Where is a sea star’s mouth? How do they move? And why does the animal care team at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium call them sea stars and not starfish? read
The Greater Cleveland area offers many options when it comes to preschool. If it's time to start considering which program would be the right fit for your child — and your family — begin your search for information by consulting our list of Northeast Ohio preschools.
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New this year is a virtual, online option, as well as a drive-through option at both in-person events. Connect with representatives from a variety of camps and summer program options. Find the event that fits your family.
Do you need to get outside in the fresh air? Here's a list of hiking activities happening this month around the region. Bundle up and join naturalists who will lead you on a winter wonderland adventure on the trails.
Find in-person or virtual activities for children who have special needs and their parents and families. Many events provide sensory-friendly and inclusive activities for all abilities. Check out the following happenings in the region.
With the beginning of 2021 upon us, it’s normal to start feeling some post-Christmas and holiday rush fatigue or the winter blues. Lindsay McCoy, an anchor and reporter for WFMJ-TV and Northeast Ohio Parent blogger shares with us how she organizes a strategy ahead of each week to make sure everything at home and work goes as smoothly as possible.
Sara Carnes, Northeast Ohio Parent columnist, made a list of things that she wanted to stick with this year. Some are personal goals, but others are more general that she thinks we all could use to stay motivated, healthy and thankful. Here are six goals she shared with us.
Local libraries and other family-friendly organizations in the region are offering parents and kids an opportunity to participate in activities from the comfort of their own homes. Children can sing, dance, listen to a story, do crafts and socialize in these fun, virtual events. Check out this list for the weekly opportunities.
Join the Children's Museum of Cleveland for a storytime about New Year's and other celebrations around the world. In this fun reading of the book "What Do You Celebrate?" children will learn about holidays and festivals in several countries around the world, including China, Israel, Ireland and Germany.
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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