Baltimore's Child

Baltimore's Child A magazine for parents and families serving Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County and Howard County Please visit our website: www.BaltimoresChild.com

Founded January 1, 1983

Baltimore's Best Parenting Publication with News about Services and Resources for Parents in Anne Arundel, County, Baltimore City, Baltimore County, Carroll County, Harford County, Howard County.

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School culture, social issues, academics, COVID-19 procedures — there are a number of reasons why families consider chan...
05/10/2021

School culture, social issues, academics, COVID-19 procedures — there are a number of reasons why families consider changing schools. If your current school just isn’t working, check out this e-book on how to make a switch. In it, Columbia Academy shares how you can help your child make a smooth transition.

Get the E-book now at https://www.columbiaacademy.com/switch/
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School culture, social issues, academics, COVID-19 procedures — there are a number of reasons why families consider changing schools. If your current school just isn’t working, check out this e-book on how to make a switch. In it, Columbia Academy shares how you can help your child make a smooth transition.

Get the E-book now at https://www.columbiaacademy.com/switch/
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05/09/2021

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DisneyConcerts is inviting you to be their guest when “Disney Princess - The Concert” comes to The Lyric on Nov. 26. Tic...
05/06/2021
'Disney Princess - The Concert' Brings a Magical Evening to The Lyric - Baltimore's Child

DisneyConcerts is inviting you to be their guest when “Disney Princess - The Concert” comes to The Lyric on Nov. 26. Tickets go on sale tomorrow at 10 a.m. so don’t miss out on a magical night!

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/disney-princess-the-concert-brings-a-magical-evening-to-the-lyric/

Disney Concerts “Disney Princess – The Concert” will be performed at The Lyric in Baltimore on Friday, Nov. 26. Tickets go on sale May 7.

Students with learning differences can succeed at school. Hilda Coyne, a learning specialist with A-1 Evaluation and Tut...
04/29/2021
Improving Reading, Writing and Math Skills for Children with Learning Differences - Baltimore's Child

Students with learning differences can succeed at school. Hilda Coyne, a learning specialist with A-1 Evaluation and Tutoring, shares strategies and techniques to help facilitate reading, writing and math skills.

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/improving-reading-writing-and-math-skills-for-children-with-learning-differences/

Students with learning differences can succeed at school despite challenges to learn academic subjects and express information.

Help a teacher relax during Teacher Appreciation Week with a sugar scrub and whipped body butter made by you and your ch...
04/29/2021
Teacher Appreciation Gifts: DIY Sugar Scrub and Whipped Body Butter - Baltimore's Child

Help a teacher relax during Teacher Appreciation Week with a sugar scrub and whipped body butter made by you and your child. Amanda Smith of Bayside Beauty Handcrafted Soap, a producer of natural handcrafted soaps, shares recipes for these DIY gifts.

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/teacher-appreciation-gifts-diy-sugar-scrub-and-whipped-body-butter/

Help a teacher relax after a stressful year with teacher appreciation gifts of sugar scrubs and whipped body butter.

The 2020-2021 school year will be long remembered. Whether your child's school was held online or followed a hybrid sche...
04/28/2021
Show Your Appreciation for Teachers - Baltimore's Child

The 2020-2021 school year will be long remembered. Whether your child's school was held online or followed a hybrid schedule, education was tough for parents, students and teachers alike.

While a coffee shop gift card may have seemed expressive enough in past years, teachers who survived this challenging school year perhaps merit a bigger thank you during Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3-7), or at least one that employs even a fraction of the creativity and positive energy they were asked to bring to the classroom every day.

Explore some creative ways you and your child can express appreciation for those educators who gave it their all this school year.

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/show-your-appreciation-for-teachers/

Recognize the dedication of your child's teachers with memorable gifts for Teacher Appreciation Week (May 3-7).

The struggle to get more sleep is one to which most moms can relate. Good sleep can feel frustratingly elusive for mothe...
04/27/2021
A Rested Mom Is a Fulfilled Mom - Baltimore's Child

The struggle to get more sleep is one to which most moms can relate. Good sleep can feel frustratingly elusive for mothers, but it's not impossible to get a good night's rest. Find ways to boost the amount and quality of your slumber. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/a-rested-mom-is-a-fulfilled-mom/

Meghan Mattingly is up again. On most nights, one or both of her boys wakes up several times. “They both were out of cribs really, really early,” she says. And it keeps getting worse, “because they started just jumping out.” Mattingly has to deal with her own sleep issues, too. She frequentl...

With their fringed petals and clean smell, carnations may not seem as flashy or eye-catching as a bright orchid or a col...
04/27/2021
Pretty in Pink (and White) - Baltimore's Child

With their fringed petals and clean smell, carnations may not seem as flashy or eye-catching as a bright orchid or a colorful tulip. Yet for more than a century, carnations have been the official flower of Mother's Day. Find out how they became associated with the Mother's Day holiday. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/pretty-in-pink-and-white/

Learn how carnations became the official Mother's Day flower and what to consider when caring for this flowers at home.

April is traditionally dedicated to the subject of autism. In the past, the phrase "Autism Awareness Month" was used in ...
04/19/2021
Embrace Autism Acceptance Month - Baltimore's Child

April is traditionally dedicated to the subject of autism. In the past, the phrase "Autism Awareness Month" was used in connection with April, but Tom Flis, behavioral services manager at Sheppard Pratt, says that a current movement is aimed at focusing on autism acceptance. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/embrace-autism-acceptance-month/

Discover the significance of Autism Acceptance Month from Tom Flis, behavioral services manager at Sheppard Pratt.

"Fitness has been a savior for me, through all my stages of motherhood." Alycia Edwards of MOM BOD: Outdoor & Virtual Fi...
04/12/2021
Make Your Moves, Moms - Baltimore's Child

"Fitness has been a savior for me, through all my stages of motherhood." Alycia Edwards of MOM BOD: Outdoor & Virtual Fitness in MD/PA shares how regular fitness activities and movement can promote significant mental and physical benefits for moms. Read this issue's "My Turn" department. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/make-your-moves-moms/

Fitness instructor and mom Alycia Edwards shares that movement is therapy, particularly for the new moms among us.

Avoid the “Mom, I’m bored” comments this summer with Columbia Academy’s Summer Camp! Science experiments, arts and craft...
04/12/2021

Avoid the “Mom, I’m bored” comments this summer with Columbia Academy’s Summer Camp! Science experiments, arts and crafts, team-building activities, outdoor play, and more will keep your child engaged and learning (oh, and it’s also a lot of fun!). Register now! https://www.columbiaacademy.com/admissions/summer-camp-registration/
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Avoid the “Mom, I’m bored” comments this summer with Columbia Academy’s Summer Camp! Science experiments, arts and crafts, team-building activities, outdoor play, and more will keep your child engaged and learning (oh, and it’s also a lot of fun!). Register now! https://www.columbiaacademy.com/admissions/summer-camp-registration/
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Should parents of children with ADHD place their children in youth sports program? We spoke with Kennedy Krieger Institu...
04/09/2021
Are Youth Sports Beneficial for Children with ADHD? - Baltimore's Child

Should parents of children with ADHD place their children in youth sports program? We spoke with Kennedy Krieger Institute's Gerry Herman and Arman Taghizadeh MD for insight about youth sports and children with ADHD. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/are-youth-sports-beneficial-for-children-with-adhd/

Are youth sports beneficial for children with ADHD? Discover how children can benefit from the organizational structure youth sports provides.

Extreme weather events, a result of human-induced changes to our global climate, are happening more frequently. They're ...
04/06/2021
Eco-Anxiety & Kids - Baltimore's Child

Extreme weather events, a result of human-induced changes to our global climate, are happening more frequently. They're also causing many kids to worry about the future of our planet. Discover how to help ease your child's fears about climate change. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/eco-anxiety-kids/

Discover how to help ease your child's fears about climate change and its impacts on our environment and the planet.

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04/04/2021

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Catch up with our latest "Family Focus" program. We speak with Sean Elias, performing arts department chair and theater ...
04/02/2021
Baltimore's Child Family Focus: Friday, April 2, 2021 - Baltimore's Child

Catch up with our latest "Family Focus" program. We speak with Sean Elias, performing arts department chair and theater coordinator at Jemicy School, discusses how participation in theater arts can benefit children with learning differences. We also visit with Bridget Strickline at Wee Chic Boutique for a look at some children's gift ideas for Easter baskets. https://www.baltimoreschild.com/baltimores-child-family-focus-friday-april-2-2021/

On this episode of Baltimore's Child Family Focus, learn how participation in theater arts can benefit children with learning differences.

It’s never too early to read out loud to your child! Baltimore County Public Library has launched “1,000 Books Before Ki...
03/31/2021
Baltimore County Public Library Launches 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten to Build Early Literacy Skills - Baltimore's Child

It’s never too early to read out loud to your child! Baltimore County Public Library has launched “1,000 Books Before Kindergarten,” a new reading program for parents and caregivers to help children build early literacy skills before they start kindergarten.

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/baltimore-county-public-library-launches-1000-books-before-kindergarten-to-build-early-literacy-skills/

Baltimore County Public Library is helping kids develop early literacy skills through their new program "1,000 Books Before Kindergarten."

The FBI recently recognized a group of seventh- and eighth-grade students from Notre Dame Preparatory School with their ...
03/30/2021
FBI Recognizes Notre Dame Preparatory School Students for Cybersafety Awareness - Baltimore's Child

The FBI recently recognized a group of seventh- and eighth-grade students from Notre Dame Preparatory School with their national award for cyber safety.

https://www.baltimoreschild.com/fbi-recognizes-notre-dame-preparatory-school-students-for-cybersafety-awareness/

The FBI recently presented seventh- and eighth-grade students at Notre Dame Preparatory School with its national cybersafety award.

Watch the latest edition of our new video series Family Focus. In this episode, we journey to Baltimore County Public Li...
03/26/2021
Baltimore's Child Family Focus - March 26, 2021

Watch the latest edition of our new video series Family Focus. In this episode, we journey to Baltimore County Public Library for a look at some beloved children's books. Plus, our managing editor Michael Vyskocil meets with Baltimore children's book author Kevin O'Malley (kevin o'malley) and author and illustrator Susan Detwiler (Susan Detwiler Custom Artwork). Learn more about what it takes to write, illustrate and publish children's books.

Thank you to our sponsor, Baltimore County Public Library. Enjoy our program!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQRTbJcJdZw

Managing editor Michael Vyskocil hosts Baltimore's Child Family Focus. In this episode, you'll discover the top children's books of all times, courtesy of th...

Feed the whole family with made-from-scratch Italian! Available through carside carryout and delivery, @Carrabbas Family...
03/18/2021

Feed the whole family with made-from-scratch Italian! Available through carside carryout and delivery, @Carrabbas Family Bundles feed 4-5 people, starting at $34.99. For more info, visit www.carrabbas.com/offers/family-bundles.
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Feed the whole family with made-from-scratch Italian! Available through carside carryout and delivery, @Carrabbas Family Bundles feed 4-5 people, starting at $34.99. For more info, visit www.carrabbas.com/offers/family-bundles.
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