Warm weather is coming, but spring weather could be weeks away with sun but of course the occasional rainy day. Fear not! Ann Arbor Family Press has found seven great places to visit when cabin fever strikes. Pack up the littles, load up the car, and head to one of these family fun destinations. Dundee
By Erin Marsh and Laura Eliason Benefits of Preschool Sending your tiny 3-year-old to preschool may be daunting, but study after study reveals the same finding: children who attend public preschools are better prepared for kindergarten than those who don’t. Experts in the field of early childhood education compiled their research into one cumulative report:
We all know that school is important, preparing children for a bright future. And now more than ever it’s important for them to learn academic skills and social skills, like respect for others, and acceptance. Ann Arbor has lots of education options. Our guide helps you navigate the area’s top schools and tells the story
Washtenaw County Parks and Recreation Commission Meri Lou Murray Recreation Center 2960 Washtenaw Ave. | 734-971-6355 Independence Lake County Park 3200 Jennings Rd., Whitmore Lake | 734-449-4437 Rolling Hills County Park 7660 Stony Creek Rd., Ypsilanti | 734-484-9676 washtenaw.org/parks Washtenaw County Parks offers three camps featuring age-appropriate activities and exciting learning experiences. Your child will
Snow has arrived, and Ann Arbor Family Press has compiled a list of the area’s best sledding hills. Bundle up, and remember to identify safe sledding paths before heading down the hill.