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Prepare a Homemade Mother’s Day Brunch at Home Get the recipes for pancakes, sticky buns and cocktails from Savory Experiments' Jessica Formicola

Just in time for Mother’s Day, Baltimore-based food blogger Jessica Formicola of Savory Experiments shares some easy recipes for an at-home Mother’s Day brunch. Formicola left her job as a psychotherapist to pursue her passions: family, food and travel. Jessica aims to make family meals taste restaurant quality using the …

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Port Discovery Children’s Museum and Maryland 529 Team Up to Jumpstart a Child’s Future

Port Discovery Children’s Museum and Maryland 529 Team Up to Jumpstart a Child’s Future

Port Discovery Children’s Museum and Maryland 529 are helping children envision their future creatively and financially. The museum and college savings nonprofit recently launched its “Start Your Journey Sweepstakes” that will reward one winner $529 toward a new or existing Maryland College Investment Plan Account from Maryland 529, as well …

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Improving Reading, Writing and Math Skills for Children with Learning Differences

Students with learning differences can overcome a range of difficulties. These challenges include attempting to learn academic subjects, follow instructions, carry out multipart or multistep visual or verbal directions, or comprehend, express or retain information. In my article “Improving Reading Skills” in the March 2021 issue of Baltimore’s Child, I recommended …

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Show Your Appreciation for Teachers Teachers had to rethink everything this year. Let's rethink how we thank them.

The 2020-2021 school year will be long remembered — without nostalgia. Whether your child’s school was held online or followed a hybrid schedule, education was tough for parents, students and teachers alike. Early childhood educators were asked to teach kids they’d never met in person. Kindergarten teachers had to capture …

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Pretty in Pink (and White) How carnations became the official Mother’s Day flower

The week surrounding Mother’s Day is easily the busiest for Maryland florists such as Lord Baltimore Florist and Tracy Callahan, owner of Bethesda Florist in Bethesda, Maryland. He says that business booms because the holiday connects with anyone. “Everyone has a mom,” Callahan says. Mother’s Day is the most popular …

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