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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...)

No-Cost Outdoor Activities
Finding free outdoor activities that are fun for the whole family isn’t as hard as it sounds. Here are some easy ideas to help you enjoy the great outdoors on a shoestring budget. (read the story...)

Destination Outdoors
When your family is ready to explore the great outdoors beyond your own backyard and neighborhood, here are some resources to help you choose a location and plan your trip. (read the story...)

Camping 101
Getting ready for your first family camping trip? Consider these tips before you go. (read the story...)

Engage Your Endorphins!
Our bodies are equipped with naturally occurring wonder drugs, little wonder molecules that, when properly ignited, are capable of lifting your spirits in ways you never thought imaginable. (read the story...)

Words Matter: Think Before You Praise
Kids who are always “the best” may actually be losing self-esteem. (read the story...)

Rules of the Games for Spectator Moms
Resist the temptation to live through your child on the field! Here’s how: (read the story...)

Putting the “Ball” Back into Sports
Remember when sports were fun? Scarsdale dad aims to bring the game back to its roots. (read the story...)

Go, Girls?
A new study shows that adolescent girl athletes are as much as eight times more likely to injure their knee’s anterior cruciate ligament than boys. (read the story...)

Nice Ice!
Last year, Manhattan had a new free place to skate, The Pond at Bryant Park. This year, this midtown skating rink returns, bigger and better. (read the story...)

Behind the Bat
Yankee games make for great family outings, but their hour-long behind-the-scenes tour adds an extra thrill for young baseball fans (and moms and dads). (read the story...)

Strength Training for Young Athletes
When to begin. (read the story...)

Selling Wireless “Love”
Cell phones are a growing trend among the ‘tween set, as manufacturers have figured out how to tap into this gold mine demographic. (read the story...)

Brooklyn’s Newest Sports Site
Both kids and adults have a great new place to play in Brooklyn, Aviator Sports and Recreation. (read the story...)

Playing It Safe This Winter
With the snow on its way, how can I make sure my children have fun outside while still playing safely? (read the story...)

Newest franchise, the Brooklyn Wonders.
The Brooklyn Wonders are the American Basketball Association’s newest franchise. (read the story...)

City Sports
City kids have a new place to play and learn a variety of team sports (read the story...)

Pedaling the Dolomites — Family Adventures on Wheels
Careening down a steep path on a mountain bike I picture myself — or one of my kids — hurtling over the handlebars. But the screams they are emitting are ones of joy. (read the story...)

KICK THAT BALL!
Not far behind the start of school is the beginning of the soccer season. For many parents and kids, this means several games each weekend, and for those on travel teams, multiple mid-week practices. (read the story...)

Soaring Visions
Where can you take the kids to see boats bobbing on water, filled to the brim with vegetables made of glass? Or to see kites a-flutter, indoors and out? (read the story...)

Where The Kids Are
Once your child starts school, you are not even close to being done with making decisions. Afterschool is the next hurdle to clear. (read the story...)

Baseball Players Beware! Avoiding Little League Elbow and other assorted injuries
How could a Little Leaguer possibly sustain more injuries than a grownup, fulltime pro baseball player? (read the story...)

Sports: Surviving Little League
Every spring, during Little League season, the parks and ballfields of Westchester County are crowded with kids in bright baseball uniforms, parents cheering them on from the bleachers. (read the story...)

SPLASHDOWN!Getting in the Swim, Safely
School’s out — or will be soon — and kids are ready to hit the pool. But water safety begins with your child — and his or her swim skills. When should kids learn to swim, and what’s the best approach? We went to the experts for the answers... (read the story...)


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