If your pet seems to be forgetting something they used to know, should you think “Back to School” for them? The short answer is: probably not.
Families can hold and touch real fossils at this science center in Akron. There are 17 exciting exhibits, interactive learning opportunities like fossil replica making and live animal encounters, and a 2-acre park with a 200-foot zip-line.
Homework may not be your child’s favorite part of the school year, but it’s no secret that completing those after-school assignments can lead to academic success. To help the students in your household develop good study habits and tackle their homework with confidence, set up at least one well-stocked study station within your home.
The start of the school year is a time filled with excitement and a little bit of nervousness, especially if your child is starting at a new school. Middle school can be a big change for many students and families. Real students reveal how the transition really works.
It's a teen takeover as Makayla writes the CLE Mama column for mom Sara Carnes — morning show co-host at 95.5 The Fish and Northeast Ohio Parent columnist. She provides valuable information to parents — from her perspective — about the benefits of teens having part-time jobs, along with great tips on how to support their decision and search.
Lead, a toxic metal found in the earth, is poisonous to humans and particularly harmful to children ages 6 and younger. Reducing your family’s risk for lead exposure and its harmful effects includes adding key items to your diet, examining and cleaning your environment, and proper testing and treatment.
Teens experiment with alcohol for a number of reasons. Some may drink to appear older or because of peer pressure. Others may begin using it because of low self-esteem, depression, anxiety or as a coping mechanism if they are facing challenging situations in their homes or at school. Teens — and their still developing brains — can be especially vulnerable to the dangers of alcohol abuse.