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Picking a Preschool Schedule

When enrolling your child in preschool, should you choose a full-day preschool schedule or a half-day preschool schedule?

Quick, Healthy Meals for Family Dinner

Wondering what to make for dinner that won't take too long and isn't unhealthy? We've got you covered with these six recipes.

Rubber Duck Stats, Fitbit Fails and More Fun Facts

Celebrate National Rubber Ducky Day, learn why your Fitbit might not be as helpful as you thought – plus factoids on new moms and parenting in Michigan.

Preschool Decision: Guide to Picking the Right Preschool for Your Child

Should you pick a cooperative, childcare-based, church-affiliated, Montessori or school district affiliated program? Get a bit of insight.

Holiday Magic Parade in Royal Oak

For yet another season, the magical parade returns to downtown Royal Oak. Join the fun and celebrate with your family on Nov. 20, 2016.

Cool Places for Kids with Special Needs to Get Fit

Encourage your child with special needs to lead a healthy lifestyle. Check out these two southeast Michigan spots where they can work out and have fun, too

Resources and Programs for Adults with Special Needs

There are several resources in Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Wayne counties for adults with special needs. Find details here.

What is Bacterial Meningitis?

Learn about bacterial meningitis, how to identify the signs and symptoms of meningitis and how to prevent bacterial meningitis in kids.

Special Needs Kids Summer Fun Activity Tips for Parents

Whether a yard, beach, park, mall or tent of blankets, find 10 ways to create memories and meaning for kids with special needs.

What's Killing Creativity in Kids?

Why is pretend play, open ended fun and artistry on the decline with children? And what can parents can do to nurture it at home and beyond?

How to Ride a Bike

Discover the three important things you should know to help your kids say goodbye to training wheels.

Old-Fashioned Education

Ten reasons why we had it better than our kids in school – including less homework, kick-butt recess and more.
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