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Teaching Children to Value Diversity

Young children are naturally curious about differences.

Reading should be fun-damental

Columbus arts educator, author and all-around inspiration Mimi Brodsky Chenfeld shares more of her wisdom about raising happy, healthy, creative children:

The Parent Pulse

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Arts and entertainment for kids

The Beat's (a.k.a Jim Fischer) pick for April.
Energy for Everyone!

An exercise program for kids with special needs

From the bars to the balance beam to the tumbling mats, each circuit in Kidnetic Energy’s gymnastics class challenges students to test their skills and strength.
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Energy for Everyone!

An exercise program for kids with special needs

From the bars to the balance beam to the tumbling mats, each circuit in Kidnetic Energy’s gymnastics class challenges students to test their skills and strength.
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As Seen on TV

Summers camps are a place to try out new interests

When Lola Perez watches the TV show Dancing With The Stars now, she understands how hard the contestants are working.
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Take It from Tracy

The Power of Identification

It’s a new season but based on some recent events, a very old and frightening problem is on my mind: child abductions. It’s a nightmare scenario that can happen at any time of the year but as we celebrate spring and the opportunity to enjoy the outdoors, I really wanted to share with you some great information I discovered and recently reported on 10TV News, in a special “Family Safety” series.
Pediatric HealthSource

Kids with obsessive-compulsive disorder

Q: My son’s 9-year-old friend was recently diagnosed with obsessive-compulsive disorder, and I’m having a hard time explaining it to my son. What can I tell him to help him understand his friend’s behavior?
Pediatric HealthSource

Kids and exercise

Q: I want to motivate my children to start exercising, but I’m having a hard time. They claim to hate working out. How can I get them away from the screens and, even more than that, enjoy being physically active?
Vitamin Me

Finding That Balance

What is the biggest challenge women face today?
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