Kid's Stuff

Sleep, memory and learning: a perfect trifecta

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Every one of us can recall making the decision to sacrifice sleep in order to meet a deadline, write a paper, or finish something for work.  We convince ourselves that in order to be productive we must push through when in fact the opposite is true. We should go to bed. 

Orioles invite children ages 9 and younger to free ballgame with paying adult

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Young Orioles fans run the bases at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Image courtesy of the Orioles.

This baseball season*, adults who buy a regularly priced upper deck ticket at Oriole Park at Camden Yards can bring up to two children ages 9 and younger for free as part of the Kids Cheer Free program, the Orioles announced today.

Summer at Friends: This is What Summer Fun Looks Like!

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Summer is a great time for so many reasons – a time to play, make new friends, and try new things. That’s exactly what happens every day at Summer at Friends! With more than 25 camp programs for boys and girls ages 4 to 13, there is something for everyone. So what does summer fun look like?

The SAT Essay isn’t required — so why bother?

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Do I want my SAT Saturday to be any longer than necessary? The answer is probably no. Do I want $15 and 50 minutes of my time to keep me from getting accepted at my dream school? We probably don’t even have to ask that one.

Black Friday Block Party

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Join Harbor East for a sophisticated and civilized alternative to mall mayhem at the Black Friday Block Party. Skip the holiday stress and enjoy:

Free Camp-Match Service! Summer 365 Helps You Find the Perfect Camp NOW

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Welcome to Summer 365—a free advisory service specializing in sleepaway camps and overnight summer programs, trips, and travel for children and teens, ages 7-18. We’re a resource to parents and families year round and are dedicated to helping you find the perfect summer experience for your child. 

Our recommendations don’t come from a computer—they come from real people with real insider knowledge on over 500 top sleepaway camps and summer programs throughout the country and around the world. As  a mom and former camper,Lanie Yerman, your Summer 365 Camp Counselor knows the importance of getting it right. The right match ensures your peace of mind—and a summer your child will never forget. Save time, money, and hassle. 

Lanie offers a free advisory service specializing in sleep away camps and overnight summer programs, trips, and travel for children and teens, ages 7-18. She is a resource to parents and families year round and is dedicated to helping you find the perfect summer experience for your child.

If you are interested in learning more or ready to start planning an amazing summer for your child, please contact Lanie today.

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Lanie L. Yerman 

Navigating School After an Adverse Life Event

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Back to school season can be incredibly stressful but becomes even more complicated when a child is confronting an adverse life event. Whether it’s divorce, abuse, bullying or even a move to a new home, these events can impact school success.

Keeping Kids Fit and Fitness Fun!

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A Q & A with Alek Groopman, Youth Fitness Coordinator
Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC

1.) Why is it so important for children to stay active and what are the advantages gained from exercising?

October is the Perfect Month to Plan for Summer Camp!

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As a child, there’s pretty much nothing more exciting than summer. Why is it that summer matters so much?

Robin Nathankern Arnold Will Never Forget Her Early Days in Baltimore

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A shy girl of eight, she and her mother had just moved to the Pikesville community from their home in the Midwest, leaving her friends – and her father – behind.

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