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In his new book "David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants," Malcolm Gladwell challenges the accepted mantra that smaller classes are better for children's learning. His view? Larger classes may be better.
A dozen gift ideas for digitally savvy kids that are worth your money.
An NYC computer scientist was inspired to create AutisMate, an award-winning app that helps people with autism communicate, by his younger brother who has autism. Discover how this research-supported tool may be life-changing for your child, too.
Has your child shown an interest in anime or manga, but you're not sure what is appropriate for them to see or read? We spoke to experts about the difference between anime and manga, where it came from, the cultural context and taboo topics that appear, and how to navigate the ratings of anime and manga.
Have your children shown an interest in anime or manga, but you aren't sure what is appropriate? We've got anime recommendations for first-time viewers from Common Sense Media and manga recommendations for first-time readers from Brigid Alverson of Good Comics for Kids.
A Little Personalized, a personalization boutique in Forest Hills, recently opened. The store personalizes every product it sells, making perfect baby shower, graduation, and holiday gifts. The store also offers knitting and sewing classes for kids in Queens.
Jungle Bob’s Reptile World, a large reptile pet store recently opened Jungle Bob’s Fossil Store. The store offers a variety of fossil gifts of various prices, including many gifts under $10.
Looking for a personal or group birthday gift that will mean a lot to the recipient? Project Treasure delivers a keepsake box filled with letters from loved ones to the birthday boy or girl on their special day.