2018 Editions

2018 Editions

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Parent Tips for the First Two Weeks of Preschool

The first weeks of preschool are filled with a mix of excitement and nerves as your child learns the ropes of their new environment. Here are a few fun things you can do to help your child ease into their new routines and build confidence and independence. ...
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Northeast Ohio Storytimes & Activities for Kids, September 2018

Have fun this month with a visit to your local library, museum or area attraction, many of which offer storytimes, crafts, and other fun activities for young children. ...
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Editors Review: Dark Brown Puppy Huggaroo Weighted Lap Pad

My youngest son, who has difficulty sleeping at night, has a weighted blanket; however, he sometimes doesn’t want it on during the hot summer months. The dark brown puppy Huggaroo

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The Music Settlement Expands to Ohio City, Open House Set for Aug. 26

The community is invited to explore the new campus, located at the corner of Detroit Avenue and West 25th Street. Like its University Circle campus counterpart, the new facility offers early childhood education, arts for infants and toddlers, music therapy, and music instruction programs. ...
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Extras Help make the Difference

Don’t just talk the talk — walk the walk.

Those are the words that came to mind after meeting one of our listeners during a live remote broadcast of our

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Spar Wars: Get Fighting Siblings to Make Peace

Angelic images of smiling siblings make crowd-pleasing Facebook fodder, but the reality of life with two or more children is decidedly less picture-perfect. Toddler-age siblings clash more than six times per hour; siblings age 7 and younger fight, on average, every 20 minutes. Also, fights that get physical can leave lasting physical and emotional scars. If sibling fighting is stealing the peace in your household, read on for relief. ...
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Why it’s OK to ‘Spoil’ a Baby

Everyone has an opinion on how to handle a baby. Swaddle the baby. Don’t swaddle. Keep the baby in a bassinet in your room. Keep the baby in his

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30 Questions to Ask Your Kid Besides ‘How Was School?’

If you’re like most parents, the first thing you say to your children when you see them after school is likely, “How was your day?” If you're tired of one-word answers, tweak your question to be more open-ended, encouraging a more specific answer and giving you insight into your child’s world. ...
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Getting Ahead of the Game: Balancing Your Student Athlete’s School and Sports Schedule

Many families struggle to find a balance between their child’s academic and athletic schedule. It’s easy for school projects and homework to get lost in the shuffle of practices and game days. Stay organized this school year with tips from coaches and parents on how to help your child excel in the classroom and on the field. ...
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