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Maryland’s CACFP Program: Serving Healthy Meals, One Child and Adult at a Time

By Malkia “Kia” McLeod, Maryland State Department of Education
Help ensure that Maryland’s children and adults don’t go hungry ...
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What to Look for In a Summer Camp During COVID-19

What to Look for In a Summer Camp During COVID-19

By The American Academy of Pediatrics (published on Healthychildren.org)
Camps should keep campers together in small groups ...
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5 Tips to Keep Children Safe During the Summer of COVID-19

5 Tips to Keep Children Safe During the Summer of COVID-19

By Malkia "Kia" McLeod, Maryland State Department of Education
June is National Safety Month ...
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“Lucy and the Coronavirus” Helps Parents Explain COVID-19 to Children

“Lucy and the Coronavirus” Helps Parents Explain COVID-19 to Children

By Isabelle Rowe, Therapeutic Preschool
Use stories to explain COVID-19 to children ...
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Changing the Stigma of Mental Health: One Question at a Time

By Renée Goldfarb, IDEALS Institute
Although I am a mom of teenagers, my thoughts below ...
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a mother and father overlook a teenage daughter and school aged daughter and son while they are planting seeds in paper cups

Bored Children at Home? Family Challenges Can Keep Them Busy

By Jennifer Blandford, IDEALS Institute
COVID-19: Now is the Time to Document Your Family’s Story

COVID-19: Now is the Time to Document Your Family’s Story

By Dr. Donna J. Satterlee, University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Record children's feelings ...
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The Engine that Could with a blue train and yellow train car with a clown, elephant, monkey, and giraffes hanging out.

The Art of Resilience Day by Day

By Dorothy Stoltz, Carroll County Public Library, and Carrie Sanders, Maryland State Library
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