ParentMap, February 2016 Issue

Published on: January 30, 2016


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Beyond the trappings of Valentine's Day, our February issue will help you feel the love: From newfound family compassion while traveling abroad through Jennifer Spatz's family travel program, to developing a passion and dedication toward music and art, and even tweens learning how to love and take care of their changing bodies, this month's issue covers it all. 

Our feature, Racism, tackles the struggles — as well as solutions — that Seattle families of color are faced with on a daily basis. It also offers information and tips on how families of color can start a dialogue, build community and spread the love through the coming year!

From our heart, to yours!

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Read the entire issue online. And see all of our past issues in the online archives.

 

 

Ages + Stages:

2–4: Preschool Primer: Comparing Different Preschool Styles

5–10: Far Flung Films: How to Start a Foreign Family Movie Night With Your Kids

11–15: Period Proud: New Apps, Products and Awareness Help Girls Feel Good About Old 'Aunt Flo'

Regulars:

Dear Reader: Forget a College Fund and Fall In Love, Again!

Parent Fuel: Parent News, Snack-Sized

Wellness:

More Than Band-Aids: Demand for School Nurses Increases, But Funding Doesn't Follow 

Feature: 

Racism: Families Push for Racial Justice

Out & About: 

Super Spring Arts 2016: 20-plus Picks for Family Shows in Seattle

Nobody Has to Tell These Teens to Practice

Someone You Should Know: 

Someone You Should Know: Jennifer Spatz

 

 

 

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