As the end of the school year approaches, artistic creations, book reports, poster boards, folders and workbooks arrive home. Your child hands each one to you with an expectant look on his face: “You’re going to keep this, right?”
When families commit to youth sports teams, in particular to one in an organization that travels, the result can be anything but child’s play.
It’s hard to believe that actress Natasha Richardson could fall on a bunny slope while skiing and be brain dead just hours later. As her death shocked the world, it has also increased awareness and worry among parents...
Just in time for Mother’s Day, Julie Klappas and Lyss Stern, two NeYC moms, have written a new book to help us remember. In 'If You Give a Mom a Martini … 100 Ways to Find 10 Blissful Minutes for Yourself' (Random House $16.95), they present a collection of ways that their stressed-out counterparts take time for themselves.
What can you do to help you kids enjoy sports — and succeed at them? Here are 10 tips to begin...
Making schoolwork a priority in your home sends the signal that you care about your child and her future. Here are some tips to help ensure your child is set up for homework — and academic — success.
Although staying focused when the weather changes can be challenging, we have compiled these tips to help you keep your kids motivated and engaged...
If one of your children has a birthday coming up, build a party theme around Disney Pixar’s new movie, 'Up!'
A great way to teach your children the Passover story is to make matzah with them, just like the Jewish slaves did thousands of years ago.
Every day your skin begs to be fed, nourished and pampered. Luckily, all it takes is six easy steps: three for basic care and three for extra pampering.
Summer camp is a place to release all of the pent-up energy from the school year, and an increase in physical activity can lead to a spike in risks. But keeping kids healthy at camp doesn't require knowledge of the latest medical journals — just a good dose of common sense.
Every parent knows there's a buzz in the air before a child heads off to camp! Here are some tips and suggestions — from the toes on up — for how to pack light.
Winter is here, leaving skin dry and easily chapped and cracked. But have no fear! The cure is simple.
Children’s responses to art can provide insight into their thought processes and perspectives about the world.
The following are 20 questions to think about when choosing a day camp.
Simple things to do to prepare your child for the transistion into the world of school.
For new mothers experiencing pain in the neck and back, here eight common causes and solutions to each.
You splurged on presents and treats for the family over the holidays and now the bills are coming in. What do you do?
During the holiday season, you may be invited to many parties. Some will be adult-only and you will have to find a sitter to watch the kids while you’re out. But many hosts welcome children and encourage the little ones to come. Regardless of where the party is at, you need to pack a few essentials. Read all of our recommendation for when you are partying, with your kids in tow.
As a new mom, it can feel like you’ll never find time to pamper yourself again. But you can!
Life can be challenging for a family that embraces a child with autism. It is not a simple task but it can be accomplished if you accept, adapt and be flexible.
It might look like a winter wonderland, but the cold weather can have dangerous side effects.
A referral from another parent can be a good place to start, but the key is to find a tutor who best addresses the learning styles and issues of your child.
Guidelines for getting kids to do their homework.
Tips for helping your children get the sleep they need.