For Parents

Live Family Entertainment All Over the DMV This June

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Summer is here, and for our June issue, we have a special extended calendar packed full of summer fun for families! Enjoy festivals, movie...

Taking a Bite Out of Dental Inequity

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Parents and their children struggle to carve out time in their schedules for dental visits, meaning dental care can fall by the wayside when...

Rallying for Change

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Parents, teachers and child care providers across Washington D.C. have rallied against the proposed elimination of the Early Childhood Educator Pay Equity Fund in...

Broiled Chicken Deluxe ‘The Official Recipe of Father’s Day’

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By Tyneisha Lewis | Recipe by Kara Mae Harris Father’s Day is the day to show fathers and all the male figures in your life...

Talking About Foster Care with Kids and Teens

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May is National Foster Care Awareness Month, which creates an opportunity for parents and community members to learn about the struggles that children and...
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What Parents Should Bring to the Field

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Kids train hard to be prepared for their games, but parents have to be prepared, too. Before your junior star’s next game day, be...

5 Things My Mom is Still Teaching Me

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My mom died in 2004—one year after I got married and five years before my first child was born. Though I’ve missed my mother...
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AI in the Classroom – Helping or Hurting?

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has recently made waves in art, literature and news. From revolutionary innovations that promise to make life easier to horrifying crimes,...

You Don’t Need a Pot of Gold to Throw This Rainbow Party

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Rainbows are a sign that the sunny days of spring are on the way. Their colorful rays bring a smile to our hearts—much like...

Look Up!

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By Lauren Martino, Head of Children’s Services at the Brigadier General Charles E. McGee Branch of Montgomery County Public Libraries A total solar eclipse will...