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Party Like It’s 2021

After a year of car parades and Zoom parties, kids are looking forward to the return of in-person birthday celebrations with family and friends. If your party-planning skills are a little rusty, don’t panic. We’re sharing tips and ideas to make your child’s big day fun for everyone. One of …

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Eco-Anxiety & Kids

Extreme weather events, a result of human-induced changes to our global climate, are happening more frequently — and they’re causing many kids to worry about the future of our planet. Find out how to help ease your child’s fears about climate change. As a parenting coach, Rachel Duffy spends her …

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Get Reading, Get Moving!

Discover stories to nurture your child’s healthy body, mind and spirit. Board Books ‘Bathtime for Little Rabbit’ illustrated by Jörg Mühle Make taking a bath fun for your little one. This interactive book encourages good hygiene routines. Your child will delight in helping rabbit get clean. ‘My Art Book of …

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No Comparisons: Measuring Children’s Development During the Pandemic

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, child development specialist Dr. Mary L. O’Connor Leppert has noticed a significant drop in referrals to the Maryland Infants and Toddlers Program, the state’s early intervention program. Referrals have also declined at Kennedy Krieger Institute, where clinicians diagnose and treat pediatric developmental, behavioral …

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Nurturing Children’s Love for Theater

I was spoiled growing up, at least when it came to experiencing theater. My grandparents lived in New York City, a short car or bus ride away from magical Broadway. Walking on the busy city streets and witnessing the sparkling lights and enormous skyscrapers were tremendously theatrical experiences in and …

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