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1. Salad on a Stick

Puree 3 cups cubed seed­less wa­ter­melon in a blender. Di­vide among 8 to 10 ice-pop molds, fill­ing three-quar­ters to the top. Di­vide 2 Tbs. mini choco­late chips among the molds and press them down into the wa­ter­melon. Freeze for 1 to 2 hours. Puree 2 cups kale, ½ cup wa­ter, and 3 Tbs. vanilla Greek yo­gurt in a blender. Gen­tly pour on top. Freeze overnight.

2. This Sum­mer Read

Our deputy edi­tor couldn’t put The Color of Bee Larkham’s Mur­der down. Sarah J. Har­ris writes from the point of view of a 13-year-old with synes­the­sia (he sees col­ors when he hears sounds) try­ing to make sense of a miss­ing neigh­bor.

3. Kid­die Pedis

Nail­matic nails it! This kid pol­ish, wa­ter-based and non­toxic, has earned the seal of ap­proval of our news edi­tor and her 2-year-old be­cause it glides on and is “so pretty!” $10.50 each; nail­

4. A Joy­ful Spot

De­signer Joy Cho part­nered with ev­ery­one’s fa­vorite baby park­ing pad, the Dock­a­tot. The re­sult? Much cute­ness. Pad, $200, arch, $30, and toys, $25; dock­a­

5. Sun­screen Art

Bare Repub­lic min­eral sun­screen sticks come in bright, fun col­ors for a kid to draw on him­self. Cov­er­ing him in this SPF 50 may be easy! $9 each; tar­ 6. Sesame Place As if meet­ing Elmo and Big Bird weren’t enough of a draw, this fun-for-the-whole-fam­ily theme park in Langhorne, Penn­syl­va­nia, is the first to be des­ig­nated a Cer­ti­fied Autism Cen­ter. That means the staff has un­der­gone train­ing, and the park has quiet ar­eas for guests who need them.

Psst ... the green is re­fresh­ing and yummy, but it’s not lime.It’s kale! can choose Kids meet Elmo to and friends Place or Sesame at hang back just the daily and watch street party. Ba­bies get the best stuff!

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