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Preparing Kids for Spring Sports
As the weather warms up, it’s time for your kids to do the same. It’s the season for baseball, softball, soccer, and lacrosse. (read the story...)

BATTER UP: Kids' Baseball & Softball Equipment
Spring is the season when boys and girls start getting excited about playing baseball and softball, and for parents, that means getting them ready by buying the right equipment to start their seasons on the right foot. (read the story...)

Follow The Snow : A Skier's Guide
Eastern skiers delight in the mere dusting of flakes, and are willing to accept manufactured snow because of the ease of getting in the car. (read the story...)

Singing with Sukey : Movement Classes for Children
As a former professional dancer, Sukey Molloy's aim was to create classes where kids would find joy in movement. By setting up different gymnastics equipment and observing her son, she began PlayMove&Sing, which promotes movement and encourages sensory learning. (read the story...)

Westchester 2007 Fall Preview
A preview of four-star family offerings for the fall season . . . (read the story...)

Queens Parent 2007 Fall Preview
Check out Queens Parent 2007 Fall Preview! (read the story...)

The Curse of the Traveling Class
When your kids are small, you enroll them in ‘movement’ classes, hoping it will lead to a lifetime of sports or dance. (read the story...)

Posing Play
Many kids’ yoga classes incorporate games. Long Island-based Katie Feldman has gone a few steps further. (read the story...)

Mets Go Citi
This is the last month of the season for the New York Mets, but forward-thinking fans are already planning trips to the stadium in 2009, to the new Citi Field. (read the story...)

Caution: Children at Play
Be it soccer or swimming, tennis or baseball, year-round training or participation on too many teams can lead to burnout and overuse injuries. Both are on the rise, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. (read the story...)

Brooklyn Parent 2007 Fall Preview
See what's going on in Brooklyn this Fall! (read the story...)

Big Apple Parent 2007 Fall Preview
Preview some fall events and activities for the whole family in Manhattan! (read the story...)

River Teacher
For West Nyack mother of two Laurie Seeman, Earth Day doesn’t come around once a year; it’s an every day affair. As a self-described “environmental artist, scientist and educator”, Seeman uses art to teach children to appreciate their environment and to act as its “keepers”. (read the story...)

How to Choose an Afterschool Activity for Your Child in NYC!
How to Choose an Afterschool Activity for Your Child in NYC (read the story...)

Soaring in the City
If, like Toby Tyler, you’ve dreamed of joining the circus, the Trapeze School New York is for you — and your family. Kids as young as 6 are allowed to take a class, but all ages are taught together. (read the story...)

The Great River Row
Twelve high school students will soon be hiking, rowing and canoeing their way from the Catskills all the way to New York City, tracing the journey of the city’s first-rate drinking water to their own taps. (read the story...)

Hidden Prospect Park
I was the kind of kid for whom a door marked “private” meant I needed to see inside; a fence was an invitation to climb. So I have long been intrigued by an area marked “Friends or Quaker Cemetery (Private)” on my local Prospect Park map. (read the story...)

Gaining That Edge
New Chelsea Piers program takes young athletes to the next level. (read the story...)

Play — and Learn
If a science playground makes you think slide rules, not slides, you need a trip to the New York Hall of Science. (read the story...)

Park It
Central Park has a new family area, The Children's Glade. (read the story...)

Worth Howling About!
While America’s national parks boast old-growth trees, pristine wilderness and incredible wildlife, what goes on behind the scenes is equally as impressive — from a sustainability perspective. (read the story...)

How Perfect is a ‘Perfect Child’ Anyway?
Gina Gallagher, a lifetime sports enthusiast and classic overachiever, always fantasized about her daughter Katie’s future. “I thought she would be a star athlete, even better than I was.” (read the story...)

Stepping Up To The Plate
What makes a star athlete? (read the story...)

Taking On the Outdoors
More and more families are making outdoor play a priority and everyone’s reaping the benefits. (read the story...)

Passing On Environmental Values
For a variety of reasons, today’s children spend little time outdoors. They are the first generation to grow up disconnected from nature, a fact that causes great concern among those in the conservation field. (read the story...)


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