Keeping Kids Creative This Fall

In a world brimming with screens and structured activities, it's essential to nurture and celebrate the creative spirit within our children. That's why we come together every year to celebrate National Keep Kids Creative week, a time dedicated to embracing and fostering the boundless imaginations of our little ones.

It's an opportunity for us as caregivers and community members to recognize the importance of creativity in a child's development and provide them with the tools and support they need to thrive. By celebrating creativity, we can empower our children to think outside the box, embrace their uniqueness, and unlock their full potential.

Let's get our hands dirty!

Did you know that we have a Pinterest board dedicated to

Arts, Crafts, and Activities for Kids?

Pumpkin-Scented Playdough Recipe Video

Who is ready for September 23, the first day of fall? Here is a super simple recipe you can make with your kids using ingredients you have around the house!

Watch the video

30 Days of Creativity

The last week in September is National Keep Kids Creative Week, but your little one(s) can keep busy with our "30 Days of Creativity PDF" every single day this month. Print and enjoy!

Download the PDF

September Parent Support Department Event

Lakewood Community Festival

Look for the Parent Support table at the 35th annual Lakewood Community Festival, set for Saturday, September 9, from 11:00am to 5:00pm at Madison Park. The festival celebrates community, cultural heritage, and families. It's a day of fun and activities for everyone.

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Cuyahoga Parents Connect Giveaway!

Today is a great day to join our Facebook Group, Cuyahoga Parents Connect, as we just launched a new giveaway to celebrate our incredible community of parents. Once accepted into the group, find the giveaway post pinned to the top of our group page and follow the simple steps to enter! (Please note: the group is limited to Cuyahoga County residents who are expecting a child or either have or care for children aged birth to Kindergarten.)

We're Hiring!

Bright Beginnings is hiring!

We're searching for passionate, dedicated individuals to join our team and make a positive impact on the lives of children and families.

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Meet the Staff

Meet our Parent Educator, Angela Reed

Angela Reed holds a Bachelor of Science in Family Studies from Ohio University and a Master's Degree in Social Work from Cleveland State. Angela began her career at OhioGuidestone and now works with families under the Parents as Teachers home visiting model at Bright Beginnings. She has 19 years of home visiting under her belt! Angela is a mom of three, with two girls, ages 15 and 7, and a son, age 13. Angela has a passion for working with families with young children.

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