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30 Days of Giveaways: Day 1

Enter to win four tickets to see Paperhand Puppet Intervention at the North Carolina Museum of Art.

Researchers Explore How a Child’s Learning Environment Can Affect Nonacademic Skills

Core nonacademic skills may be a direct reflection of a child’s everyday environments.

Report Concludes NC Short on School Nurses and Counselors

The North Carolina Institute of Medicine and advocacy group NC Child gave the state “D” grades for school health and mental health.

Troubling Trends Rise in the 2017 CDC Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance Study

The number of kids who had no vegetable consumption in the seven days preceding the survey rose from 4.2 percent in 1999 to 7.2 percent in 2017.

Kids’ Sports Participation Shows Slight Decline

The percentage of kids who participated in either team or individual sports declined from 73 percent to 71.5 percent from 2011 to 2016.

Sept. 3-6: Reading to Dogs, Fossil Exploration, Penmanship Practice and a College Admissions Primer

Improve reading skills, inspire junior paleontologists, learn about 1800s handwriting and learn about the college admissions process.

4 Mom Getaways You Deserve

Refresh, recharge, reset without traveling far from home

Our Picks: Top Things to Do with Kids in October

Our picks for the best things to do with kids this month in the greater Charlotte area.

Labor Day Weekend: Hula Hoop Boot Camp, Glow Night, Wings Over Springs and More

Advance your hula hooping skills, zip through trees, watch aerial stunts by radio-controlled model airplanes and drones, and enjoy pay-what-you-can admission to Kidzu Children's Museum.

New Baby, New Business: How Local Moms Made It Work

Being a new mom isn’t easy. Launching a business isn’t, either. But doing both at once? It’s not as crazy as it sounds.

Get to Know: Charlotte Independence Player Jorge Herrera

Beyond Baby Gates: Keeping Kids Safer at Home

Being smart with safety precautions at various stages and ages of a child's life

Parents: Put Down the Digital Device

How is the time you spend on your phone affecting your children?

Born in 1988

Perspectives from a new generation of parents.

Family-Friendly Festivals in September

40+ festivals in the Triangle for family fun.

A Very Special Anniversary

Special Olympics commemorates 50 years.

Family Life in 1988

A look at late ’80s trends in the Triangle.

Local Teens Raise Money to Help Kenyan Dancers

Dancers from Graceful Expressions Dance Education send executive director and resident choreographer to the Kibera area of Nairobi, Kenya.

Durham Bulls Ballpark Project Awards $40,000 to Local Organizations

Four local baseball and softball organizations receive $10,000 each for facility renovations.

Charleston Eco Tours

Discover the low country’s natural side.

30 Ways Parenting Has Changed Since 1988

We asked you, our readers, to describe how parenting has changed since the first issue of Carolina Parent debuted in 1988. (Plus, check out our staff pics from 1988!)

Should My Child Play a Sport?

Expert advice for choosing the right activity for your child.

Do Standardized Tests Scores Really Matter?

Test scores are necessary, but not sufficient for admission at the majority of highly selective schools.

30 Ways to Win the Game of Social Media

To celebrate Carolina Parent’s 30th anniversary, let’s highlight 30 winning moves on social media — for kids and adults.

Ringing the Dinner Bell

Turning family dinner into the most cherished part of the day.

Carolina Parent Celebrates 30 Years of Serving the Triangle

The magazine began as the brainchild of two moms looking not only for ways to fill their weekends, but also for meaningful and flexible work for themselves.

Staying in the Game

Rest resolves most youth sports injuries, but specialization can lead to surgery.

Enter to Win Tickets to North Carolina Symphony’s 'Star Wars: A New Hope' in Concert

Cheer on Luke and Leia as the iconic 1977 film “Star Wars: A New Hope” plays while the symphony performs John William’s heart-thumping score live.

Enter to Win Tickets to the Sept. 3 Cirque Italia Performance in Raleigh

Technology and preforming arts combine to create a one-of-a-kind water circus.

Why We Shouldn’t Teach Kids to Be Color Blind

How to begin a fact-based, healthy conversation with kids about race that promotes understanding and positive change.
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