Creating a reading corner or book nook is a great way to encourage your little reader. We’ve asked experts to weigh in on how you can build a book nook for your child, no matter what kind of space or budget.
How does your family celebrate the holiday season? Is there a special recipe you bring out this time of year, a craft you like to make or a game your family plays? Share your holiday traditions for a chance to be featured in the December issue of Northeast Ohio Parent!
Today, on Veterans Day, Nov. 11, we celebrate those who are have served and fought for the U.S. It's important to recognize and thank the men and women in the military service, along with their families. We provide ideas on how kids can thank a veteran and some local resources.
While the center remains closed until further notice to protect its resident birds from avian influenza, the staff created this behind-the-scenes video to show you what they've been up to.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Learn all about wild turkeys at a nature center, go on a storybook walk, make a upcycling craft, attend a World Kindness Day event and more!
The guide provides resources on what parents need to know about teen life in high school, study habits to keep your student on track, teen reading recommendations and more!
On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner, is joined by sports psychologist and orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Dan O’ Neill, to talk about the lack of physical activity, childhood obesity and plummeting activity levels in kids. He shares how parents can get their kids excited about being more active.
Sponsored content — Through the Salvation Army and the Walmart Angel Tree program, you can help a local child have a present or two to open this Christmas.
Looking for family-friendly fun this month? Check out these activities and events in Northeast Ohio. Go on an owl prowl, explore winterland at the Cleveland Public Library, attend a Santa Parade and more!
Sara Carnes, Northeast Ohio Parent columnist, shares a few ways to introduce different cultures to your kids.
The Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center at Lake Metroparks' Penitentiary Glen Reservation rehabilitates up to 100 native bats each year. Watch this video for a sneak peek at a few of the many things staff does to care for the bats and ensure they're ready to be released, including hand feeding and flight testing.
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