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Ask the Expert: What Is Martial Arts Therapy and How Can it Help My Child?
by NYMetroParents Staff - July 01, 2013

Dr. Alisha Griffith-Berkeley, co-founder of a specialized martial arts program in Brooklyn, explains what martial arts therapy is and how it can help children with special needs such as autism, ADHD, and sensory issues.


The Best of the Rest of the Web: Tantrums, Helicopter Parents, SAHM, and Myth of Work-Life Balance
by NYMetroParents Staff - July 01, 2013

From the NYMetroParents July Source Book issue, a selection of thought-provoking, laugh-inducing, and just plain interesting facts and quotes from the web and the world of parenting.


Set Sail with Disney Radio, Circle Line, and Princesses and Pirates
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 26, 2013

Join New York Water Taxi, Radio Disney, and Cayman Islands for the first-ever Princess and Pirates Adventure cruise made especially for kids on the NY harbor this Sunday, June 30.


On The Blogroll: Love, The Ludwigs
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 26, 2013

The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.


Fireworks and Fourth of July Events in New York City
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 25, 2013

If you're in New York City this July 4, here's where to watch the Hudson River fireworks show and where to find other family-friendly Fourth of July events in Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens, and Staten Island.


Announcing Finalists of the NYMetroParents Cover Contest
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 25, 2013

The finalists of the NYMetroParents 2013 Cover Contest hail from all around the NYC area, including Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Rockland, Dutchess, and Fairfield County, CT.


Josh Lucas Plays Ping Pong for Charity
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 25, 2013

Actor Josh Lucas attended Only Make Believe's SPiN Out of Spring event at SPiN: NYC, where he played ping pong with young professionals to support the nonprofit organization that brings live theater to children suffering from chronic illness and disabilities.


Ask the Expert: How Can I Prevent and Treat Sunburns?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 24, 2013

We spoke to dermatologist Elizabeth C. Smith, M.D., about preventing and treating sunburns, including SPF guidelines for children, how often you should buy sunscreen, and tips for applying sunscreen properly.


Legoland Westchester to Install 1 World Trade Center Model to Miniland Exhibit
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 24, 2013

Legoland Discovery Center Westchester will unveil a replicated Lego model of 1 World Trade Center to its Miniland exhibit on June 28.


Find Waldo in Queens and Save at Local Stores
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 24, 2013

People shopping small businesses in Astoria and Long Island City in Queens will be in for a discount if they find Waldo hiding in its stores during this month-long scavenger hunt.


Ask the Expert: What Should I Look for in a School for My Child with Learning Disabilities?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 19, 2013

We asked Kevin Pendergast, Head of School at The Kildonan School, what a parent should look for when visiting a potential school for their child with learning disabilities and what aspects of a school help a child with LD thrive.


School of the Arts in Fairfield County Receives $20,000 Grant
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 19, 2013

Neighborhood Studios of Fairfield County, a multidisciplinary school of the arts in Bridgeport, CT, received a $20,000 grant from The Music Empowers Foundation to fund a new music program at the school.


Ask the Expert: Should I Persuade My Kid to Stop Playing Sports if His Team Keeps Losing?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 24, 2013

Though your child's sports team may require long hours and commitment, is persuading him or her to quit because the team does not win a lot of games the right move? A father of two and the CEO of House of Sports in Westchester, New York weighs in on whether it's appropriate to pull a child out of a team sport simply because they are not winning.


Ask the Expert: How Should I Talk to My Kid About Losing a Sports Game?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 24, 2013

When your child loses a competitive sports game like a soccer match or basketball game, the ride home may be filled with silence. A father of two children who play competitive basketball and the CEO of House of Sports in New York shares advice on what parents should say to their children after a loss.


Brooklyn Teen Wins Art Contest at Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 17, 2013

NYC teen Valerin Sanchez of Bushick School for Social Justice in Brooklyn was named the winner of the Materials Matter Amazing Art Challenge at Ripley's Believe It or Not! Times Square on June 15.


On The Blogroll: Me and Ducky
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 11, 2013

The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.


On The Blogroll: Heiddi Zalamar
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 11, 2013

The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.


Researchers Discover How Brain Circuits Can Become Miswired During Development, What That Might Mean
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 07, 2013

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have uncovered a mechanism that guides the exquisite wiring of neural circuits in a developing brain -- gaining unprecedented insight into the faulty circuits that may lead to brain disorders ranging from autism to mental retardation.


Ask the Expert: Why Is My Son Less Focused in School Than at Home?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 07, 2013

If a young child who is focused at home becomes distracted and unable to answer questions in school, there may be several explanations. An expert on ADHD and disruptive behavior disorders offers his insight and advice.


Ask The Expert: How Can I Keep My Child Academically Engaged This Summer?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 06, 2013

We asked Veronica Verdino, director of FasTracKids in Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn how we can keep kids engaged in learning through the summer months, and how the gradual separation teaching style at FasTracKids can help enrich children academically.


Hyde Leadership Charter School in South Bronx Graduates First Senior Class
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 06, 2013

The only college preparatory high school in the Hunts Point neighborhood of the South Bronx, Hyde Leadership Charter School, will graduate its first senior class on June 29 with a 95 percent college acceptance rate.


Study Reveals 8 Precautionary Steps to Prevent Peanut Allergic Reaction while Flying
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 06, 2013

A University of Michigan study reveals eight precautionary steps people with peanut or tree nut allergies can take to reduce the risk of having an allergic reaction while flying on an airplane.


On The Blogroll: Dan Zevin, The Minivan Diaries
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 05, 2013

The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.


On The Blogroll: When You Wake Up a Mother
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 05, 2013

The NYMetroParents blogroll features the best blogs in the parenting world, from New York and beyond. Here's a closer look at why we love these mom bloggers and dad bloggers and how they're shaping the web for parenting today.


Ask the Expert: Can Music Improve My Child's Reading Skills?
by NYMetroParents Staff - June 05, 2013

A music therapist and award-winning children's musician explains how dancing to music and playing musical instruments may help improve a child's reading skills through the use of cross-lateral movement.



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