Spend time outdoors enjoying the fall activities that only come once a year, including fun-filled Halloween events. We pick six spots in and around Brooklyn that are perfect for enjoying the outdoors while having some Halloween fun.
Are you and your older kids ready for a real scare this Halloween? Head to these two frightening Manhattan events and haunted house and you just might have nightmares for a few days. These events are not suitable for young children.
Bust out your dance moves with the kids at these Halloween activities in Manhattan that bring music entertainment alive.
Spend time with your kids enjoying the fall weather while taking advantage of all the outdoor Halloween activities the city has to offer. Here are the top four outdoor Halloween activities for kids that should not be missed.
While planning your trick-or-treating adventure this Halloween, don't forget to include the family dog in on the fun. The Martha Stewart Pets collection at PetSmart has some great costumes that will give your pet spooky style.
Kids are excited to don their costumes, go trick or treating, and participate in spooktacular fun activities throughout the city, and cool attractions in New York City, including museums and observatories, are hosting their own Halloween parties for kids. We pick the top five you should take your little ones to this year.
Children's safety is always a main concern on Halloween, especially when they are trick-or-treating at night. The New York Police Department shares their tips for keeping your children safe this Halloween.
PopCap Games and the ADA partnered to provide free video game downloads for adults to hand out to trick-or-treaters this Halloween instead of candy. This campaign, "Stop Zombie Mouth," is an effort to promote good oral health in children across the U.S.
Spooky monsters in the closet or under the bed can turn bedtime into its own nightmare. Ease children's minds with a companion who will make them feel safe and in control of bedtime. Learn more about Einar The Monster Eater below.
Watching horror flicks with friends and family may be a staple activity for the Halloween season, but for those who are easily spooked, the holiday can still be enjoyed without giving into frightening films. Here are classic Halloween movies that are appropriate to watch with your teens.
Not everyone likes to be spooked come Halloween season. With this list of not-too-scary Halloween titles, everyone in the family can enjoy a night in to watch a classic movie with less fright and more fun.
PopCap's Plants vs. Zombies game is on sale for Halloween -- buy now through November 1 and get a 50 percent discount.
The quintet of irresistible talking puppies -- Disney's loveable Buddies -- are back for a ghoulish good time in an all-new Halloween-themed adventure, "Spooky Buddies," available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD, and Movie Download.
Disney releases "Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Yo Ho, Mateys Away!" on DVD, including seven adventure-filled episodes from the series, along with a new album featuring 18 swashbuckling songs by The Never Land Pirate Band.
SNAP Infusion Supercandy, which is made with natural ingredients and no artificial sugars or high-fructose corn syrup, introduced five new low-calorie candies to satisfy sweet tooths on Halloween and beyond.
It's not your eyes playing tricks on you -- these Colorfusion shirts from Quagmire Kids change color when you apply heat, making them a treat to wear.
These expandable trick-or-treat bags from Aeromax come in festive designs and are easy to store for next Halloween.
Preschoolers can join Dora and her friends on exciting Halloween adventures in the new four-episode DVD, "Dora the Explorer: Dora's Halloween Parade."
The delightfully frightful holiday film by Academy Award-nominated writer/producer Tim Burton is available for the first time on Disney Blu-Ray 3D and 3D Movie Download, the perfect way to introduce a new generation to this creepy classic.
Catch the spirit of the Halloween when you don this pumpkin apron designed by Jessie Steele, the perfect clothing complement to fall activities like pumpkin carving with the kids and cooking up an autumn-inspired feast (or at least looking like you did!).
There’s no Halloween without fun costumes and lots of candy, but before you and Fido gear up to participate in this year’s festivities, there are a couple of things you should keep in mind to ensure the safety of your pet. Heidi Ganahl, the CEO and Founder of Camp Bow Wow, has provided a series of tips below to show you how to enjoy your night out while protecting your pet.
Justin Tuck and Peanuts Characters Teach Manhattan Students About Good Oral Hygiene Just Before Halloween
NFL star Justin Tuck joined Peanuts characters at P.S. 19 in Manhattan to help announce the MetLife Foundation's $1.1 million donation to two important dental care and oral health initiatives for children and families in New York City and beyond.
Get eight great tips on how to cut back on your child's candy consumption this Halloween. Sarah Stone, director of operations at a co-ed health and wellness boarding school, offers her best advice for parents who want to make this Halloween a healthier one.
For children with autism, Halloween can be a very scary time. Debora Harris, president of the ELIJA Foundation and director of the ELIJA School on Long Island, offers her top five tips on how parents can make Halloween more fun and less frightening for a child on the autism spectrum.
Decorating a pumpkin is one of the most important parts about celebrating Halloween with your kids. From picking the perfect potential Jack-o-lantern from the pumpkin patch to carving your creepy or fun design, this book makes the process easy as (pumpkin) pie.