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The secret of Santa is alive and well

Today's Family columnist, Stacy Turner, shares her experiences of her middle school daughters and keeping the secret of Santa alive.

Cultivating a love of reading among struggling readers

For some, reading is a vexing task that can result in feelings of inadequacy, frustration, and even tears. Here are some tips on how to foster a love of reading with all children.

Kids create their own adventure at the new Children’s Museum Cleveland

The renovated mansion almost looks like a larger-than-life dollhouse, which gives an air of magic as soon as you pull in to the parking lot. Here are 10 reasons to get excited!

Students practice to earn donations toward hurricane relief

10-year-old inspires school to raise money for hurricane victims

Wickliffe majorette proves that anything is possible

14-year-old Rachel Sumrada from Wickliffe High School overcame the obstacle of having a prosthetic leg and earned a spot as a majorette.

Mentor ATA Martial Arts builds confidence and develops important life skills

Kids and adults can build confidence, achieve personal goals, gain perseverance, and stay fit by training at Mentor ATA Martial Arts and Karate for Kids.

A parent's guide to holiday travel and staying healthy

Taking preventive steps and preparing in advance can help to ensure a healthy holiday for your children and your entire family.

Counting your blessings during times of tragedy and being a blessing for others in need

This month, while many thoughts rightly turn to giving thanks, it’s important to remember that many people have been affected by the tumultuous events of the past few months.

Four ways to teach your child resilience

Nobody’s life is without challenges and the need for resilience. The good news is, resilience is a skill that can be cultivated and taught to even the youngest of children.

Teaching children about diversity, equity and inclusion

How can we teach children to listen and learn to be open to something other than what they are used to in their families?


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