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Things to do

Register for Milestones Autism Resources 2020 National Conference — Now Virtual

Registration is open for the Milestones Autism Resources 2020 National Autism Conference, which will take place June 11-16 as a complete virtual experience. The conference is designed for professionals as well as individuals with autism spectrum disorder and their family members. ...
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Things to do with kids in Ohio

Last Chance: Vote for Your Favorites in the 2020 Northeast Ohio Parent Choice Awards!

Today is the LAST DAY to vote for your favorites in our annual awards contest, which focuses on everything family-friendly in the region! Don't forget: by casting your vote and helping us find the best of the best in Northeast Ohio, you'll be entered to win a great local prize. ...
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Kids Percussion Program With Children’s Museum of Cleveland Staff

In this video, part of the Northeast Ohio Parent KidStream series, educators at the Children’s Museum of Cleveland offer a fun percussion lesson. read more

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Find an Escape in Augmented Reality

As I am wrapping up the final edits of this column, Ohio’s “stay at home” order was extended until May 1. Depending on when you are reading this and how

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Life Under a Log Nature Challenge

Northeast Ohio naturalist Marty regularly takes kids and parents on virtual adventures through the “Nature Challenge” video series on his YouTube channel. read more

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5 At-Home Ways to Celebrate Earth Week

Earlier this week, April 22 marked the 50th anniversary of the worldwide observance of Earth Day. 

While being under a stay-at-home order due to the coronavirus pandemic may change the

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Cleveland Metroparks Launches Online Nature Center

The Online Nature Center provides activities including crafts, coloring pages, scavenger hunts, trivia and more. The center offers resources for all ages, from kid-friendly crafts and outdoor adventures to nature guides and citizen science opportunities. ...
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GLSC Expands STEM Resources with Virtual Early Childhood Programming

Great Lakes Science Center launched a new virtual series of early childhood STEM programming videos to provide educators and families with a unique range of engagement options. Each video features a book that families can read along with, and a related experiment that can be conducted at home using common household items. ...
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Families are Going on Teddy Bear Hunts in Their Neighborhoods

A movement taking place across the U.S. has participants put teddy bears (or other stuffed animals) in windows that can be visible from the sidewalk or roadway. Kids and parents can safely play this scavenger hunt game of finding or counting stuffed animals they see by taking a drive or walk around the neighborhood. ...
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5 Top Cultural Institutions to Explore From Home

The following is an excerpt of an article from the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, written by Dahlia Fisher and Courtney Krieger. We’ve run this abbreviated version with permission; click

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