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The Next Wave of Recess Renaissance

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Adaptive Playgrounds and Physical Education Programs Help Special Needs Students Be Their Best Selves... Read full article

ArtWeek MA Embraces Art for All with Many Family-Centric Events Across Massachusetts

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ArtWeek MA proudly presents family-friendly events that allow both parents and kids to explore their creative side by discovering and celebrating the arts with hundreds of experiences across Massachusetts from April 26 – May 5, 2019.... Read full article

Celebrating Native Americans

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Celebrate Native Americans in November.... Read full article

Raise Your Expectations of Your Child

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Why Growth Mindset Is the Most Important Measure of Success... Read full article

Boston History and Fun During Black History Month

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Put some history and fun into Black History Month in February. Boston offers some interesting sites for kids and adults alike. You'll learn a lot about the 19th-century African Americans who lived freely here while others were living in slavery.... Read full article

Autism's New Definition: What It Means for Families

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A proposed overhaul of the way autism is defined has some parents worried that their children's diagnoses and services are in jeopardy. But health providers say most kids will retain the diagnosis under the proposed guidelines. ... Read full article

The Benefits of Overnight Camp

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Here’s why you can sleep soundly while your kid’s at a sleepaway.... Read full article

"I Want It Now!" Why Kids Entitlement Attitudes are Today's Biggest Parenting Problem

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Parenting experts Richard and Linda Eyre discuss entitlement, the biggest challenge facing parents today.... Read full article

10 Easy Steps to Raising World Citizens

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10 Easy Steps to Raising World Citizens... Read full article

10 Talents of Parenting

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For some people, parenting seems to come easily. They play, respond to children's needs, understand children's feelings and trust themselves. The rest of us need to work at it a bit more. But that's OK, we don't have to all be naturals. Each of us ca... Read full article

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