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ParentMap, June 2015 Issue

June is a month for dads, family adventures, and summer bonding. In our almost-summer issue, one dad reflects on growing up fatherless and how his son helped him begin to enjoy Father's Day, and we have your guide to exploring the Canadian Gulf Islands. If you're at a loss for how to keep up with family bonding and learning this summer, read our summer routines article for tips on how to stay on track. 

Our feature story asks: are boys being left behind?

Plus: tips for kids ready to become babysitters, and the answer to calming rowdy kids at the dinner table

Finally, fathers have a call to action from our publisher: consider reaching out to your U.S. senators to support the Family Act, which influences paid family leave. As we continue our "Making it Work" editorial focus, we hope that readers will get behind real opportunities for change to benefit families. 

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Ages & Stages: 

4-11: Summer Routines to Keep Kids on Track

11-14: The Babysitting Handbook: Everything Your Kid Needs to Know


How I Learned to Love Father's Day


Dear Reader: Calling All Papas!

Brain Fuel: Parent News, Snack-Sized



Boys Left Behind

Out & About: 

Your Great Island Escape: Discovering the Gulf Islands

Ask the Experts:

Dinnertime Escape Artists 

Kids Who Cling: Normal or a Sign of Anxiety? 


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