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Registration Open for Education & STEM Expo 2019

Registration is now open for the free Education & STEM Expo 2019, which takes place on Sunday, October 6, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Acacia Clubhouse at Cleveland Metroparks, located in Lyndhurst. This can't miss education event will let visitors meet with dozens of schools under one roof, as well as engage in STEM activities and crafts, win prizes, catch a bubble show by Dr. U.R. Awesome, and more. ...
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GLSC Brings Programming to Cleveland Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers

Great Lakes Science Center is bringing its STEM programs to four different Neighborhood Resource and Recreation Centers this year. GLSC will present 20 total days of programming over the course of the next 12 months, with the location moving each quarter to spend a week at a different neighborhood center. ...
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Area Reading Programs Help Kids Avoid the Summer Slide

“Summer slide” refers to the learning loss that occurs when children do not engage in educational activities, especially reading, during the summer months. Learn things to do at home to avoid the summer slide, as well as reading programs offered by many local libraries and organizations. ...
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Four Area Groups Merge to Form Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio

Four area Boys & Girls Clubs — Cleveland, Erie County, Lorain County and the Western Reserve (Akron) — are merging to form Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeast Ohio. It is one of the largest Boys & Girls Clubs mergers in the U.S., as the merging clubs serve 8,500 kids at 36 sites. ...
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2019 Northeast Ohio Parent Choice Awards Winners: Health, Learning & More

During the nomination period in March and the final voting period in May, we asked our readers and online followers to weigh in on their favorite family-friendly spots — local businesses, attractions, family services and more. Here are the winners and finalists for our fourth annual Parent Choice Awards in the “Health, Learning & More” theme. ...
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Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center Parent Tip of the Week

How Can I Help My Child Become a Good Reader?

Learning to read can be challenging for children. Fortunately, research is now available that suggests how to give each child a good start in reading. When parents help their children learn to read, they help open the door to a new world. ...
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My Child is a Hacker? Help!

Hollywood has done a tremendous job at glorifying the mysterious, mischievous life of a computer hacker. It is easy to see how a child with a passion for electronics could be persuaded into believing this perception is a reality. We take a look at how parents help their amateur hackers avoid pitfalls and find success. ...
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School of the Week: Old Trail School

Old Trail School is a co-ed, independent day school for children age 2 through grade eight, dedicated to creating a distinctive culture where each child feels known and cared for. Its 62-acre campus in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park provides the perfect setting for purposeful, intentional curriculum and a meaningful student experience. ...
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6 Ways to Take Learning Outside this Summer

What do you think of when you hear “the perfect summer day?” Perhaps sunshine, a long hike, and a warm campfire come to mind. With the school year ending and

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Cleveland Metropolitan School District, ZENworks Yoga Helping Students Pause, Breathe and Reset

These days there’s a different kind of yoga class for just about everyone, but what about yoga for preschoolers? That’s exactly what ZENworks Yoga is offering in several Cleveland Metropolitan

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