Travel in Dublin, OH

While the frenzy has died down considerably, it felt like the whole world was talking about Netflix’s Tidying Up with Marie Kondo series when it debuted in January 2019. The show follows Kondo as s

Spending 40 hours a week can develop and spread some debilitating and common ailments. Whether it's a viral illness like the flu or a recurring backache, office workers can struggle to shake some of those illnesses. These are the most common ailments to look out for and some steps office workers can take to avoid them.

The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is in the running to be named the Best Zoo, according to the USA Today.

Voting for the Best Zoo is open! Cast your vote daily to help pick the 2019 10Best Readers' Choice Award for Best Zoo.

While companies often still expect employees to work 40 hours a week, it's when those hours come that is changing. More and more potential workers are looking for a job that offers a flexible schedule. Doing away with the 9-to-5, companies are offering freedom in schedules to bring in qualified employees.

Measurements from the Gaia spacecraft have adjusted predictions for when and how the Milky Way will collide with the nearby Andromeda galaxy.

April showers bring Umbrella flowers! This fun kids' craft will make any rainy day more fun with a DIY painted umbrella.

By The Goddard School • August 15th, 2013
Jack Maypole, MD
Infants and toddlers are like wobbly ninjas, focused maniacally on tasting and mouthing items from coins to blocks to the odd flotsam and jetsam that lives on living room floors. Parents know to beware, to police an area well…as you never know what they’ll pop in their mouth next. Infant and toddler oral fixation is…

Siblings of children with special needs struggle with things every day, and here are some ideas about how to help them keep their balance (not to mention yours)

By The Goddard School • January 4th, 2019
Part of being a good citizen is being open-minded regarding different types of people, cultures and customs. Here are five ways to encourage open-mindedness in children
Reading books that feature diverse groups of characters. The same goes for TV shows and movies. Simply reading about or watching people from various cultures interact can show a child that the…

Simple, play-based activities you can do with your infant to help him or her develop motor and learning skills

By The Goddard School • November 19th, 2014
Are you stuck inside because of the freezing temperatures or the rain? Take a step back from the TV, tablet or video game, and shake up your normal routine. When the weather prevents your children from playing outside, provide them with challenging activities and active games
Have a Board Game Competition.
Hold a board game competition in your living or family room. Spend the day playing different games. You can even compete for prizes.
Create…

By The Goddard School • December 4th, 2018
These quick and easy ideas will make moving your Elf so much easier every night
It’s Elf on the Shelf season again, otherwise known as the time of year when parents everywhere scramble to move the doll before their kids wake up. We don’t blame you if you opt out, or just hide him in the fridge for the 14th time. But if you want to step up your game this year and surprise your…

By The Goddard School • May 10th, 2010
Nutrition comes in many shapes and sizes – and not all of them are solid. A fruit shake is a refreshing way to start your child’s day. Choose your child’s favorite fruits or try a new one from time to time. Add a piece of whole grain toast – and maybe a little peanut butter – and you have a balanced breakfast alternative. Cut and freeze fruits ahead of time to make this breakfast as…

From bathing and hand washing to hair and tooth care, learn how to instill healthy habits and teach your children the importance of good personal hygiene.

Not sure what to pack your little one each day? Here are five easy lunches to help you out!

Despite that importance of limits, parents sometimes have trouble setting and maintaining them. Part of the problem stems, no doubt, from the changes in today's family structures and lifestyles. Here are some common issues:

By The Goddard School • September 12th, 2013
You love to watch your little one playing and learning, and so do Goddard School teachers. Observation is a core method our teachers use to assess what children are learning, when they are ready to learn new tasks and what their interests are. We use these observations to track the children’s progress, develop lesson plans and share the children’s development with their parents
As parents, we often teach our children, yet they can teach us…

In Myanmar, gold is so sacred that it can be found in anything from traditional medicine to face creams, and it’s sometimes even added to drinks or food.

Dogs have been trained to detect a dozen human diseases—most recently, malaria—but even these pups may ultimately find their jobs replaced by machines.

SportsOhio has the largest indoor & outdoor sports facility in Columbus, Ohio. Soccer, go karts, volleyball, driving range, birthday parties & more!

By The Goddard School • October 1st, 2018
Even though this article was originally written with working mothers in mind, this is great information for all parents
It might seem crazy, but it’s totally worth it.
It’s 7 p.m. on a Wednesday night, and my phone rings. I interrupt my midweek recap with my assistant and best friend, Erin, to take the call. We’ve closed on 12 homes this month, and I have the late-night call log to prove it. This is my…