January 2017

January 2017

2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting Summer Camps

Camp Starts Here: Leave the Devices at Home

At summer camp, kids are encouraged to interact with something other than a screen. Instead, time is spent outside running, jumping and playing with other kids. Consider these reasons why every tech-savvy child should embark on this adventure. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting Worth Noting

17 Ways to Stop Yelling at Your Kids

For many, yelling has become a normal part of the daily routine, but studies show it can be harmful to adolescents — and children of all ages are likely to tune out reprimands or requests if mom or dad yell too often. Next time you feel the urge to shout, keep your cool with these 17 ways to yell less. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Education Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting

Tips to Help Your Child in the Second Semester of College

Freshman year of college is the first time most students are away from mom and dad for a significant stretch of time — and they're also adjusting to roommates, college food, exams and more. Learn how to help your teen finish the year strong. ...
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2017 Editions Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting

Ways to Inspire Your Child’s Interests

Children are open to new ideas, trying different things, and exploring. So how do you encourage them? You don’t need to spend a lot (or any!) money to nurture your child’s imagination and interests. Here are some ideas to inspire your children to pursue their current interests and discover some new ones. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Food January 2017 Magazine Parenting

Packing Green: Banish Paper and Plastics for an Eco-Friendly School Lunch

It's not hard to make school lunch packing healthier, easier and better for the planet. Free your child’s lunch from the mid-school year doldrums and go green with these tips. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Education Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting

Ditch Middle School Drama: Help Your Child Rise Above Social Pressure and Bullying

Today's kids often see bullying in writing — and their peers can, too, thanks to social media. While it’s impossible to shield your child completely from these mean behaviors, there are some ways to help your middle-schooler deal with bullying issues. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Education Featured January 2017 Magazine Parenting

Open the Door to Preschool

Picking the right preschool program and making sure your child is prepared can be stressful, especially since this may be their first experience being away from home. It's important to know the type of program you are looking for, as well as what features are a priority. Narrow down your list with these six important factors. ...
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2017 Editions Education/Schools Featured January 2017 Latest News Magazine Promotions

School Open House Listings for the 2016-17 School Year

Private schools all across Northeast Ohio offer families opportunities to visit their campuses. Parents and students can ask questions, meet faculty and see if the school is the right fit. Check out these schools in the Greater Cleveland area for open houses and private tours. ...
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