After a wildly successful first year in the Nord Anglia International School in Manhattan’s East Village, Steve & Kate’s Camp, a San Francisco import, is slated to open three new locations in New York City this summer.
The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) is offering great programs for kids and families this spring break.
Wendy Xiao recently launched Cohatchery, the city's first co-working space with day care.
The Big Apple Circus now offers its Circus After School program at Children of Promise NYC and The Cathedral School of St. John the Divine.
A local non-profit organization, play:ground, is gearing up to open a vast 5,000-square-foot playground on Governor’s Island in May 2016.
Construction is close to starting on the site of the future Bronx Children’s Museum, located at Mill Pond Park at the Bronx Terminal Market Powerhouse right along the Harlem River.
Parkour equipment geared toward older kids and teens will be part of an upcoming remodeling project for Riverside Park South.
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show in New York City brings to life a beloved children's book character. Here we talk to creator, Jonathan Rockefeller about the process of putting the show together.
Are you a Brooklyn mama who loves to keep it local or an Upper East Side mom who prefers things luxe? Or perhaps an Astoria mom who revels in all the city has to offer? Take this quiz to find out where you fit into NYC neighborhoods!
New York International Children’s Film Festival 2016 lineup announced.
Ever dream of being a performer on Broadway? 'School of Rock-The Musical' is holding a massive open call audition for child performers this February in New York City. Get ready to rock out!
Because roaches need love, too.
Sugartooth’s Valentines Dessert Tour is a 1.5-mile tour in New York City that is sure to delight the sweet tooth of both couples and their kids.
Plans are underway for the construction of a 476-seat elementary school in downtown Manhattan to address overcrowding issues.
Convent of the Sacred Heart aquatics program, on the Upper East Side, is offering more community classes and events this spring season.
The Titanosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History. The dinosaur was discovered in 2014 in Argentine Patagonia and is the largest dinosaur ever found, at a whopping 122 feet long.
The Department of Education reports an overall rise in graduation rates in New York City, despite tougher requirements for students to receive diplomas.
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Former schoolteacher, Jill Cohen, opened Wordshop, her tutoring workshop which focuses on writing, last January.
Arts Brookfield hosted its Grace-ful Ice: Dinosaurs carving demonstration in front of Grace Plaza, where artists created dinosaur sculptures out of ice.
Book Nook on the Upper West Side started a new program for kindergarteners and first graders called Wise Owls.
Toys "R" Us Times Square will close its doors when its lease runs out this month.
The Discovery of King Tut is a traveling exhibit created by Premier Exhibitions that recreates archeologist Howard Carter’s discovery of King Tut’s tomb in Egypt.
Hippo Playground, the 79th Street Boat Basin, and Magnolia Cupcakes are just some of the reason we love the Upper West Side of Manhattan.