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.


How Camp Prepares Kids for College


10 ways camp helps with the transition to collegiate life.


Things to Do

Fake Fur Pom


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

Family Fun in Manhattan in March


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

Family Activities Calendar


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

Spring into March


Maple Sugaring





Family Life

Make Filing Less Taxing


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

Spring Clean It!


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

3 Green Breakfasts Kids Will Actually Enjoy


Three easy green recipes to get kids excited about breakfast.


Raising Kids

5 Things Parents Should Know About Bad Behavior


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


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


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


Teach your child to make his own decisions—confidently.



Parents reveal their luckiest moments and other quotables.

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