Celebrate this Halloween, Saturday, Oct. 31, with hands-on science and culture, at the fourth annual Dead or Alive in Rocket Park with New York Hall of Science.
Joyce Music Center, which offers piano, guitar, and flute lessons, recently opened in Little Neck.
MKSA LLC, which offers speech therapy and early intervention services for children in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island, welcomes Betty Aboff, M.A., CCC-SLP, as a speech-language pathologist in Brooklyn and Queens.
The Metropolitan Opera will host family-friendly opera showings this year, including The Barber of Seville and screenings of The Magic Flute, as well as half-price tickets for children younger than 18.
Connect the Kids NYC and KNeoWorld Inc. have teamed up to raise money through an Indegogo campaign to supply tablets and game-based learning software to students with special needs in NYC.
If passed, the proposed Healthy Happy Meals Bill will improve the nutritional value of fast food meals targeted at children in NYC.
Bring your kids to Imagination Playground on October 3-4 at FDR Four Freedoms Park to inspire them to get creative with self-directed free play.
Write Guide NYC, an online and in-home tutoring service, recently began offering its services in Queens and Eastern Long Island. The tutoring service offers reading and writing tutoring.
Kuei Luck Early Childhood Center aims to open in October. The preschool follows the Reggio approach to learning in which children learn through play, and is a Mandarin immersion school.
Jorday Rivera's Dance Studio, a Forest Hills studio that offers dance classes for kids and teens, now offers belly dancing for young girls, salsa for toddlers and young girls, and tap and jazz classes for tweens and teens.
Thanks to a confluence of calendar quirks, New York City public school students will have classes only 12 days in all of September--delighted children and confounding parents.
Mathnasium of Astoria, a math-only learning center, will offer a math tutoring program geared toward high school students beginning in September.
Soccer Friends USA, a year-round soccer school, is adding three new soccer programs in Queens: a boys' traveling team, a girls-only soccer program, and a Spanish language 'learn and play' class.
World Ice Arena, which offers ice-skating lessons to children in Queens, is now offering Future Champions, a mid-level figure skating program for competition bound skaters.
Whitestone Lanes, a Queens bowling alley, offers bowling leagues for kids. This fall, the Flushing bowling alley will offer a minion-themed bowling club for kids on Saturday mornings.
Little Atelier of Young Children is an art-focused preschool that follows the Reggio Emilia learning method. The preschool is set to open in Bayside this fall.
FasTracKids and JEI Learning Center, located in Rego Park, will offer a new science and engineering program in the fall.
All Star Studios, a performing arts and dance studio in Forest Hills, is hosting two summer dance clinics that end in half-time performances during New York Liberty games at Madison Square Garden.
Throughout the summer, City Parks Foundation is offering free summer sports programs for kids in New York City, including free tennis, golf, soccer, and track and field instruction and free use of equipment in parks across all five boroughs.
NYMetroParents is proud to announce the 8 finalists in the 2015 Kids Cover Contest, who are set to be professionally photographed in late June.
The Museum of Modern Art will host a new museum program for kids in NYC that features movies for children. The museum's summer film festival for children will span four Wednesdays in July.
New York Music & Arts, a music school in Forest Hills and Great Neck for kids, is now offering a children's choir for kids in Queens, and a mini camp in Great Neck that takes place between the end of traditional summer camp and the beginning of the school year.
First Shot Basketball School, a program that offers after-school basketball lessons for kids in Queens, is launching its evening summer basketball clinics in July.
Circus comes to New York City as part of City Parks Foundation’s SummerStage Kids International Contemporary Circus Festival, with free performances in all five NYC boroughs from June 26 – August 17, 2015.
New York City students across all five boroughs today debuted the largest art exhibition in the history of NYC parks. Using lunchroom tables as canvas, the students created artwork that expressed their views on social issues such as bullying, racism, gay rights, and discrimination.