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The Lokomat, a new rehabilitation device, is helping people like Juanito Zavala, a client at the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago who has cerebral palsy, get out of a wheelchair and up on their own two feet. more

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Watch Chicago Parent's exclusive interview with Mr. Furry Fur Fur, the environmentally-friendly raccoon. more

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Years before her performances at Ravinia Festival and appearances on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, 7-year-old Emily Bear from Rockford was just a baby who stunned her grandmothers with a piano melody. She began playing piano scales before she was potty trained. more

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All it takes is a little strategy to excite your child with visits from butterflies in your very own butterfly garden. more

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In her folk-rock music CDs, Little Miss Ann promotes big messages for little ones about loving others and being true to yourself. more

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Teach your child how to take a stand with the help of virtual reality at the new Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center’s youth exhibition, Make a Difference. more

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When Gregg Harris packs his suitcase for work he’s sure not to forget his face-painting kit, limbo sticks and party music. more

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Web Extra! Video interview with Sondra Turner. more

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Author Helene Block Fields urges you to help your children mine for gold in your neighborhood more

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See color in a whole new light at Kohl Children’s Museum’s Color Play exhibit, more

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Most moms-to-be know there are benefits to consuming folic acid during pregnancy. more

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If you find Mr. Furry Fur Fur, a 4-year-old raccoon, digging through your trash more

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The death of a loved one may mark the beginning of a very trying time for a child. Besides grief, he or she may feel more

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Families visiting the Art Institute will find more areas just for children with the recent opening more

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Jade Stewart’s eyes widen as she describes her letter correspondence with a young girl in Ethiopia more

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Free outdoor festivals are part of what makes summers in Chicago special. more

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All it takes is a little strategy to excite your child with visits from butterflies in your very own butterfly garden. more

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At an age when most of her peers were arranging toys for play time, Abigail Horan organized her first more

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