01 April 2019
Atlanta Journal Constitution

Baby Einstein Curiosity Zone Coming to the Children's Museum of Atlanta April 25-28, 2019

For a limited time, Atlanta area families can share a unique experience of creativity and discovery at the Baby Einstein Curiosity Zone sponsored by Kids II at the Children’s Museum of Atlanta. 

26 February 2019
Atlanta Business Chronicle

Baby Einstein Marketing Campaign Wins Award

The role of curiosity in a baby’s development is the Baby Einstein brand story that toymaker Kids II Inc., wants today’s parents to embrace.

30 January 2019
Toy Book

VIDEO: SEE THE FIVE WINNERS OF THE 2019 SPIELWARENMESSE TOYAWARDS

The 70th-anniversary edition of the Spielwarenmesse international toy fair is underway in Nuremberg, Germany. The event kicked off with the announcement of the five ToyAwards winners. Fifteen toys were nominated across five categories from 838 products submitted for consideration. Here’s a look at this year’s winners.

 

 

24 January 2019
Atlanta Journal Constitution

A ‘Gridiron Giveback’ to Georgia National Guard members, their families

“We jumped at the opportunity to help The Packaged Good support our Georgia servicemen and women and create a tiny win for these families by letting them know that people care,” said Lynn Duncan, vice president of corporate communications.

29 October 2018
Atlanta Business Chronicle

Kids II Named Among Atlanta's Top 50 Private Companies

30 May 2018
NY Metro Parents

4 Ways to Raise More Curious Kids

21 March 2018
Parents Magazine

The Parents' Guide to Family-Friendly Youtube Channels

The digital universe within YouTube has everything. Rather than be frightened by the potentially bad, embrace the good. Parents' editors and experts agree: You can find educational and entertaining videos for kids of every age.

14 March 2018
Motherly

It's Science: Encouraging Curiosity Helps Your Children Find Future Success

So it’s little wonder that 97% of parents feel peak levels of confidence when we’re watching our kids explore something new, according to a new survey from Baby Einstein.