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Tips for Reducing Screen Time for Kids

  As we celebrate Safer Internet Day on Tuesday, Feb. 7, we take a look at screen time of all kinds—and how reduced screen time...

Choosing a Pediatrician

Being pregnant with a new baby is exciting and a little scary. Before your baby is born, you may feel overwhelmed with information and...
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How to Talk to Kids about Homelessness

What You Need to Know As of 2019, more than half a million people experienced homelessness in the United States, according to the Annual Homeless...
A snowman made from a sock. It has little button eyes. How cute!

Kids Snowman Craft DIY

Making a snowman is a highlight of the winter season, however, in lieu of snow, rice will do. Here’s how you and your child can...
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What to Remember When Packing for Camp

Every year, the highlights of camp season are different. A new friend made, a new hobby discovered or perhaps a new favorite food. But...
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When to Register Your Child for Camp

It may not be the first thing that comes to mind as the snow begins to pile up in the Mid-Atlantic, but winter may...
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Coding: A Good Career Path for Autistic Children?

For parents of autistic children, “learn to code” is not a snarky rejoinder to the absence of computer skills. It’s a legitimate suggestion for...

Editor’s Picks: Life-sized magnetic play, social emotional learning and more

Silence A wordless picture book where endless narrations are possible. A silent journey through nature and different landscapes allows kids to create their own adventure....

5 Tips for Healthy Holiday Eating the Whole Family Will Enjoy

For the winter holidays, many Baltimore families gather to celebrate, make lasting memories and enjoy scrumptious comfort foods. While indulging in platters of rich,...