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Rarely do you hear the words "simple" or "stress-free" when it comes to kids. Between school, family commitments, career, homework and after-school activities, there's barely a moment to spare for anything else. Before you know it, summer arrives—and with it, a child or children with way too much time on their hands.

Enter, just in time to stave off the dog days of summer with its simple and, yes, stress-free assistance in helping parents discover and register their kids for activities, classes and camps. ACTIVEkids enables parents to find a broad spectrum of activities ranging from art seminars and dance classes to local summer camps and team sports. With a database of more than 120,000 activities nationwide geared toward kids from ages 4 to 18, ACTIVEkids has something for every child in your household.

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The site's easy-to-use interface allows you to search a large database of events by gender, age and interests to find activities that are the most relevant to you and your child. Even better, no more toggling between numerous sites. gives you the ability to manage multiple children and registrations in one spot. You can also set up alerts with new, local activities based on personalized preferences entered into your profile.

The search and registration processes are secured and backed by ACTIVE Network's more than 15 years of experience and expertise in managing millions of registrations and transactions annually.

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Here's how it works:

First, create a brief profile page that identifies your child's interests (you can add more children at any time). Begin your search, and the robust ACTIVE database will recommend events that are nearby and relevant to you. You can search by a wide array of filters like location, interest, age groups, day of the week, and more, customizing your results to be as pertinent as possible to you and your family. In no time at all, you'll have Sarah signed up for summer camp, Mark registered for martial arts, and Bobby up to bat for his baseball team.

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