. Follow the guidelines in this how-to video to give your child a safe ride. All you'll need is the kid's new car seat and the owner's manual to your vehicle. Proper installation is key, so check out ...more

How To : Stay Safe When Trick or Treating on Halloween

Halloween has become one of the most popular holidays of the the year in the United States. Retailers even lease out empty retail spaces to put in Halloween stores. People hang Halloween lights on their houses, decorate the front yard and of course there are hundreds of haunt ...more

How To : Pronounce Korean vocab while riding a bus

Remember when you were a kid, and you were always fascinated with buses? Every kid is fascinated with those big wheels, and spacious aisles. In this Korean language tutorial video, relive those memories as we go out for a picnic in Korea with Keith and Seol! And of course we'l ...more

How To : Build your K'NEX Starburst Spinner Thrill Ride

K'NEX is one of the most popular construction toys on the market, right next to Lincoln Logs and LEGOs, but what makes K'NEX stand out is the fact that children can build mechanically derived toys. Instead of blocks or little logs, kids use interconnecting plastic rods and con ...more

News : Build Your Own AT-AT Imperial Walker Snow Sculpture

It's been a legendary year for snow art. First there was the Eiffel Tower penis. Then the crash-landed AT-AT. Then the beautiful snowdecahedron and the skull-shaped igloo fortress. Found on Unreality Mag, the latest newsworthy snow sculpture is every Star Wars-loving little ki ...more

News : The Birth of Skateboard Culture

Beautiful images from photographer Hugh Holland's recent show at M+B Gallery in L.A., "Locals Only", a portrait of 70s skateboard culture. "In the mid-Seventies, two events coincided in Southern California that gave rise to skateboarding as we now know it. The invention of th ...more

News : Are u depressed?

The purest smile of every baby is the best medicine for the wounded heart...what do they know ..?what do they expect..?" nothing "...but what they giv us ,is the happiness...a soft hug with the tiny hands calling mama..or papa..will make any stone hearted human to melt..many r ...more

How To : Add battery power to a Power Wheels Jeep

So, your children have the same old boring Fisher-Price Power Wheels that all the other kids on the block have. Do you really want your child to be like all of the rest? No, I didn't think so. Turn those miniature Power Wheels, Dumar or Peg Perego vehicles into a little bit of ...more

How To : Upgrade the power in a Power Wheels Dune Beetle

So, your children have the same old boring Fisher-Price Power Wheels that all the other kids on the block have. Do you really want your child to be like all of the rest? No, I didn't think so. Turn those miniature Power Wheels, Dumar or Peg Perego vehicles into a little bit of ...more

How To : Install traction bands onto Power Wheels tires

So, your children have the same old boring Fisher-Price Power Wheels that all the other kids on the block have. Do you really want your child to be like all of the rest? No, I didn't think so. Turn those miniature Power Wheels, Dumar or Peg Perego vehicles into a little bit of ...more

Lazy Camping : HowTo Make the Most of the Backyard

A great way to prepare for your first camping trip is to go camping in your backyard. Benefits: You don't have to worry about forgetting anything. You don't have to deal with gross camp bathrooms. You can practice setting up your tent. (As opposed to having to do it after ...more

How To : Hack a VHS tape into a toy pinball machine

For about a buck, you can make a fun Mini-Pinball machine out of a VHS, just follow the steps in this how-to video. This is a great toy for kids, or anyone that wants to make a cheap version of the arcade favorite. Bring the VHS pinball machine into the car to stay entertained ...more

How To : Build your K'NEX Pirate Ship Park

K'NEX is one of the most popular construction toys on the market, right next to Lincoln Logs and LEGOs, but what makes K'NEX stand out is the fact that children can build mechanically derived toys. Instead of blocks or little logs, kids use interconnecting plastic rods and con ...more

How To : Build your K'NEX Vertical Vengeance Roller Coaster

K'NEX is one of the most popular construction toys on the market, right next to Lincoln Logs and LEGOs, but what makes K'NEX stand out is the fact that children can build mechanically derived toys. Instead of blocks or little logs, kids use interconnecting plastic rods and con ...more

How To : Double your Jeep Power Wheels power and speed

So, your children have the same old boring Fisher-Price Power Wheels that all the other kids on the block have. Do you really want your child to be like all of the rest? No, I didn't think so. Turn those miniature Power Wheels, Dumar or Peg Perego vehicles into a little bit of ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 5: On the Loose

This is a steamy part of Heavy Rain for PS3. Steamy and sexy. But this is edited for nudity, so don't worry about seeing anything you shouldn't. See how to beat Chapter 5 - On the Loose. Origami makes it to the video game world in the form of a killer. In Heavy Rain on the Pl ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 4: The Shark

in this episode of Heavy Rain, you confront the Shark. Just try not to get yourself killed when he pulls out that shotgun. Then, are you going to kill him, or are you not? See how to beat Chapter 4 - The Shark. Origami makes it to the video game world in the form of a killer. ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 5: Killer's Place

Now that the identity of the Origami Killer has been revealed, it should be easy to find him. In this walkthrough of Heavy Rain (PS3), you'll be in the killer's apartment. See how to beat Chapter 5 - Killer's Place. Origami makes it to the video game world in the form of a ki ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 4: Sexy Girl

Back at the club, you meet a sexy girl, but is that a good thing or a bad thing? Who is the killer? Still don't know? Well, just remember, in Heavy Rain, when it rains, it pours, meaning, don't trust anyone. See how to beat Chapter 4 - Sexy Girl. Origami makes it to the video ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 3: The Lizard

The city is full of reptiles, and in Heavy Rain, the lizard is the most treacherous of all. See if the lizard can get you one step closer to solving the murder mystery of the Origami Killer. Porcelain isn't what it used to be. See how to beat Chapter 3 - The Lizard. Origami m ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 3: The Butterfly

Butterflies are usually sweet and innocent, but not in the downpour that is Heavy Rain. In this PS3 walkthrough, see what's up with the Butterfly and if you're ever going to catch the Origami Killer. See how to beat Chapter 3 - The Butterfly. Origami makes it to the video gam ...more

How To : Walkthrough Heavy Rain - Chapter 1: Father and Son

Nothing can beat a father and son. Check out this Heavy Rain video walkthrough for the PS3 on "Father and Son". Do you think you're getting closer to catching the murderous Origami Killer in this level? See how to beat Chapter 1 - Father and Son. Origami makes it to the video ...more

News : Best surf trip so far

I took my son to Bocas.  Because of the airline schedules we had to stop in Panama City, which is a somewhat sad place.  With casinos and all the attendant vice. But arriving in Bocas was like entering  a different world altogether.  Bright Caribbean pastel colors.  No road s ...more

News : USA into the Round of 16!!

Posted with permission via HereComeTheYanks.com Have you recovered from that heart attack inducing, hell of a game?? I am still riding high and, as such, may ramble a bit on here. But stay with me...I'm a die-hard fan!! What else do you expect?? Another goal taken away?! Real ...more

How To : Take a Car Trip with Children

Planning the Trip Get lots of brochures Send for brochures of the places you will be visiting. Make a travel book with the brochures to get the grandchildren and their families excited. The best place to contact for these brochures are the Visitors Bureaus or the Chamber of ...more

How To : Swap gearboxes in a Power Wheels Jeep

So, your children have the same old boring Fisher-Price Power Wheels that all the other kids on the block have. Do you really want your child to be like all of the rest? No, I didn't think so. Turn those miniature Power Wheels, Dumar or Peg Perego vehicles into a little bit of ...more

How To : Make a Balloon-Powered Paper Plate Racer

With a little spare time and and a few items you can find around the house, you can make your own balloon-powered paper car. This is a great and easy DIY project that's perfect for competitive kids. All you'll need to get started is: Cardboard Straws Scotch tape Marker Paper ...more

News : Silicon Valley Big Shots Courted by Ford & GM

The driverless competition is heating up as Detroit automakers attempt to woo tech talent away from some of Silicon Valley's biggest players. Bloomberg reports that there here are currently 5,000 job openings in software and electronics product development in the Motor City a ...more

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