In honor of Earth Day, April 22, here are some easy, kid-friendly ways to teach your children about taking care of the environment.
Start your summer camp search here! This information hub for all the best in summer camp adventures in Northeast Ohio — and beyond — features our 2017 Summer Camp Guide, informative articles on choosing the right camp, quick links to camp listings, videos and more. Whether you're looking to stay local or expand your child's horizons beyond the Cleveland/Akron area this summer, you'll find something just right for every kid.
We’ve all been there — sitting in the hot seat — because our parents wanted to have “the talk.” Now it’s our turn to sit down with our own children, and even though we may remember what it felt like to be in their shoes, it doesn’t make it much easier.
Visit Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere this summer for Eton Explorers, brought to you by Northeast Ohio Parent magazine. The monthly event series, scheduled for one Tuesday each in June, July and August, features theme-related activities, crafts, face painting or glitter tattoos by 5 Star Talent, giveaways, balloon creations by The Twister Girl Balloon Company, and more!
Temple Grandin, professor of Animal Science at Colorado State University, best-selling author, speaker and consultant of livestock equipment and animal welfare, has become a prominent and authoritative figure for the autism community. read more
The foundation for proper dental care for your child begins well before the first tooth emerges. As a parent, understanding the various elements of proper dental care at every stage of your child’s life is essential.
Despite the belief that baby teeth aren’t as important as adult teeth, baby teeth create a foundation for adult teeth — and deserve to be treated with the same level of care.
According to Buckeye Health Plan, establishing a relationship with a pediatrician is the first step parents can make for the health of their children. The company offers the following facts and tips as part of Every Kid Healthy Week, which takes place April 24-28. read more
We’ve all been there, or will be there at some point. Your child asks a question that calls for a “hard talk.” While it may seem easier to skirt the truth — or avoid the conversation altogether — honesty really is the best strategy, according to Kelly McNelis, founder and president of Women For One.
Could your child be a future scientist or engineer? STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) can be exciting and fun for children of all ages. From DIY activities, board games, local events and programming, and more, here are just a few ways you can “STEMulate” your child’s talent through interactive STEM activities and programs.
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