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In the Magazine: January 2019

In the Magazine: January 2019

Our January issue is jam-packed with info to take with you into the new year, like skincare products that double for mom and baby, how to make outer space slime with your young ones, and how to 'not quite ruin your child.' Our feature pieces cover important topics like preparing your first born for a new sibling on the way, how to know when you're ready to move, and how to prepare your will. 

Education

Why Art Was Added to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Education

How the arts play an important role in your child’s science, technology, engineering, and math education.

How Dwight School on the Upper West Side Turns Students’ Passions into Purpose

The international school’s education philosophy, igniting a spark of genius, helps students thrive in school and in life.


Things to Do

This Starry Slime Craft for Kids Will Get Your Little Ones Interested in Space


Squish, pull, and mix this slime to create an out-of-this-world slime!


Family Fun in Manhattan This January

Don't miss out on these family-friendly events and venues in Manhattan this January.

Family Activities Calendar

Find a variety of fun things to do in your area in January by searching our comprehensive calendar of kid and family events.

Chill Out This Winter

Family Friendly Bowling Alleys in the NY Metro Area

Kid-Friendly Museums in the New York Area

Indoor and Outdoor Ice-Skating Rinks in the New York Area

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Where to Ski and Snowboard in the Northeast

 

Family Life

Is It Time for Your Family to Move to a New Home, Town, or Neighborhood?

Real-estate experts (and real parents!) share the factors that make families relocate.

Why It's Important to Have a Will and How to Write One

Though you may not want to consider the unthinkable, having a will in place will protect your children.

Raising Kids

5 Reasons It's Okay to Indulge in 'Lazy Parenting'

One parent's arguments for 'bare minimum parenting.'

 

My Son Is My Best Reason Yet to Learn to Limit My OCD Behaviors

Whether it's genetic or environmental, I'm doing what I can to reduce my son's chances of developing OCD.


What Your Teen Still Needs From You Even Though She Seems Grown-Up

Your oh-so-grown-up child is less independent than she seems—here’s what she’s still relying on you to provide.

How to Prepare Your Child to Become a Big Brother or Big Sister

Pregnant again? Learn how to prepare your first-born for the baby on the way.

 

Skin Care Products for the Whole Family

Don't let winter weather wreak havoc on your family's skin!