ParentMap, March 2016 Issue

Published on: February 29, 2016

ParentMap March 2016 Issue | Read our past issues



Parenting is hard enough, but add in financial stress and it can compound the challenges. The fact that our state is ranked as the sixth least-affordable state for child care for infants is sobering. Don't miss our feature story that explores how the crisis of high-cost child care is impacting parents and the workforce.

Prep for the future with our guide to college savings, and don't miss our suggestions for turning even the most “mathemaphoebic” youth into a calculus-loving collegiate.

If all of this math and money talk has you wanting to run “into the urban wild," we’ve got the perfect adventures for you from frog-finding walks to owl prowls, too.

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Ages + Stages:

0-12: College Savings 101

3-5: Redshirting: Should You or Shouldn't You?

6-12 Math Anxiety: When 2(x-2)=10 Strikes Fear In Your Heart


Dear Reader: Welcome to Our Money Issue! Deep Breathing Required

Parent Fuel: Parent News, Snack-Sized


Sandwiched in the Middle: What to Do When Your Parents and Your Children Need Your Care 


Seattle Has Some of the Least Affordable Child Care in the Country, and It Hurts

Out & About: 

Into the Urban Wild: Nature Centers and Gardens to Explore


Someone You Should Know: 

Someone You Should Know: Moonjar

Pssst! Find more good stuff in ParentMap Summer Issue 2016



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