Whether you’re leaving the kids at home with a babysitter for a night out, or spending a family-friendly “Noon Year’s Eve” together, there are many great options for fun during the last days of 2017. Find some ideas to welcome in the new year below.
Consider focusing on a theme to help your young child develop speech and language skills during winter break. The "All about me" theme detailed here includes books, snacks, activities and field trips designed for both fun and helping to build your child's vocabulary.Read more
We’re still celebrating holidays and winding down the year, but Valentine’s Day is right around the corner! The February issue of Northeast Ohio Parent magazine will include great Valentine’s Day stories, local event listings, and more. And we’re asking you, our readers, to help us gather information for the issue! Using the form below, share your favorite way to celebrate Valentine’s Day — whether it’s with or without the kids — and you’ll be entered to win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Disney on Ice: Dare to Dream performance on January 6, 2018 at 11 a.m.
Fifty-four schools in Ohio will soon receive new water fountains, thanks to $200,000 in funding from the Delta Dental Foundation. The program is designed to encourage children to drink more water during the school day.
What gift do you give when you don’t know what to buy? Lots of people purchase gift cards. While these cards can provide a welcome solution to holiday season dilemmas, there are a number of rules you have to follow to make sure you get your money’s worth. Many of these rules relate to how fast you have to use the card and if the merchant can charge a fee against the card balance.
Children ages 6-12 are invited to spend their winter break school days off at the Lake County YMCA branches where they can enjoy time with friends, swim and discover something new. Dates and activities vary by location, but registration is now open for all branches.Read more