Even before green leaves turned red and yellow, even before the evening temperatures dropped below the 60s, and even before the grocery stores stacked giant bags of miniature chocolate bars sky high, parents began talking about Halloween 2020. What would it look like? Could kids go trick or treating? How about the beloved school parties […]
Rebecca Lieb and Lindsay Akers, who specialize in helping Akron Children’s patients achieve school success, firmly believe parents can strike the balance between letting kids have fun while avoiding the summer brain drain.
Parents of preschoolers have a front row seat to some of the most imaginative theater ever produced. These are the so-called “magic years” — when a child’s brain is developed enough to imagine grand stories but not yet complex enough to reason the way adults do.