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by Linda Sheridan - September 17, 2007

Go on, admit it . . . haven't most parents been guilty of some degree of “earthmoving”? Never in the annals of parenting has child-rearing been so kid-centered. And probably no place sees more examples of it than New York.

Downtown, A “Special” Team At Bat
by Linda Sheridan - June 20, 2007

The Downtown Challengers, part of the Downtown Little League, is comprised primarily of autistic children of various ages and functions. First established in 2007, the team continues to gain players and neighborhood popularity.

Executive Training For The Preschool Set
by Linda Sheridan - May 16, 2007

What does 7-year-old Gabriela Christina Gagliano from Kew Gardens have in common with the likes of Bill Gates or Steve Jobs? Perhaps more than you think.

Specialty Camps — More Than A Sporting Good Time
by Linda Sheridan - January 15, 2009

Choosing a sports camp can help your child break out of his or her shell, become more fit and confident. How do you pick the right one?

Very Young Astronauts
by Linda Sheridan - November 06, 2006

If your child has rocket dreams, and NASA’s Space Camp is way too pricey, there’s a new, closer alternative!

Forest Hills Moms Unite, and Give Back
by Linda Sheridan - September 29, 2006

After giving birth to her daughter, Jennifer Kampermann reached out to meet other moms, both for the camaraderie and to keep her business skills sharp.

PlayWorks Opens at CMOM
by Linda Sheridan - August 30, 2006

The largest public play and learning center for early childhood in Manhattan debuts this month with the opening on September 21 of PlayWorks at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan (CMOM)

Kids as Teachers — in Queens, for real
by Linda Sheridan - September 07, 2006

Many people come to teaching through circuitous routes, but at the Queens High School of Teaching, the concept of education as a career is focused, and for many of the students, a revelation.

Arctic in August
by Linda Sheridan - July 26, 2006

Bring the family to Central Park the weekend of August 5 and 6 for the annual "Chill Out!" celebration.

by Linda Sheridan - July 17, 2006

The Queens County Farm Museum goes Native American again this year as it hosts the Thunderbird American Indian Pow-Wow.

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