Are we raising bad spellers?

When Ami Kulik graded the first set of language arts papers from her eighth grade students Read...

 

Museum celebrates African American history

Teaching kids about their African American heritage can be as easy as taking a trip to the newly reopened Bronzeville  Read...

 

Building friendships with LEGOs

Local children with autism spectrum disorders are invited to take part in a new LEGO club in Deerfield. Read...

 

The price of working

Single mom Katie Diffay has spent the past four years working and going to school to provide for her two young children, Read...

 

Dolls designed for kids with asthma and allergies

Kids with severe allergies now have their own baby doll to snuggle.  Read...

 

Costumes for kids with special needs

A new line of dress-up costumes for kids with special needs is hitting the streets this month, just in time for Halloween.  Read...

 

Horses open the doors to trust

Seventeen-year-old Kelly admits to being a hard person when she first arrived at Timberline Knolls Read...

 

Connecting children worldwide

Whether you live in the suburbs of Chicago or in the heart of China, we’re all looking at the same sky. Read...

 

Dads connect with local program

While mom and child play groups abound, it can be challenging to find the same kind of support and friendship Read...

 
 







 
 
 
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