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ParentMap, March 2015 Issue

Spring is almost here, parents, which makes it the perfect time to discover something new. This month we've scoured the region to uncover the Seattle Effect: the unique spirit of innovation that is launching new ideas that are helping to change the world.  We also know there are some things you don't want to discover — but sometimes do. That's why we have your ewwww guide to 5 yucky but common childhood ailments.

Also, just in time for better weather, go into the wild for family foraging adventures worth salivating over.

Plus check out our freshly hatched summer guide 2015: Good times mean planning ahead!

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Ages & Stages:
0–2: Parenting Baby with a Toddler in Tow

5-9: Parenteering: Help Out at School Without Burning Out

8-14: Gateway Books: Can 'Bad' Books Inhibit Literacy? 

13-18: Tackling School Testing Anxiety

Someone You Should Know:
Sarah Ioannides, Tacoma Symphony Orchestra Director

How to Deal with Eww-Worthy Childhood Ailments

Special Issue: ParentMap Summer

The Seattle Effect: Relentless Innovation, Driving Entrepreneurial Spirit

Out & About: 
Into the Wild Edibles: Foraging With the Whole Family

Publisher's Note: Great Ideas in Action

Brain Fuel: Parent News, Snack-Sized

Ask the Experts:
Getting Kids to Exercise

Addressing Jealousy in Friendships

After-School Special: 
Theater Programs Inspire Kids



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