(Oct. 02, 2017) - Check out our October 2017 issue, which includes the hottest birthday trends of 2017, how to teach kids emotional intelligence and financial literacy, and where to pick your own pumpkins and other fun Halloween activities for kids.
(Sep. 01, 2017) - Check out our September 2017 issue, which includes our cover contest finalists and winners, tips to figure out how much is too much when it comes to after-school activities, how to tell if your child is gifted, and tips for meal planning.
(Aug. 01, 2017) - Check out our August 2017 issue, which includes tips on how to organize your home and how to turn after-school activities into college scholarships. Uncover where to pick your own berries and why me time is good for your health. Read an interview with Lyss Stern, founder of Divalysscious Moms, bring Shake Shack to your kitchen, and learn how to keep kids safe from dry and secondary drowning.
(Jul. 06, 2017) - Check out our July 2017 issue, the all-in-one resource guide for birthdays, classes, sports, education, health, special needs, and camps.
(Jun. 01, 2017) - Check out our June 2017 issue, which includes a guide to unexpected summer fun in NYC, tips on how to keep the family healthy, and grilling do's and don'ts from Chef John Stage of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que. Read an interview with Diaper Dude's Chris Pegula and check out guides to the beaches and amusement parks near you.
(May. 01, 2017) - Check out our May 2017 issue, which covers the dangers of too much sugar, how to fit fitness into your day, and what it's like to raise a mixed-race family. Plus, learn more about the zoos, nature centers, and botanical gardens near you.
(Apr. 03, 2017) - Check out our April 2017 issue, which includes a special parent section and the ultimate party-planning timeline. Uncover how to green your kid's room, where to watch minor league baseball, and more.
(Mar. 01, 2017) - Check out our March 2017 issue, which includes articles about helping children navigate social media and preparing them for the careers of the future. Uncover if you should hide vegetables in your kids' meals and the best spots to go horseback riding, plus read a Q-and-A with Hilaria Baldwin.
(Feb. 01, 2017) - Check out our February 2017 issue, which includes articles about getting your children ready for the real world, and why kids think summer camp is so great. Plus find the best indoor play spaces, and learn how kids are giving back in your community through the NYMetroParents Caring Kids Awards.
(Jan. 03, 2017) - Check out our January 2017 issue, which includes articles about if homework is necessary for kids, how to find summer fun in the winter, and why boys are falling behind. Plus find the best spots to go skiing and snowboarding, and read along as one mom contemplates if her babysitter is doing a better job than her.
(Dec. 01, 2016) - Check out our December 2016 issue, which includes articles about etiquette schools for kids, delicious hot cocoa recipes, staycations around the New York metro area, and how to avoid spoiling your children around the holidays. Plus a behind-the-scenes look at "The Nutcracker," where to cut your own Christmas tree, and your child's strangest behaviors and habits.
(Nov. 02, 2016) - Check out our November 2016 issue, which includes articles about how teachers are using the election in lesson plans, how to help kids avoid common health problems, creative ways to whip up Thanksgiving side dishes, plus where to go ice-skating, our local health care guide, and services for kids with special needs.
(Oct. 03, 2016) - Check out our October 2016 issue, which includes articles about tips for handling birthday party scheduling dilemmas, a guide to when your kids are old enough for certain things, three, 20-minute meal recipes, what your teen needs to know before starting his first job. It also includes a DIY pumpkin animals, a guide to haunted houses, corn mazes, and where to pick your own pumpkins, and a look at the Historic Village and Allaire.
(Sep. 01, 2016) - Check out our September 2016 issue, which includes the winners and finalists of our 2016 Cover Contest, everything you need to know about your kid taking a gap year, tips on how to get kids to eat while socializing in the school cafeteria, whether or not you should let your child play contact sports, and one moms take on medical marijuana in New York. It also includes a DIY sail boat, a guide to where to pick your own apples, and a look at the New York City Fire Museum.
(Aug. 04, 2016) - Check out our August 2016 issue, which includes a quiz on picking the best after-school activity for your child, everything you need to know about music lessons, and a look at how water parks train lifeguards. It also includes a three unique burger recipes, a mollusk wind chime craft, a guide to where to pick your own berries, and a look at the Prospect Park Zoo.
(Jul. 11, 2016) - The July 2016 issue of NYMetroParents includes our annual All-in-One Resource Guide, with our picks for the best things to do in each season in the NYC area. Plus, tips for helping your child build great homework skills and managing your child's busy schedule. Also, learn how to stay positive for your child with special needs.
(May. 02, 2016) - Check out our May 2016 issue, which discusses how to help your kids develop a taste for eating healthy and why it's essential to talk to your kids about body image now. It also includes a roundup of services that deliver groceries and make-your-own meal boxes, and a Special Parent section. Plus, a clothespin art display craft, a look at the Alice Austen House, and a list local zoos and nature centers.
(Apr. 05, 2016) - Check out our April 2016 issue, which discusses how to prepare your child to be a good host at his own birthday party. It also includes tips on what pet might be best for your family, and Autism Awareness Month resources. Plus, a painting with raindrops DIY, a look at Bear Mountain State Park, and a list of places to catch a minor league baseball game.
(Mar. 01, 2016) - Check out our March 2016 issue, which discusses the camp effect and why camp friendships and camp counselors are so important. It also includes everything you need to know about Community Supported Agriculture and how teachers are using the new Tappan Zee Bridge to teach STEM. Plus, a braided headphone DIY, a look at the Beardsley Zoo, and a list of places to volunteer.
(Feb. 01, 2016) - Check out our February 2016 issue, which includes how to cope with your kid's first crush, a look at planning for camp now, and interviews with local dentists about kids' dental health. Plus, awesome taco recipes, a scientific valentine craft, and a list of kid-friendly museums.