How often do you hear someone say, "We'd like to make your life a little easier?"
No need for endless online searches - just start with our directories, which are packed with community services and local advertisers who are ready to help you find the perfect afterschool activity, give you great fundraising ideas, plan the party of your dreams. When you contact a company or service from one of our lists, please tell them that San Diego Family Magazine sent you!
- Family Health and Home ( 32 articles )
Summer Camps and Programs
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Regardless of what summer activities your kids are into (sports, outdoor adventures, academics etc), San Diego Family is your CAMP HEADQUARTERS where you're sure to find the perfect summer for your child.See all articles »
San Diego Babies
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San Diego Family's Annual Resource Guide for expecting and new parents is available as its own stand-alone publication. If you're thinking about becoming pregnant, are currently pregnant, or have recently had a baby, we have helpful articles covering every stage — from pregnancy, birth and babies 0–24 months.See all articles »
Creative Arts and Sports Guide
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Channel your child's boundless energy and help him develop new skills through participation in sports, music, art, and theater. Playing sports and exploring the creative and performing arts can boost your child's self-esteem, engage his imagination and help build important values of teamwork and collaboration. He'll also stay active, make new friends and broaden his interests. Whether your child loves or wants to learn ice skating, sculpture, drama, tumbling, dance, cooking and much more, this is your guide to nurturing his budding talents. You'll find all the resources you need in this countywide list.See all articles »
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Choosing the right educational environment for your child is important. But with so many options, where do you begin? We are here to help! In the spring and fall, we publish a comprehensive list of local public and private preschools, kindergartens, learning academies, tutoring clubs, charter and private schools.See all articles »
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Our annual Afterschool Activities guide features great enrichment programs for San Diego kids, including STEM, sports, technology, music, academic, performing arts and more. A new guide is published every September and October. See below for the most recent fall listing. Programs marked with "SN" are certified to care for children with special needs.See all articles »
Resources for Families with Special Needs
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Flourishing Families is the Parent Resource Guide for Children with Special Needs that contains over 650 resources in San Diego County. Read informative articles that offer help and encouragement to families with special needs. Sign up to receive our bi-monthly eNewsletter, keeping you connected to current and relevant information in the community. Ready to get out of the house? When you join our online community, you'll also discover fun family-friendly activities and events.
- Parenting ( 23 articles )
Event & Fundraising Planner
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Are you planning a special event, fundraiser, field trip, assembly or other group occasion? Then, make sure to revisit this page in September to find our comprehensive list of San Diego companies that offer great activities and ideas.See all articles »
Need a list now? Click San Diego Family September 2015 digital issue to find our 2015 list.
San Diego Party Planner
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You don't have to be a domestic goddess to plan a spectacular event. Revisit this page in June to view the latest, cutting edge Party Planner in which you'll find the best in family entertainment, party venues and more.
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- Support Groups ( 2 articles )
San Diego Heroes
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Awesome San Diegans Wanted!See all articles »
Do you know a mom, dad, teen or child who is doing something awesome in (or FOR) their community? Tell us about it! Email the person’s name, age, organization (if applicable), contact information and what makes the person a "hero" in your eyes to firstname.lastname@example.org. No more than 250 words. Be sure to include your name and relationship to your nominee.
- San Diego Family: Digital Issues ( 5 articles )