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Beating Homesickness at Camp
Homesickness should not be a deterrent to sending your child to camp. By following some simple strategies, you can help your child develop the skills needed to combat it. (read the story...)

Rosanna Scotto from Fox 5's 'Good Day New York' on Parenting....
Introducing our newest feature, Celebrity Mom! Each month, NYMetroParents will be talking with celebrities about raising their kids. Here’s our first interview — with Rosanna Scotto, from Fox 5’s "Good Day New York." (read the story...)

What Adopted Kids Wish...a Workshop in Ridgefield
Sherrie Eldridge, author of "Twenty Things Adoptive Kids Wish Their Adoptive Parents Knew," presents an interactive workshop... (read the story...)

When Top Kids' Team Sports Don’t Appeal...
If your kids don’t seem excited by or interested in baseball, football, or soccer, there are plenty of other sports that they can try. Get the ball rolling by suggesting some of these alternatives. (read the story...)

Do You Have a Highly Intuitive Child?
Do you have a highly intuitive child? Read the following 10 traits and check those that apply to your child (read the story...)

Raising a Bilingual Child: 8 Tips
No matter what age your child is, or whether you speak one language or several, you can raise your child bilingual. (read the story...)

How To Keep Kids Healthy at Camp
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. (read the story...)

Pacing Your Child's Day
Between long school days, homework, extra curricular activities, and family time, there's not much wiggle room left. So how do you know when your child's schedule is too packed or too empty? (read the story...)

Accidents and Anger
It is normal to feel angry when your child accidentally or carelessly breaks or ruins a precious object. However, an impulsive expression of anger will likely cause your child to feel guilty with no way to correct the situation. (read the story...)

Allowing for Allowances
When are children ready for an allowance? How much should it be? (read the story...)

From Picasso to Picture Books - How To Look at Art With Kids
Children’s responses to art can provide insight into their thought processes and perspectives about the world. (read the story...)

Seven is Sufficient - Family Size and Manhattan Real Estate
Family size in Manhattan is often determined by real estate. A small two-bedroom may limit you to one child, but for Cortney Novogratz, who has six children and a seventh child on the way, the logistics are staggering. (read the story...)

Customized Learning Experience for Your Child
One mother recognized the need for more educational options for her children and turned it into a unique opportunity for all children and parents. (read the story...)

Getting Ready for Preschool: Reading Success
Simple things to do to prepare your child for the transistion into the world of school. (read the story...)

So Sorry! - The Importance of Apologizing
What should you apologize? What does it achieve? How does it remedy the situation? (read the story...)

In Our Communities - Rockland
What has been going on in the Rockland community? (read the story...)

Camp Squared - Should Camp be a Sibling Experience?
Camp can be a beneficial and fun experience, but if you have two or more children in your household, do you send one or all of them to camp? (read the story...)

New Year's Resolutions Children Can Keep
Did your child make resolutions for the new year? Here's how to help them make and keep their resolutions. (read the story...)

Naming Your Big Apple Baby
Having a baby in New York City is different from having one anywhere else, and that includes choosing a name. The 2007 New York City name popularity statistics have been released, and the most popular names are... (read the story...)

Child Versus Checkbook - The Economics of Enrichment
The urge to provide everything possible for our children runs so deep that it can be hard to separate what they need from what they want, not to mention what we want for them. (read the story...)

Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child
Over the past decade or so, research has shown that a child’s emotional quotient (EQ) is just as — if not more — important as IQ for his or her success. So where do we start? (read the story...)

Partying, Kids in Tow
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. (read the story...)

Increasing Adaptability in Your Autistic Child
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. (read the story...)

How to Work with Your Child’s Tutor
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. (read the story...)

Are You Chanukah or Christmas?
Are You Chanukah or Christmas is a new book by Felicia Miller-Stehr that looks at both holidays through the eyes of an inquisitive young girl, Sofia. (read the story...)


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