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  • With one year coming to a close and another one just on the horizon, it is time that many people start thinking about goals for the new year. Why not make it a family affair and include your preschooler in the goal setting fun this time around? There are endless benefits when encouraging your little

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  •   Each year during the month of November, families across the nation celebrate Thanksgiving. However, this special holiday is about more than turkey trotting and fancy feasts. Many people take this time to reflect on the aspects of their lives that they are grateful for. Furthermore, this is a wonderful opportunity to teach your child

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  •    The month of October is filled with all things spooktacular; creative costumes, trick or treating, and bags upon bags of delicious candy. Your little ones are most likely bursting with excitement about this special time of year, and there are many ways you can make the most of it! Check out these Halloween crafts

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  • International Day of Charity, which falls on September 5th, is all about showing kindness and compassion and giving back to others. Children are the future, so it is important to teach them about working together to make the world a better place. This invaluable lesson should be practiced year round, but this special day is the perfect opportunity to get a head start.

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  • Tickets are now on sale for the Dunwoody Nature Center’s 24th annual Butterfly Festival on August 19th through the Nature Center’s website! This year’s festival will feature an additional butterfly tent that will enable guests to have a longer, less crowded experience surrounded by hundreds of live butterflies. In addition to the three butterfly tents,

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  • In an effort to get kids reading this summer, the 2017 Scholastic Summer Reading Road Trip RV will visit Little Shop of Stories on Friday, July 21 from 4 p.m.–6 p.m. ET. Kids will have the opportunity to participate in their very own “pop-up” reading festival, meet some of their favorite authors, and engage in fun reading activities.  Throughout the summer,

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  • Finding the perfect preschool for your child can be an overwhelming and daunting task. An exceptional early education program can put your preschooler on the path to success, but how do you know what to look for when searching for the right school? There are countless factors to consider, and we’ve narrowed it down to

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  • Kids will love watching the skies fill with kites in this town where the Wright Brothers invented human-powered flight. The free event also features stunt kite flying lessons, as well as kite-making stations. More information: www.kittyhawk.com/event/wright-kite-festival/

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  • This North Georgia fair, in its 67th year, is held at the Georgia Mountain Fairgrounds and features musical performances, arts & crafts, food, carnival rides and information about North Georgia’s rich history and culture. More information: www.georgiamountainfairgrounds.com/events/georgia-mountain-fair

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  • Get a taste of Appalachian mountain culture in Asheville, N.C., at the weekly Shindig on the Green concerts running July 1 through September 2, every Saturday night from 7-10 p.m. The free event, held at downtown’s Pack Square Park, features musicians and dancers from clogging to Bluegrass from across Western North Carolina. In addition to

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  • In its 29th season, HarbourFest on Hilton Head Island is a beloved family tradition featuring Shannon Tanner, a family-friendly entertainer known for his beanie hat and songs like “My Hair Had a Party Last Night.” The popular summer event held nightly at 6:30 and 8 p.m. at Shelter Cove Harbour, Palmetto Dunes Oceanfront Resort’s entertainment

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  • Brunch lovers can get a head start on Fourth of July festivities at The Neighborhood Café and Brasserie during PARISH’s Stars and Stripes brunch on Tuesday, July 4th. Featuring a hearty and flavorsome menu created by Executive Chef Stuart Tracy, brunch lovers can get patriotic and celebrate Independence Day with favorites like the American Breakfast

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  • Hampton + Hudson, a go-to haunt located in Inman Park, is offering a complimentary brunch entrée up to $15 for Peachtree Road Race runners that present their race number from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m on Tuesday, July 4th. Hungry guests can also enjoy local brunch favorites from Executive Chef Savannah Sasser, such as her

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  • TWO urban licks and SweetWater Brewing Company have joined forces to host a special red, white, brews and BBQ this Fourth of July from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Conveniently located in the Old Fourth Ward on the Atlanta BeltLine, revelers are invited to enjoy live music and a fiery backyard BBQ, complete with all the

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  • The first five years of your child’s life is a critical time when their brain is developing and brain cells are forming connections for learning and future success in school. During these early years, the experiences and interactions your child has will determine which brain cells are activated and which ones are pruned away from lack of stimulation. Your

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  • There is never a bad time to learn about science. In its most basic form, science is all about writing down observations and testing them. This summer is a perfect time to explore all that the scientific world has to offer your preschool child.

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  • The 41st annual Superior Plumbing/Big Shanty Festival returns to downtown Kennesaw April 22-23. The family-friendly festival, co-sponsored by the City of Kennesaw and the Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), is one of the largest arts and crafts show in northern Georgia, offering more than 200 booths of crafters and artisans as well as live entertainment on

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  •   With this camp students spend 1/2 the day doing STEM and 1/2 the day exploring a variety of activities including sports, art, music, cooking, and photography. 2017 Summer Camp Schedule Minecraft Modding Intro to Minecraft Modding Dates: June 5-9 and July 10-14 Costs:  $275 Grades: Rising 2nd – 6th Intermediate Minecraft Modding Dates: June

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  • Three, two, one…blast off! Atlanta-area families are invited to be among the first to experience Space Mission at LEGOLAND® Discovery Center Atlanta during a grand opening weekend launch party, March 18-19.  Guests can go on a celestial voyage and enjoy out-of-this-world themed builds, activities and more! Space Mission is an intergalactic building experience where guests

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  • A preschool child’s sleep is one of the most important topics when we talk about development. Getting enough sleep will improve your child’s mood and educational performance dramatically.

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  • Camp is a great way for kids to spend some of their time during the summer. They will create memories of a lifetime and even make lifelong friends.  Here are 5 unique Atlanta Area Summer Camps your child will love! Camp Kingfisher at the Chattahoochee Nature Center A Chattahoochee Nature Center tradition since 1993, Camp Kingfisher has

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  • Race on over and raise a glass (a mint julep, of course!) to science education! It’s a safe bet to say… you don’t want to miss Supernova 2017: Jockeys & Juleps on Saturday, May 6, 2017 at Tellus Science Museum! We hope you’ll join us as we get down and derby at this year’s annual

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  • Learning begins the day a child is born. Somewhere along the way, however, it can be hard for a child to learn when he’s not in preschool. How can you keep teaching a child about the world around him when he’s not in school? Hopefully some of these tips might help! One of the best

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  • New Year’s Resolutions with Children

    January is the time to set goals, keep resolutions, and try to be better in the coming year. It’s no different with preschool children, but how do you keep them on track with their goals? A few tips can go a long way this year as you keep your children—and yourself—on track to meet your

  • Holiday Recipes for Children

      Cooking can be fun, especially for preschool children. There’s no doubt about it. Put on some holiday music and dance and sing while you and your child create wonderful memories together. Marshmallow Snowmen The blog It’s Always Autumn has created a fun treat—marshmallow snowmen! All you need are large marshmallows, pretzel sticks, toothpicks, chocolate

  • Parents Make Mistakes Too

    Everyone makes mistakes. This goes without saying. If you’re human—and odds are good—then you’ve probably made a mistake or two along the way. Either way, one day you’ll have to communicate these mistakes to your young child. But how do you do that? How do you appear on the one hand to be the all-knowing,

  • Fun Things for Fall

    School is back in full swing and the summer heat is slowly giving way to cooler breezes, which can only mean one thing—fall has arrived! The official start of fall is September 22, and if you look closely you can already see the leaves turning from green to gold and pumpkin-flavored foods lining grocery store

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  • Tickets go on sale October 1 for Garden Lights, Holiday Nights, the Atlanta Botanical Garden’s seasonal extravaganza featuring new displays enhancing the millions of lights twinkling, glimmering and flashing throughout the 30-acre site. The sixth annual show, produced primarily with low energy-consuming LED lights, kicks off Saturday, Nov. 12 and continues nightly through Saturday, Jan.

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  • Gainesville Garden hosts first ever Woodland Ramble

    Browse a selection of arts and crafts created by local artisans while enjoying the crisp fall air of the woodlands at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, Gainesville on Saturday, Oct. 1. The inaugural Woodland Ramble Arts & Crafts Market promises to be a fun and relaxing way to spend an autumn day with artisans selling many

  • Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Fall Family Programming

    The Grammy® Award-winning Atlanta Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-17 Family Concert Series, led by Assistant Conductor and ASYO Music Director Joseph Young, will begin on Oct. 30 with the Halloween Spectacular Phantoms of the Orchestra, featuring spooky music and a costume contest. The series will continue on Nov. 27 in Symphony Hall and Dec. 15 at Kennesaw

  • 2016 FALL FEST IN CANDLER PARK

    One of Atlanta’s most popular festivals, the two day event will take place on Saturday October 1st from noon to 10 p.m. and Sunday October 2nd from noon until 9 p.m. This year’s “Revival” theme promises old fashioned festival fun with a hyper local twist and a “small town heart in the big city.” “We

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