In the Magazine: March 2018

In the Magazine: March 2018

Take a peek inside our March 2018 issue!

Check out our March 2018 issue to learn about how camp prepares kids for college, how to raise a take-charge teen, plus tips on what to clean in your home that you haven't considered and what parents can claim on taxes. Additionally, our issue contains a DIY craft to make a fake fur pom; how a mother changed the way she parents after her daughter developed fears; family-friendly events happening in Manhattan; breakfast recipes that incorporate greens; and a roundup of seasonal events, including where to go maple sugaring, where to volunteer in your community, bookstores, and kid-friendly museums.

Camp

How Camp Prepares Kids for College

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10 ways camp helps with the transition to collegiate life.

 

Things to Do

Fake Fur Pom

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Customize these faux fur pompoms and add them to your shoes, keychains, or even hair accessories.

Family Fun in Manhattan in March

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The four can't-miss events to see with your kids this March in Manhattan.


Family Activities Calendar

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Find tons of fun things to do in your area in March by searching our comprehensive calendar of kid and family events.


Spring into March

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Maple Sugaring

Volunteer

Bookstores

Museums

 

Family Life

Make Filing Less Taxing

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These smart moves can minimize your payout—or score you a sweet refund.


Spring Clean It!

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27 places in your home you might be forgetting to clean.


3 Green Breakfasts Kids Will Actually Enjoy

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Three easy green recipes to get kids excited about breakfast.

 

Raising Kids

5 Things Parents Should Know About Bad Behavior

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Tips from Dr. Catherine Pearlman, a licensed clincal social worker and author.


Fear Not, Little One: How My Daughter Developing Fears Changed the Way I Parent

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A mom's view of how her daughter’s journey from fearless to fearful (and back again) changed the she parents.


The Basics of Sleep Training and Sleep Regression

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How to get your infant to sleep through the night—and deal with sleep regression when it happens.


How to Raise a Take-Charge Teen

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Teach your child to make his own decisions—confidently.


Quotables

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Parents reveal their luckiest moments and other quotables.


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