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July 22, 2015 MARQUETTE — The first year of Northern Michigan University’s project-based summer camps came to a close last week, and more than a few students returned home equipped with new skills and a clearer... more »»

How to help calm children

July 22, 2015 Sometimes both children and adults need a soothing time, a time to calm down from whatever agitates them during the day. Research indicates drawing Zentangles and Mandalas may enhance this time. more »»


July 15, 2015 Copper Harbor — The Keweenaw Land Trust is providing a rare opportunity for the public to explore two remote lighthouses on Lake Superior, while also learning their maritime history and supporting... more »»

Learning can be fun in bottles

July 15, 2015 Young children can reuse clear plastic soda and water bottles to create interesting science, math, and art activities. They are handy for rainy days, quiet times, and birthday parties. more »»

High schoolers’ experiment lost again on launch failure

July 8, 2015 Three high school students were going to get the science lesson of a lifetime by flying their experiment in spac. more »»

What’s cool for back to school? A fresh look at the gear

July 8, 2015 NEW YORK — For kids of all ages, one big thing helps soften the blow of summer turning into fall: fresh and fun back-to-school gear. more »»

The right time to baby-step the kids

July 8, 2015 NEW YORK — Much is made about two distinct styles of parenting. We’ve got the hovering helicopters and the risk-taking free-rangers, and back-to-school season threatens to bring out the beast in both. more »»


July 1, 2015 MARQUETTE — Janis Peterson became a music teacher, not only because she had loved music her whole life, but because she saw the powerful impact studying music can have on a developing mind, she sai. more »»

Summer writing can be great fun

July 1, 2015 There are many fun ways for families to help children get ready for reading and writing at school and practice their skills during the summer. more »»


June 24, 2015 MARQUETTE — Summer is in full swing, which means it’s time for the 2015 Marquette County 4-H Summer Camp. more »»

Families can enlarge vocabulary

June 24, 2015 Vocabulary building is another important area where extended families can help prepare young children to be readers and learners. All this starts when children are newborns. more »»

Years into Common Core, teachers lament lack of materials

June 24, 2015 The learning standards were new. The textbooks were not. So curriculum director Tammy Baumann and her team took the books apart, literally. more »»

School wins state funding for robust improvements

June 17, 2015 MARQUETTE — Superior Hills Elementary School was one of five schools in Michigan selected to receive a state grant for robust improvements to its wireless network and classroom technology, including... more »»

NMU’s College for Kids program combines fun, learning

June 17, 2015 MARQUETTE — Northern Michigan University’s Seaborg Center will offer a number of hands-on programs for elementary and middle school children during its 2015 Summer College for Kid. more »»

Fireflies can delight and educate

June 17, 2015 Through the summer months fireflies, also known as lightning bugs and glowworms, are like golden seeds sown throughout the night. They are best seen on warm damp nights from darkened homes. more »»

Youth send ‘visual letters’ to China

June 10, 2015 MARQUETTE — One way for students to learn about another culture is by sharing their art with kids on the other side of the worl. more »»

Every Hero has a Story-Summer 2015 at the Peter White Public Library

June 10, 2015 MARQUETTE — The Peter White Public Library Youth Services invites all kids ages 0-18 to participate in this year’s summer reading program: Every Hero has a Story! PWPL has a full schedule this... more »»

Create a positive media home

June 10, 2015 Children learn habits very early. According to Dr. more »»


June 3, 2015 MARQUETTE — Nine-year-old Ramsey Palmer of Marquette was a shy kid when he first met his adult Reach & Rise mentor Dominic Davis over a year ago. more »»

Media violence worrisome

June 3, 2015 In order to change a culture of violence, adults need information and resources about the overwhelming evidence on media violence to help them create a positive media environment for their family,... more »»



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