Between sports, performing arts, tutoring and more, there are many options for activities to fill your child’s time after the last school bell rings. Check out the following programs that
While many parades, fireworks displays and festivals are postponed or canceled this year due to COVID-19, there are some activities still taking place. Check out these events happening during the holiday weekend in the greater Cleveland/Akron area. ...
Winter break means many kids will spend time relaxing at home, hanging out with friends and playing with their new toys. There will be lots of family time, too. It's a perfect time for kids to spend extra time with their grandparents. Here are 25 ways to make a day with grandparents extra special. ...
As with any organized activity for young children, parents never can be sure what to expect. However, Northeast Ohio Parent columnist Jason Lea has come to appreciate several things about raising a karate kid. ...
Until now, feeding your baby has been your job. However, as your baby gets older, your little one will want to do this more and more on their own. Now that they’re joining the rest of the family for meals, older babies are ready — and often willing — to try more table foods. ...
'Tis the season for watching holiday movies with the family. No matter what your tastes, here are some great ideas to get you started. Bring on the popcorn and the cocoa, put on your fuzziest jammies and settle in for a winter’s night. ...
Looking to get your kids out of the house and engaged — with science, art, physical activity or other interests — while they are out of school during winter break? Consider these winter break camps and programs in the greater Cleveland/Akron area. ...
Northcoast Corn Creations, a gourmet popcorn shop located in Willoughby, provides employment training opportunities for students with autism and developmental disabilities. The shop offers a safe, constructive worksite for students who need to learn employability skills outside of the classroom. ...
Akron Children’s Museum in November welcomed local authors and community organizations in celebration of National Family Literacy Day. Museum visitors were treated to special appearances and interactive storytelling experiences with
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