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"Build It!" runs through Sept. 4 at the Great Lakes Science Center. The special exhibit offers three hands-on phases, the first of which currently features castle-themed activities, including a virtual catapult and a giant castle with secret passageways. Visitors can design their own castles and courtyards. The exhibit also features educational displays about the real medieval era, Lego mosaics on display, and a stop-motion animation station so kids can create their own mini "Lego Movie." ...
Ryan Craig, captain and left wing for the Cleveland Monsters, his wife, Jaydee, and the couple's three children have had a very busy year. Along with his hockey teammates, Ryan celebrated the Monsters winning the American Hockey League’s Calder Cup Championship last June — and his family was along with him for the ride. Find out how the Craig family celebrated the win and why they love living in Northeast Ohio. ...
Asya Akkus, eighth-grader at Gilmour Academy, moved her fingers gracefully across the keys of the new Steinway grand piano during a welcoming ceremony.
If your children are unable to celebrate the holidays with their grandparents — whether it's due to distance, illness or living in a nursing facility — they can still show their love and bring some fun to the occasion. Here are five gifts every grandparent will love, local or long distance. ...
Create a book nook with your kids and have them curl up with these reading recommendations from local libraries, authors, moms, and Northeast Ohio Parent editors and writers. These books are parent- and library-tested to help you kick off your family’s book season. ...
Before your baby’s first tooth to their last, going to the dentist should be a priority in every child’s — and parent’s — life. Here are some tidbits about the teething experience and where to go as your kids grow into their adult molars. ...
It’s not uncommon for children to misbehave or be defiant when following rules set by parents or other authority figures. While some defiance is typical, extreme or excessive actions can be symptoms of a larger issue such as Oppositional Defiant Disorder. ...
We asked readers to nominate moms and dads who are going above and beyond — sometimes, despite challenges of their own — not just for their family, but for their community as a whole. Read their stories here. ...
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