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How to Prepare Your Kids to Welcome a New Sibling

Another baby on the way is a happy time for parents — kids, however, might have mixed feelings. Here are some ways to share the news and help your children

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Help Kids Conquer Common Childhood Fears

It’s typical for kids to be afraid of the dark, feel especially shy or fearful around new people, or tell their parents they cannot fall asleep because monsters are under the bed. How can you address common childhood fears without exacerbating the problem? Also, when should a parent be concerned that a common fear has become a phobia? ...
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Kids & Food Allergies: A Proper Diagnosis is Key to Treatment

From nutrition to how we celebrate special occasions, food plays such an important role in our daily lives. For those living with a food allergy or food intolerance, meals and treats have to be planned much more cautiously.  ...
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Crocker Kids — Carnival Fun Set for Next Tuesday!

Be sure to join us on July 16 for the next event in our Crocker Kids summer series. The free event, from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Crocker Park in Westlake, will feature music fun with Jesse Jukebox, as well as interactive crafts, prizes, giveaways, glitter tattoos and much more! ...
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Podcast Episode #30: Is Your Child Ready to Leave the Nest?

Your child made it: he or she finished 13 years of school and graduated! You have prepared them for the academics they will face in college and their dorm room is going to be decked out with all the comforts of home. But are they really ready? Podcast host Miriam Conner speaks with Daniel Horne and Laura Scarnecchia, who share tips for helping your child prepare mentally and emotionally for college or life away from home. ...
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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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Sounds of Summer: Free Outdoor Concerts in Cleveland & Akron

Featuring, pop, rock, reggae, funk, disco, jazz, blues, country, tribute bands and more, many free, family-friendly concert series are underway across the region. Find a lineup of outdoor concerts taking place all summer long, as well as insight from city and park officials on some of the most popular events. ...
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MLB All-Star Game’s PLAY BALL PARK Festival in Cleveland July 5-9

All eyes are on Cleveland this July as we host the 2019 MLB All-Star Game. An exciting part of the All-Star festivities this year will be PLAY BALL PARK, an

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Pinecrest Play Days — Fun With Fitness is Next Tuesday!

Join us on July 9 for Pinecrest Play Days — Fun with Fitness from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at Pinecrest in Orange Village. Citizen Yoga will teach a free kids yoga class from 11:15 a.m.-noon. There also will be interactive crafts, games, prizes, giveaways, glitter tattoos and much more! ...
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Fourth of July Activities in Northeast Ohio

Find things to do with your family to celebrate Independence Day, whether it’s a parade, fireworks or a local festival. Check out these great events taking place today and throughout the week in the greater Cleveland/Akron area. ...
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