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Mommybites.com provides parents with trusted Nanny Boards, online classes, local events, and more.
GetATutor.com has launched its online tutoring platform for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts will present "Coyote’s Dance," a performance by the Treehouse Shakers, for the 2017 season.
Jesse Gunn and his father Tommy were named one of five grand prize winners in the Ben’s Beginners™ Cooking Contest.
Brick Fest Live is hosting A LEGO Holiday Experience from Dec. 9-18 at City Point in Downtown Brooklyn.
Photos from Brooklyn, NY, after-school programs, performances, and other child-focused businesses and venues.
'Sports Illustrated Kids' has named Tai, Rainn, and Brooke Sheppard “SportsKids of the Year” for 2016. The trio are the second set of siblings to win the honor.
The Trust for Public Land and New York Road Runners has announced a new partnership to fund the transformation of New York City public school playgrounds into state-of-the-art, green, community playgrounds.
BounceU of Brooklyn has added programs such as School Year Day Camp and Parent’s Night Out for kids ages 4-11.
A Park Slope elementary school has put an end to traditional homework and replaced it with play-based learning.
Sugar Vines, a floral and event design shop, has made home in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, opening this past August.
The Detective Rafael Ramos Foundation will be launching its Backpack Project on September 15 at P.S. 59 William Floyd School in Brooklyn, and on September 23 at P.S. 151 Lyndon B. Johnson School in Brooklyn.
NY Kids Club is opening locations in DUMBO and Cobble Hillthis fall and in January 2017, respectively.
Juguemos a Cantar is opening a new preschool in January 2017, located at 511 5th Ave, Park Slope, Brooklyn.
The Nurtured Child now has a permanent location in DUMBO/ Vinegar Hill, in which classes for new and expecting families will be taught.
NYMetroParents is proud to announce the 8 finalists in the 2016 Kids Cover Contest.
The Brooklyn Heights Library has found a temporary home while it's permanent location is being renovated.
Sometimes living and working in New York City can get to us, but we're here to remind you why we love living here. Here are five reasons we love Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn.
Now families who visit Prospect Park Zoo and Queens Zoo can learn more about that work through the newly expanded WCS Quests experiential program.
When to catch free admission at NYC's children's museums, zoos, aquariums, and botanical gardens.
When it's raining, don't get stuck in your home. Here are nine things to do with kids on a rainy day in Brooklyn.
Brooklyn will be honoring a hometown hero this summer when a 13-foot-tall bronze Captain America statue is unveiled in Prospect Park.
Starting September, Book Nook will offer satellite classes at locations in Brooklyn and Tribeca.
The popular Pop-Up Pool in Brooklyn Bridge Park opened on Tuesday for its fifth and final season, but if some parents and politicians get their way, the pool will stay open beyond this summer.