March 2017

March 2017

2017 Editions Ages & Stages Magazine March 2017

‘Timeout’ with Cavs Academy Head Coach Kendall Chones

Kendall Chones has Wine & Gold in his DNA. His father, Jim Chones, a Cavaliers Legend and current Cavs Radio Network color analyst, raised him to have moral values, love Cleveland and the game of basketball. After playing college basketball at Colgate University, Kendall has spent the past almost 10 years playing professional basketball and coaching throughout Europe. read more

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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017 Parenting

#CLEMAMA: Connect with your Kids Thanks to these Conversation Starters

Sometimes I just find myself a little disconnected. I try to stay hip and in the know with all the kids’ stuff, but it’s tough to keep up. So how do you meet kids where they are in order to communicate? read more

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6 Ways to Survive the Final Months of Winter

It’s mid-March right now and it’s snowing outside as I am writing this because: Ohio. I thought I saw a glimpse of spring a few weeks ago. It was beautiful, sunny, and temps were in the 60s and 70s! Then the next day Mother Nature laughed in our faces and the weather dropped 30 degrees and it snowed. read more

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    2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017

    All Sides of the Summer Camp Counselor

    Summer camp counselors do more than lead the pack of kids in their charge. They become role models for campers to lean on throughout the camp journey. For teen counselors, it can provide a unique experience, whether they become a full-time counselor or special helper, such as volunteers at Lake Metroparks or Great Lakes Science Center. These counselors learn the art of creative thinking and how having a positive outlook can lead to a rewarding summer camp experience for all. read more

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    2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017

    Head-to-Toe Teen Style Guide

    Figuring out exactly what is and isn’t trendy when it comes to teen fashions can be tricky — that’s why we've taken the guesswork out of refreshing your teen’s style. We talked to fashion experts to find out what teens will be wearing this spring. Here's a hint: t-shirts and jeans are always in — just with a little different style this season. ...
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    2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017 Parenting

    A Tale of Teen Dating

    In what seems like the blink of an eye, tots become teenagers. Though some may be unwilling, parents now have to embrace their child’s new stage of development — teen dating. However, it doesn’t have to be a nail-biting experience for mom and dad when approached with curiosity and candid conversation. ...
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    2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured Magazine March 2017 Parenting

    Nighttime Phone Etiquette Guide for Kids

    After kids finish their homework and have eaten dinner, are they allowed to use their smartphones? The phone etiquette rules for during school hours and even after school are fairly clear, but where should parents draw the line at nighttime? Learn some helpful tips for setting reasonable expectations when it comes to phone use at night. ...
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    2017 Editions Featured Health Magazine March 2017

    Toxic Beauty: Safe ways to Keep your Makeup Fresh

    You can protect yourself using these guidelines for an average shelf life limit on your favorite makeup items. read more

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