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Resources for Parents

We will be updating this list throughout the COVID-19 crisis. If you have information on an important resource for families or ways that parents and children can help their community, please email our editor Jessica Gregg at jgregg@midatlanticmedia.com. School Resources Check these websites for academic information and other resources provided …

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Music legend Laurie Berkner to host free educational concerts

From her house to yours! Kids’ Music Legend Laurie Berkner Invites Families To Join Her For Live “Berkner Break” Concerts Stuck inside right now? Legendary children’s musician Laurie Berkner is here to help kids and parents find a routine, get up and move, and learn and play together. And it’s …

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12 Sites for Homeschooling Parents We know that balancing working from home and working to ensure your children are still learning, active and engaged is not going to be easy. But as parents, we can rise to the challenge. We’ve rounded up a few ideas to help you navigate this …

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Mothering in Uncertainty

Note: Our staff is currently putting together our April issue, which will focus on sports, health and fitness. As we write, design and edit, much of what we are covering is being cancelled. This is our editor’s letter for that issue. I sat down to write this on Thursday as …

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Working From Home With Kids

Tips on sharing the space and making the most of the day Starting today, area public schools are closed, and many companies as well as state offices are allowing their workers to telecommute. If you’re going to be working from home with kids in the house, your new normal may …

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Preparing Your Child for Kindergarten

Some of the most dramatic brain development occurs during the first three years of a child’s life. During this critical time children are acquiring their ability to think, speak, learn, and reason. According to the US Department of Education, the best way to nurture these young minds is to read …

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