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Imagination Station presents some Stay at Home Science

For over a decade, the Imagination Station has enthralled and inspired families around the Glass City area with its enlightening look at science for the curious of all ages. Though the center may be closed due to COVID-19, the thirst for knowledge never ends. So the Imagination Station is encouraging kids of all ages to

Quarantine Cooking with Young Kids

When in doubt, I cook. This period of self-isolation has provided ample opportunity for me to indulge my inner child with my actual children. Yesterday, we played some videos on the Google Display and made a great recipe I found in The Complete Baking Book for Young Chefs from America’s Test Kitchen. It’s easy to

Celebrating Birthdays During Coronavirus Quarantine

How to still make the day special When you’re a kid, birthdays are a special event…something you anticipate all year long. Kids count down the months and days until they’re one year older. Coronavirus has forced many families to cancel their Spring Break plans, but birthdays shouldn’t also need to be put on hold.  Here

Tips on keeping your tweens (and you!) sane

During the three week school closing, it can be tough to try and keep your tweens entertained, but we came up with some tips that will help keep everyone sane: Create a schedule for home. A benefit of homeschooling? Let those tweens sleep in a bit! No more cranky morning kiddos. Your schedule doesn’t necessarily