Festivals and events with inflatable moon bounces, slides, bouncy castles—you name—are highly popular with families—often these attractions are first on the list of kids’ activities. Now, they actually have a dedicated festival of their own. Bounce the Mall, the largest touring inflatable festival, will be in Maryland this weekend Oct. …Read More »
Get in the spirit of autumn with these end-of-summer and harvest festivals in September and October. Gather the whole family to celebrate changing leaves, delicious fall treats, community and outdoor fun in the Baltimore area. Maryland Renaissance Festival 1821 Crownsville Road, Annapolis | 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sept. …Read More »
According to the World Health Organization, vaccination prevents 3.5 million to 5 million deaths globally each year. Yet, in recent years the number of unvaccinated children has skyrocketed. We talked to pediatricians to find out why and to learn how parents can keep their kids safe. Due to the pandemic, …Read More »
This Weekend: Celebrate Clark’s Elioak 20th anniversary, 9/11 fallen heroes From kids' parades and workshops to breakfast events, these activities will keep you busy!
Good morning, Baltimore! Looking for some fun things to do with your kids this weekend? Here are just a few of the many events happening on Saturday and Sunday in the Baltimore area. For more events throughout the weekend, visit our events calendar at baltimorechild.com/calendar. Check back during the week …Read More »
When John Ramming imagined a therapy tool for children, he never thought he’d be presenting the idea to 19 specialists at Johns Hopkins Children’s Center. The 35-year Glyndon resident had been fundraising with the Carroll County Knights of Columbus for a Hopkins chaplain who was supporting hospitalized children from the …Read More »
Top 10 Family Events for September Explore books, fall fun and special events this season in and around the Baltimore area
Click the images below to download this Top 10 calendar as a PDF. This roundup of family events appears in the September 2022 issue of Baltimore’s Child.Read More »
The United States has seen an inflation in gun violence, with active shooter incidents becoming alarmingly more common in recent years. They increased from just three in 2000 to 40 in 2020, according to FBI data. Heartbreakingly, Americans are seemingly inundated with mass shooting scares and alerts, even in …Read More »
Help for Back-to-School Anxiety Students and parents may feel anxious at the start of a new school year and that’s OK. Here are some strategies for managing back-to-school anxiety.
It’s normal for students and parents to feel nervous at the start of the new school year. Kids may wonder, ‘Will I like my teacher? Will I make friends? Will I keep up with my studies?’ Parents, too, may echo their kids’ academic and social concerns, as well as feel …Read More »
Children have always had a special connection with animals. Nothing makes little ones light up more than the opportunity to visit with of their furry friends, from class field trips to the farm to family zoo excursions, or even just feeding ducks at the pond. Now you can make running …Read More »
It’s that time of year again, with Baltimore students of all ages starting a new school year. Families and their children are shopping for school clothes, supplies, backpacks, lunch boxes and everything they need to start the year off right. Families are always looking to get what their children …Read More »