From learning to drive to managing school, sports and a social life, your teen is doing a lot these days. Northeast Ohio Parent magazine Editor Angela Gartner shares how she finds ways to connect with her high schooler.
Kayla Lupean, a single adoptive mom and founder of Play Maysie, talks about parenting solo, navigating an open adoption and helping youth in foster care.
With the beginning of November comes the start of the holiday season. Get in the thankful spirit all month long with the following Thanksgiving-themed events taking place throughout the Greater Cleveland and Akron area.
Candy + chemistry = an explosively good time! When candy oxidizes, it produces thermal, sound and light energy. This makes for an impressive experiment, as you can see in this Great Lakes Science Center video.
The leaves are falling but there's still time to see the last of the array of fall colors around Northeast Ohio. If you're looking to get out this weekend, many area parks offer stroller-friendly options for families.
A pediatrician offers advice on how to keep kids safe from germs at school, especially with cold and flu season in full swing.
The November issue of Northeast Ohio Parent has arrived! Check it out on newsstands, or view the digital edition! Find the High School Guide inside. Plus, Kayla Lupean's adoption story, early holiday events in Northeast Ohio and kid-friendly Thanksgiving games and more!
If your family is in the mood for some early festive fun, you’re in luck. There are plenty of holiday happenings taking place throughout November and into early December in the greater Cleveland/Akron area.
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Are you considering a new high school school for your child? Consult the High School Guide for a listing of Northeast Ohio private and other school options for your child’s next educational step.
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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