Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with the Children's Museum of Cleveland by creating a peace symbol — the dove — out of items typically found around the house.
The new year can be about setting goals, making plans and trying something different. If you have a child with autism spectrum disorder, 2021 may be the time to try
Northeast Ohio Parent magazine's special section provides helpful information just for women. In the upcoming issue, there's some exciting content that goes straight to the heart and body. Find out more.
The school seeks to educate students from preschool through eighth grade through an individual lens, igniting them with confidence and character, while developing academic responsibility and rigor in an interactive and innovative environment to ready them for the next chapter of their lives.
Schools are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and it's a great opportunity for family activities. From commemorative virtual programming to free admission to area attractions, there's plenty to do. Check the list to plan your family's day to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
At Creative Playrooms Montessori & Child Care Centers, they offer several programs designed to encourage all children to discover, grow, and explore while laying the foundation for a lifetime of learning.
Maltz Museum will honor the legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an all-day celebration. Visitors will receive free admission to tour the museum in-person or enjoy the online special programs. The virtual family-friendly activities including a "Stop the Hate" Essay Writing Workshop from Lake Erie Ink and "March Toward Freedom" an interactive family online event. Learn how to register or visit.
Connecting for Kids provides education and support to families with concerns about their child. It serves all families, including those children with and without formal diagnoses. Each month, it is offering Zoom educational programs, support groups, a Parent Match Program and other resources.
On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner is joined by sports psychologist and executive coach Dr Sam Maniar. Listen as Maniar answers questions and includes tips on how parents can prepare for events, allow kids to make mistakes, self-correct and more.
As schools, workplaces and many essential services moved online in Northeast Ohio, this past year highlighted the growing problem of digital exclusion: a crippling lack of access to the hardware, software, high-speed internet and technical skills necessary for success.
The Akron Zoo has launched a new weekly mini-series called "Panda Palace." The series features the zoo's resident red panda sisters — Coco, Lulu and Penny — as they prepare to make their big debut when Lehner Family Foundation Wild Asia opens this spring.
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