The Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium in Brooklyn is devoting an entire week to a “Green Fest!”
The 17th annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day® will be celebrated on Thursday, April 23.
Olympic gold medalist Dara Torres has been appointed as the newest national ambassador to the PTA
Sherrie Eldridge, author of "Twenty Things Adoptive Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew," presents an interactive workshop...
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See what new, fun games and books came out from Disney, Nintendo, and more this month for kids!
“When they (kids) come across disgusting things, some of those will naturally elicit a response...”
No matter what age your child is, or whether you speak one language or several, you can raise your child bilingual.
As we approach this more-than-usually momentous New Year, we continue our look ahead, as parenting experts tell us what changes and developments they foresee in their fields in the upcoming 50 years. We can feel the future! HAPPY NEW YEAR!
The famous ride of General Israel Putnam is being recreated at Putnam Cottage.
History becomes fun and exciting with these books, CD and board game.
African-American literary figures will be the focus of a special Black History Month celebration at Hopper House Art Center.
Your college days seem like yesterday, but now it’s your kid’s turn to apply. How are you going to cope?
Take an underwater adventure with Under The Sea 3D at the IMAX Theatre Palisades Center.
There’s never been a better time to visit the newly re-opened Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum then during Kids Week 2009.
To celebrate Black History Month, step back in time and experience African-American life in colonial Brooklyn.
Kids learn what it’s like to be an architect, a construction worker, a designer, and an engineer.
Calling all aspiring children’s book writers! McNally Jackson Books is holding a Children’s Story-Writing Contest.
Step back in time and celebrate George Washington’s birthday as those in the early 19th century did.
Little ones can find out what it takes to be a police officer at the Junior Police Academy.
Help kids get healthy at The Pump It Up Festival at the Children’s Museum of Manhattan.
Learn what life was like for African-Americans living in New York during the 17th century.
Children’s responses to art can provide insight into their thought processes and perspectives about the world.
History is being made every day — so how will kids ever learn about it all?
One mother recognized the need for more educational options for her children and turned it into a unique opportunity for all children and parents.