(Jun. 01, 2018) - Keep your kids entertained while learning something new all summer long around the New York City area, including Westchester County, Rockland County, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, and Long Island.
(Mar. 29, 2018) - With the plethora of family-friendly activities geared toward the younger set, you may be wondering what to do with your tweens and teens in New York City. Read what happens when a Long Island mom treats her teenage daughter to brunch at Charlie Palmer at The Knick and a visit to the Theater District to see "SpongeBob SquarePants: The Broadway Musical".
(Feb. 26, 2018) - Teens have a tendency to follow the crowd—help your child be confident enough to make his own decisions.
(Jan. 03, 2018) - If you find you're having trouble getting your teen up and out the door in time to arrive before the late bell tolls at high school, you're not alone. It turns out the early high school start time is not in line with teens' development and biology—and leads to a lack of sleep in high schoolers. In fact, beginning high school classes at such an early start time can harm teens' health and academic performance.
(Jul. 28, 2017) - Seven surprises from a rare but successful mother-daughter weekend trip to the iconic Niagara Falls.
(Jul. 12, 2017) - Consider visiting Raleigh, NC for a weekend getaway with your family, a southern city boasting festivals, museums, historic parks, and more.
(Oct. 28, 2016) - Make your fitness routine easier to stick to with these workout-proof wonders.
(Oct. 06, 2016) - The iconic Hersheypark amusement park has a reputation for being little-kid heaven (it still is), but if your teens haven’t been, here’s why you should take them.
(May. 31, 2016) - If you have to cook everything inside before you cook it outside, why bother?
(Dec. 29, 2015) - Every child has his or her own special strengths. Here’s how to focus on what makes your child unique.
(Sep. 27, 2015) - Here’s what’s new and exciting at Disneyland Resort and LEGOLAND California—and how to take that dream trip for less.
(Sep. 21, 2015) - After 113 years of being left out in the cold (literally), the New York City Toy Fair held at the Javitz Center will welcome kids and families in 2016.
(Sep. 16, 2015) - Mayor De Blasio is putting city schools' focus squarely on the science of computers. By 2025, our students will be better prepared for the burgeoning technology jobs in the city.
(Sep. 14, 2015) - Your children may be counting down the days until their next birthday—who doesn't love to be celebrated?—but you're probably stressing about what do to at the party and baking a cake. We're here to help, with six birthday hacks to make the day go smoothly.
(Sep. 14, 2015) - Faye de Muyshondt, founder of socialsklz:-), a Manhattan etiquette school for kids, shares guidelines for how to invite guests to a birthday party, writing thank you notes, and handling food allergies.
(Sep. 11, 2015) - Protecting your child on the road comes down to proper car seat use. But that doesn't happen nearly half the time, says a new study. Here's what you need to know.
(Sep. 09, 2015) - The Metropolitan Museum of Art isn't called the world’s greatest museum for nothing. If you've never taken your kids to see its treasure troves, don't wait another week.
(Aug. 31, 2015) - Math homework: All kids get it, and some kids struggle through the Common Core State Standards and "new math". We spoke to area experts for the best tips to help you help your kids with math homework.
(Aug. 25, 2015) - Keeping a great babysitter can be as hard as finding one in the first place. Up your odds of being her favorite client by following these often unspoken rules.
(Aug. 18, 2015) - Great Wolf Lodge in the Poconos has been a fave family vacation spot for years. Now, you have even more reason to go. It's not just for splashing anymore.