Today's Family columnist Stacy Turner shares a recent experience where her middle school aged daughter was forced to go out of her comfort zone to make a big change in the lunchroom.
Located on Memphis Avenue in Brooklyn, Ohio, the 66-year-old park continues the tradition of bringing families together for fun and excitement.
RoboBots is a combat robotics program for high school students with the goal of giving them real world manufacturing experience while building and competing their robot in a tournament.
Snapology offers classes, indoor play, birthday parties and summer camps and features thousands of LEGO®, K’Nex, Bionicle and mosaics with space to roam, explore, build and create.
Mentor Heisley Racquet & Fitness Club makes fitness fun for children and adults through sports, swimming, aerobics and yoga classes matched with personal training and positive staff support.
Offers new challenges for gifted or high performers in math. And for underperforming students, they may be just what they need to become more engaged in their math and to gain confidence.
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Teaching kids to apologize with sincerity helps them learn lessons in empathy, nurturing and forgiveness. Here are some tips to help your child learn to make meaningful apologies.
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Columnist Stacy Turner shares her thoughts on transporting the kids to art class, karate, track practice and more!