NYMetroParents Table of Contents

November 2012 Table of Contents

(Oct. 31, 2012) - The NYMetroParents November 2012 Family Health issue provides important information on your child's bone health and the effects of too much fruit juice. Plus read about how to hold on to the thanks this holiday season.

October 2012 Table of Contents

(Oct. 02, 2012) - The October 2012 Birthday Party issue of NYMetroParents features big-time party ideas for your child's next birthday, back-to-school articles, advice for the cold and flu season, and how to raise an adventurous eater. Plus browse our extensive pumpkin-picking guide to find a pumpkin patch in the New York area near you.

September 2012 Table of Contents

(Aug. 31, 2012) - The September 2012 Back-to-School issue of NYMetroParents highlights expert advice on starting the school year right, examines the issues around twins in the classroom, teaches you how to pack a smarter school lunch, and lets you in on where to pick your own apples in the NYC area. Plus, learn about vaccines for every age, and what makes a good mentor.

August 2012 Table of Contents

(Jul. 31, 2012) - The After-School Activities August 2012 issue of NYMetroParents offers advice on how to manage your child's full after-school schedule and takes you on a field trip to the Field Station to see dinosaurs come alive. Also get advice on how to stay connected to your preteen, whether ADHD is affecting you or the kids, how to fight pollution to protect the kids, and get tips on raising your kid to be a New York Giants or New York Jets fan.

July 2012 Table of Contents

(Jul. 03, 2012) - July's Sourcebook by NYMetroParents has an extensive directory of every kind of resource parents will need throughout the year, including doctors, birthday party places, camps, after-school activities, and more. The July issue also highlights the 2012 Summer Olympic games, tips for dining out with kids, traveling with a challenging child, a roundup of snacks that should be in your pantry, and more.

June 2012 Table of Contents

(May. 25, 2012) - The June 2012 Summer Activities issue by NYMetroParents features articles on how to cure the summer school blues, a summer guide to fun, tips for calming anxious kids who will go to camp for the firs time, and also an idea on how to honor Dad on Father's Day. Also find a complete list of amusement parks in the New York metro area.

May 2012 Table of Contents

(Apr. 27, 2012) - The May 2012 Family Health issue by NYMetroParents features articles on the importance of becoming an organ donor, marking your child's milestones in school, familiarizing yourself with adoption, and a where-to guide of zoos, gardens, and nature centers in the New York metro area. Also learn from one mom's wise advice.

April 2012 Table of Contents

(Mar. 23, 2012) - The April 2012 Birthday Party and Camp Issue by NYMetroParents features articles on colorful birthday ideas, "best of" camp lists, top-teacher approved apps, and where-to guide of minor league baseball games. Also discover a dad's perspective on his child with autism.

March 2012 Table of Contents

(Feb. 29, 2012) - The March 2012 camp issue from NYMetroParents features articles on the best educational apps that help kids with memory, how to handle shifting nanny needs when the kids go to summer camp, liking your spouse, avoiding dinner party disasters, and raising a money-smart kid. Also find our handy Where-To Guide of places to volunteer with your kids in the New York metro area.

February 2012 Table of Contents

(Feb. 29, 2012) - Our February 2012 camp issue features articles on fun ideas to bring camp home, how to make a smooth transition when moving with kids, keeping the romance alive in your relationship, raising kids to have a heart, knowing when and how much kids should snack, and tips for sending twins to school. Also find our handy Where-To Guide of great museums in the New York metro area.

January 2012 Table of Contents

(Feb. 29, 2012) - Our January 2012 education issue features articles on public versus private schools, raising money beyond bake sales, hiring a tutor for your child with a learning disability, and techniques for parents when swaddling a baby. Also find our comprehensive guide of where to ski and snowboard a short distance from the New York metro area.

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