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DIY: How to Make a Sensory Toy
by NYMetroParents Staff - October 03, 2014

Trying to find the perfect sensory toy for your child can be a struggle, so why not make a sensory toy for your child with special needs? Here is a step-by-step guide to DIY a balloon sensory toy.


Crafting with Children with Special Needs
by NYMetroParents Staff - October 03, 2014

Working on an art projects brings out creativity, eliminates distractions, and boosts confidence in children with special needs. Here are some tips to make crafting with your children successful and fun.


How to Throw a Birthday Party for a Child with Special Needs
by NYMetroParents Staff - October 03, 2014

Yes, you can throw a birthday bash for your child with special needs! Birthdays only come around once a year, so there’s pressure to get them just right. The most important thing is to involve your child in the planning process. Follow these expert tips for a successful birthday celebration.


Fire Prevention Week Promotes Working Smoke Alarms
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 29, 2014

Fire Prevention Week, sponsored by the National Fire Protection Association for more than 90 years, is Oct. 5-11. This year's theme is Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!


Spirit Halloween Announces New Costumes, 2014 Trends
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 29, 2014

Spirit Halloween, the largest seasonal Halloween retailer in North America, recently announced its new Halloween costumes and Halloween decor, as well as the projected most popular 2014 Halloween costume ideas.


The Best of the Rest of the Web: Band-Aid Obsession, Dad Talk, and Trick-or-Treating
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 25, 2014

From the October 2014 issues of NYMetroParents comes a selection of funny and thoughtful quotes about sending your teenagers trick-or-treating, giving dads an outlet, and the strength of kids' obsession with Band-Aids.


Answers to Common Questions Parents Have About Homework
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 24, 2014

Some common questions parents have about homework include how to prevent procrastination, how much should parents help, and how to prevent homework meltdowns. We've got the answers to those questions and more from local experts.


How Parents Can Supplement Children's Learning at Home
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 22, 2014

If your child's school falls short in effectively teaching math and science, based on Insideschool's extensive research, there is much you can do to supplement his or her learning at home. Here are some ideas to supplement your child's math and science education.


Maker Faires in the New York Metro Area Support STEM Learning
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 22, 2014

Maker Faires, which celebrate invention, creativeness, and resourcefulness, are a fun, family-friendly way to support STEM learning at home. We've compiled a list of Maker Faires in the New York metro area that you can take your kids to.


How To Make Your Own Slime
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 20, 2014

This Halloween hit the kitchen and make a recipe for fun when you learn how to make your own slime. This homemade slime recipe is designed for kids to get their hands dirty, plus it's offers sensory stimulation for sight and touch. Prepare to get messy and have a lot of fun with homemade slime.


Win 4 Tickets to Strasburg Rail Road and Hotel Stay
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 19, 2014

As, part of our Halloween giveaways, you can enter to win a family 4-pack of tickets to Strasburg Rail Road's Murder Mystery Dinner Train on Oct. 25, plus an overnight stay at Clarion Inn at Historic Strasburg. This is a family-friendly Halloween event.


Resources for Math and Science Learning at Home
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 17, 2014

Whether your child's classroom doesn't have evidence of quality math and science learning, or you want to boost your child's education at home, these educational websites will help with math and science learning at home.


America Will Turn the Lights On To Support Afterschool Programs
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 08, 2014

People all across the United States and at U.S. military installations worldwide will turn the lights on this October by joining the only national rally for afterschool programs.


Sesame Street Exhibit to Open at the New York Public Library
by NYMetroParents Staff - September 08, 2014

As Sesame Street begins its 45th season, The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts and Sesame Workshop invite fans of all ages to take a closer look at the show's legacy, artistry, and beloved characters at the new free multimedia exhibition Somebody Come and Play: 45 Years of Sesame Street Helping Kids Grow Smarter, Stronger, and Kinder. The exhibition will be on display in Sept. 18-Jan. 31, 2015.


Aug. 29-Sept. 1 Weekend Highlights by NYMetroParents
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 28, 2014


Top 100 Fall Activities in the New York City Area
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 28, 2014

Have the most fun this fall at these family events in and near NYC, including Long Island, Southeast New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut. Find apple picking, fall festivals, autumn harvest fairs, Halloween activities, corn mazes, Thanksgiving parades, and much more in our guide to fall fun.


The Best of the Rest of the Web: Starting Kindergarten, Entering High School, and Special Needs Moms
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 27, 2014

From the September 2014 issues of NYMetroParents comes a selection of funny and thoughtful quotes about sending your child to kindergarten, keeping track of your high schooler's accomplishments, and the myth of superhuman special needs moms.


The Clover Hill School in Norwalk Celebrates Its 10th Year
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 19, 2014

The Clover Hill School, a Waldorf school for preschool and kindergarten-age children based in Norwalk, CT, was once only an idea brought up in a Stamford church meeting room. This year, it celebrates its 10th anniversary.


How to Soothe a Camera-Shy Child
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 18, 2014

Rob DeSantos, one of the star photographers at PhotoOp NYC (which has studios on the Upper East and Upper West Sides of Manhattan and also travels to the Hamptons during summer months) reveals some of his secrets for capturing cute kids through the lens.


Meet the 2014 Cover Contest Winner and Finalists
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 18, 2014

Introducing Emily, the winner of the 2014 NYMetroParents cover contest, and the eight finalists, including Fan Favorites and sisters Milani and Lola! Get to know these cute kids, take a behind-the-scenes peek of the photo shoot at PhotoOp NYC, plus a video that captures the kids' spirit—and cuteness!


Ebates Teen Style Survey Reveals Top Trends for Back to School
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 12, 2014

Ebates.com, a pioneer and leader in online cash back shopping, announced the results of its 2014 Back to School Survey: sporty clothes, urban fashion, and junior hipster looks are top trends for back to school.


Governor Malloy, Treasurer Nappier Announce CHET Baby Scholars Program
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 08, 2014

Connecticut Governor Malloy and Treasurer Nappier recently announced the launch of the CHET Baby Scholars program through the CHET 529 College Savings Plan. The Connecticut 529, managed by TIAA-CREF, helps families save money for their child's college education.


Ask the Expert: What Should I Know About Sudden Cardiac Arrest?
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 07, 2014

Jason Goldberg, owner of the Westhcester-based Accel Health & Safety and an American Safety & Health Institute instructor, shares the differences between heart attack and sudden cardiac arrest, as well as how to help someone having a heart attack or going into sudden cardiac arrest.


Ask the Expert: What Should I Know About CPR and CPR Training?
by NYMetroParents Staff - August 07, 2014

Jason Goldberg, owner of the Westhcester-based Accel Health & Safety and an American Safety & Health Institute instructor, shares information about CPR, including what CPR is, why it's important to take CPR and first aid training courses, and how to administer CPR properly.


Ask the Expert: What are the Booster Seat Requirements for Kids?
by NYMetroParents Staff - July 31, 2014

Before considering graduating your child from a booster seat in the car, make sure you know the child car seat and booster seat requirements to keep your son or daughter safe on the road.



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