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Mentors Matter

Can you make an extraordinary commitment to a child? What can you do to positively impact the lives of youth in Frederick County? This January, National Mentoring Month, is a good time to think about mentoring. Frederick’s Child spoke with Tiffany Reinhardt, associate executive director of mentoring at The Y …

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Fun Science Experiments for Kids

Not only are STEM activities great fun for kids, but they’re also educational. Best of all, they don’t necessarily require special supplies. Grab your pretend lab coat and start growing some beautiful crystals with the following science experiment from Mad Science of Washington, D.C. Crystal Star Ornament What you need: …

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Looking for a Mentor? Look to Summer Camp

January is National Mentor Month. This month offers a great time to celebrate the positive relationships that are vital to a child’s development and well-being. Summer camps are ideal environments for fostering mentor relationships, according to the American Camp Association. The ACA, which works to preserve, improve and promote the …

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5 Tips for First-Time Overnight Campers

Whether you’ve attended summer camp as a child or whether your child is the first in your family to go to camp, sending your child to camp takes some preparation and planning. If your son or daughter will be attending overnight camp for the first time, you have a great …

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Holiday Happenings in Frederick County

holiday happenings in frederick county

COVID-19 may change the way you and your family celebrate the Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa this year, but there’s still fun to be had! We’ve compiled a list of local events and activities to put everyone in the holiday spirit. Happy Holidays from all of us at Frederick’s Child! Editor’s …

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