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Kidorable delights both children and the adults who love them by transforming everyday, functional kids' accessories into objects that excite their imaginations and enrich their lives at play. Find the gear your kids will actually beg to wear — Raincoats, Rain boots, Umbrellas, Backpacks, Hooded Towels, Hanger sets, Knit Gloves, Hats, Scarves, and more. Here you'll find styles to spark any kid's imagination—Shark, Dinosaur, Lucky Cat, Ladybug, Butterfly, Frog and Lotus for animal and nature lovers. Pirate, Fairy Mermaid, Ballerina, Fireman, Space Hero, Dragon Knight and Fireman for kids who dream big. Plus Dora the Explorer and SpongeBob SquarePants for kids who want to be their favorite characters. From rainwear to backpacks to knitwear and towels, Kidorable speaks to the precious spirit of childhood.

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Kidorable Parenting

Making parenting more fun, easy, meaningful and joyous

Connect 5

Have players of different abilities play by different rules

Connect 5

It’s time to introduce Kubla to some thinking games. Chess, checkers, Connect Four. I teach him the rules. We play a few games. I warn him what I’ll do next if he makes this move or that. I do my best not to crush him, but somehow my precocious 4 year old isn’t able to […]

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Duck, duck, goose

Is it right to ask kids to play a game they can never win?

Duck Duck Goose

My nephew is four years old. His preschool class is playing duck, duck, goose. He’s younger and smaller than the other kids. Try as he might, he can’t run around the circle fast enough to catch them. “Duck…Duck… Duck…Duck…Duck…GOOSE!!” A girl taps him on the head and she’s off. My nephew slowly gets up. This […]

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