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Ready to Wander? Traverse City Is Your Spring Destination

As families emerge from winter hibernation, thoughts turn to delightful spring travel. What better place to get away with the whole family than Traverse City?

4 Ways To Use Pantone’s Color of The Year

The Pantone Color Institute Announced the 2021 color of the year. Local influencer @PrettyGirlPeeps offers four fun ways that you can use "Illuminating" in your home

Growing Little Green Thumbs: Three Plants Kids Can Grow

The mom behind The Montessori Millennial blog offers information on three starter plants that kids can easily care for and grow.

Building a Charcuterie for Kids

Charcuterie boards are all the rage, but how do you build one that kids will love, too? Will Werner of Mongers' Provisions in Detroit and Ferndale offers his tips.

Meet the 2021 Metro Parent CoverKid Winner

We sifted through photos submitted to our CoverKids Contest prior to the COVID pandemic and picked Solana Pullen as the 2021 CoverKid. Read more about her, here.

10 Events in Southeast Michigan to Celebrate Women’s History Month

Your family can learn about the wonderful women who impacted Michigan and world history in order to celebrate all month long at these Women's History Month events.
Macomb County Early College

What You Need to Know About Macomb County’s Early College Program

Students enrolled in Macomb County's Early College program graduate high school with an associate degree. Get details — including how to get your kid involved.

How to Start a Book Club for Kids

For kids, reading clubs can improve reading skills and is a fun group setting for bonding with friends. Here's how parents can start book clubs for kids.

How to Identify a Quality ABA Program

Because ABA therapy is so important to the child or teen with autism, quality matters. An expert at Healing Haven shares top questions parents should ask when considering an ABA provider.

Family Fun Things to Do This Weekend in Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Looking for some family fun virtual things to do while at home or as things open up? Check out our list of events and other things to do this weekend.
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COVID-19 Outbreaks at Michigan Schools

The state of Michigan is tracking outbreaks at our schools and colleges. Here are the latest COVID outbreaks at schools in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor.
Addressing racism in kids books and movies

How to Address Racism in Kids’ Books and Movies

Sometimes kids' media isn't as sweet as it seems and feature instances of intolerance. Here's what to do if you encounter racism in kids' books and movies.