Summer is often synonymous with vacation, but sometimes, with kids, work, and other responsibilities, we don’t get the time away we might wish. Thankfully, the Baltimore area is a prime location for some great day trips for the whole family. So, whether your family is the outdoorsy type or prefers …Read More »
There are few things more important to a child’s education than sight. Whether it’s the capacity to see the board, textbooks or simply a friend’s facial expressions, it’s practically impossible to learn when everything is blurry. And while this may seem self-evident, for many children in Baltimore, clear sight is …Read More »
It’s almost Beyoncé concert day! Oh, and plenty of other great weekend activities too. Let’s get to it! Friday If you are a human person, chances are you’re a Beyoncé fan, and so are your kids. If you really want to put yourself in the running for “Best Parent Ever,” …Read More »
Your Special Child – June 2016 All Access Pass - Kids with special needs don’t need to miss out on the summer camp fun.
For many kids, with summer comes summer camp—it’s a childhood rite of passage. For kids with special needs, deciding on the right one can be more of a challenge. Luckily, there are a number of area summer programs available specifically for children with special needs—giving them the adventure, friendship and …Read More »
Balloon sculptures, animal encounters, clowns, hayrides, magic shows, trains, ponies, martial arts, swimming, princesses, superheroes, pirates—you’ll find a little bit of everything here in the Baltimore’s Child 2016 Party Guide. Whether you’re planning a birthday party, bar or bat mitzvah, graduation, or sweet sixteen, we are pleased to present one …Read More »
Take a Ride Through the Looking Glass The sequel may not live up to its source material, but you’ll have a good time.
It’s been six years since Tim Burton’s live-action interpretation of Lewis Carroll’s children’s classic “Alice in Wonderland” and now Alice, the Mad Hatter, and all of their friends have returned for the sequel, “Alice Through the Looking Glass.” At the helm of Alice’s second trip to Underland is director James …Read More »
Second in a series on the relationship between young athletes, health and injury. By Hannah Johnson Kathryn Krueger makes no bones about it: Soccer was her life—until, in a flash, it wasn’t. She was a freshman on the Franklin High School varsity team, playing a tough opponent. She leapt …Read More »