September 2021

September 2021

Apple Season Begins

It's apple-picking time. Fill your baskets with the many varieties, enjoy the scenery, sip the cider and eat apple-flavored donuts, attend the festivities and much more. There's plenty to do across the region to celebrate everything apple. ...
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Open a Lunchbox & Discover a New Cuisine

Every student knows there is nothing better than taking a break and enjoying lunch before returning to the hustle and bustle of class  — but not all students look forward

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10 Teachable Ways to Welcome the New Kid At School

Being the new kid at school is a phenomenon many children will experience in their lives. Student mobility can be voluntary, especially with today’s environment and its many educational options, or involuntary, such as a change in a parent’s job or a move. Teach children to look for the new kids and reach out to them. ...
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View the 2021 Education Guide

The 2021 Education Guide focuses on relevant back-to-school topics like separation anxiety, at-home STEM spaces, creative offerings for lunchboxes, welcoming the new kids at school, area open houses, homeschool events and much more. ...
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7 Ways to Address Common House Clutter Complaints

Whether you are drowning in socks, consumed by crafts or just plain paralyzed with clutter, there is hope for home order. Professional organizer Ann Shenk, founder of Simple Spaces in

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Create a Makerspace for Your Kids at Home

Makerspaces have begun popping up in school classrooms, at libraries, and in local communities in recent years. They’ve become especially popular in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) classrooms, but they’ve also been popping up in homes. ...
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Crafts of the Harvest Season

It’s Fall. A time to explore. Eat. Create. Look to our gardens, fields, orchards and nature trails for a bountiful harvest of not only the season’s menu, but materials and inspiration for hands-on art projects and festive crafts. However simple or sophisticated, revel in these cooler months with a homemade masterpiece. ...
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Why Parents Should Check for Signs of Scoliosis Early

For preteens, at annual check-up visits, it is critical to watch for changes in the spine — especially during puberty. Dr. Lorena Floccari of Akron Children’s Hospital stresses the importance of getting kids checked for scoliosis and how a routine check-up can prevent irreversible changes of the spine.  ...
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Help Gamers Manage Screen Time

Gaming represents a huge market of more than $175 billion per year in revenue. In the U.S. recent studies show 83% of teenage girls play video games, while almost all

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