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2017 Editions Featured Magazine March 2017 Things to do Worth Noting

‘Please Touch’ at Akron Art Museum

The “Please Touch” exhibit at the Akron Art Museum, which opened March 2, offers the added dimension of touch to the traditional museum experience. Visitors can explore artwork with their hands as well as their eyes. Inspired by childhood games, puzzles and lift-the-flap books, regional artists put on display touchable pieces that visitors can manipulate as they create meaning out of the work in their own way. ...
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2017 Editions Education Featured February 2017 Magazine Technology Worth Noting

Student Spotlight: High School Senior Creates 3D Animations for Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Hernan Rincon, a senior at Montessori High School at University Circle, created a 3D solar system for everyone to enjoy at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. Hernan worked at the museum’s Shafran Planetarium, where he developed computer animated 3D models of the solar system, as part of his school’s internship program. ...
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2017 Editions Ages & Stages Featured February 2017 Food Health Magazine Worth Noting

Study Shows Early Introduction of Peanuts can Curb Allergies

The National Institutes of Health is aiming to significantly reduce peanut allergies with new guidelines that call for introducing peanut products to infants. A study prompting the new guidelines found that regular consumption of peanut products in early life is a good thing. ...
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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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2016 Editions Ages & Stages December 2016 Featured Magazine Parenting Worth Noting

Expert Advice for Parents, from the First Tooth to Adult Molars

Before your baby’s first tooth to their last, going to the dentist should be a priority in every child’s — and parent’s — life. Here are some tidbits about the teething experience and where to go as your kids grow into their adult molars. ...
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2016 Editions Ages & Stages December 2016 Magazine Parenting Resources Special Needs Worth Noting

Get Children’s Toys on Loan

If you're looking for toys and resources for kids, consider United Disability Services in Akron. Its Toy and Resource Center loans developmental toys and resource materials to anyone working with a child birth to age 6 with special needs or a child developing typically. ...
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5 Gift Ideas to Celebrate Grandparents Day

by Sarah Lyons

There is nothing more heartwarming than a gift made by a child — and it’s an affordable, fun way to say thank you and celebrate.
Celebrate National Grandparents Day (Sept. 11 this year) by honoring the grandparent in your kids’ lives with some of the following ideas:

Tasty Treats

Kids love to help out in the kitchen, so why not put together some tasty treats? Get the kids involved in the baking and put together a plate of cookies. If Grandma and Grandpa have a special diet, there are many healthy options.

Prints

All you need is a child’s cooperation, some paint and a little creativity to make a gift. Handprints, fingerprints and even footprints can be used to make a variety of crafts and art. Try putting your child’s prints on an apron, ornament, tea towel, oven mitt or T-shirt.

Utilize Beads

Beads are an affordable and versatile craft item that can be used for a variety of gifts. Small children can string beads on a pipe cleaner to make an ornament or necklace. Older children can make personalized jewelry or key chains.

Frame it

Photos make a favorite gift for a grandparent. Get kids involved in picking out favorite photos from the past year and putting them into a collage with handmade drawings or a poem. Try making a scrapbook page that can be framed for a special gift. Picture frames can be made with popsicle sticks or clay, or an existing frame can be painted or decorated with craft supplies.

Personalized Gifts

Talk to your child about their grandparents’ favorite hobbies and tailor the gift to their interests. For example, use permanent markers to decorate golf balls for the golf lover, decorate a plain coffee mug, create a special bookmark for a bookworm, or use fingerprints to decorate wooden utensils.

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Early Reading — 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten

Introduce reading to your child and keep track of your progress with this free program. Families can read a book (any book) to their newborn, infant, and/or toddler, according to 1000 Books Foundation in Nevada, which supports the early literacy initiative. The goal is to have read 1,000 books (families can repeat books) before your child starts kindergarten. This ongoing, self-directed program provides opportunities to earn rewards at these participating libraries. ...
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