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How Charlotte Families Can Help with COVID-19 Efforts

Here are opportunities across different fields

Understanding the Phases of Gov. Roy Cooper’s Reopening Plan

N.C. is currently in Phase 2

Teaching Kids to Ride a Bike Safely

Here’s how to get tots, teens and in-betweens safely rolling along.

Poe Center Offers Online “Girl Talk” and “Guy Talk” Sessions

Students will benefit from the same great content and same engaging activities as onsite Poe Center programs but will do from the safety of home.

RECIPE: Marc Jacksina’s Vegan Tomato Soup

This is a go-to meal for his family of four

Join Charlotte Mecklenburg Library this April for Digital Día

Disruption in Our Routine

From our series 'Coronavirus Through the Eyes of a Charlotte Teenager'

Make Painted Rock Plant Markers for Your Garden

Kids love to paint rocks, and the activity will also give them some ownership of the family garden plot.

Unhealthy Teen Friendships

Should parents step in or stay out?

Trampoline Safety Tips

Trampoline jumping is fun for many children, but it does pose a high risk of injury.

Visiting the Pediatrician During a Pandemic

What parents need to know about routine doctor’s visits in the age of COVID-19

North Carolina Zoo Offers a New Virtual Visit Experience

Since a visit to the North Carolina Zoo isn’t currently possible, the Zoo is bringing its programs to you

These Charlotte-Area Farms are Offering Fresh Produce During COVID-19

From curbside pick up to delivery, there are lots of delicious ways to get your fresh fruits and veggies.

A Change of Plans

From our series 'Coronavirus Through the Eyes of a Charlotte Teenager'

GUIDE: Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools' Remote Supplemental Learning Program

A look at the latest and what's ahead

How Four Triangle-Area Strawberry Farms Are Still Selling This Season

With some offering drive-thru and porchside options

Room We Love: An Artistic Boy’s Bedroom

Our latest look at a home renovation or design project that inspires us

The Pint-Sized Foodie: A Visit to NC Red

Insights from our 6-year-old food critic

Thales Academy Expands Raleigh and Knightdale Campuses to Include Junior High Grades; Virtual Information Session Set for April 8

Virtual information session on April 8

How Jobs Are Impacted

From our series "Coronavirus Through the Eyes of a Charlotte Teenager"

How to Stay Connected to Your Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic

From sidewalk chalk and 'bear hunts' to virtual storytimes

YMCA of Greater Charlotte Offers Free Childcare to Essential Healthcare Employees

The organization has also created an Emergency Staff Relief Fund for Y workers.

Inside RideAbility, an Equine-Assisted Therapy Program

Teaching confidence, focus, and friendship, one ride at a time

WakeMed Physician Practices Now Offer Telehealth Visits Across All Specialties

WakeMed expands telehealth options for patients

A Closer Look at Social Distancing

From our series "Coronavirus Through the Eyes of a Charlotte Teenager"

Free Science Kits for Elementary Students

Cary business owners help parents with science instruction with free resources

You Can Be Friends With Your Child… Just Not Yet.

A look at the topic with advice from the experts

Wake County's Stay-at-Home Order Goes Into Effect on Friday

What to know

Editor's Note (April 2020): Settle In, Child

On the new issue of our magazine

E-Learning Resources to Supplement Your Homeschool Curriculum

For varying levels, from preschool to high school
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It's your complete family guide to Triad living. Parents are busy and on the go. Use this guide to help you explore all this great area offers for families in Winston-Salem, Greensboro, High Point and surrounding communities.

Exceptional Child

For parents of kids with special needs, finding help and support can be challenging. We've compiled valuable resources for Triad parents in our latest annual publication, Exceptional Child, which is also available as a digital guide.