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Featured Event: See Joanie Leeds live at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum this month. Read more…

Redefining ‘fitness’

Redefining ‘fitness’

Autism: Physical fitness expert offers insights into why special needs children aren’t as fit as they can be. Read more…

When is your child’s seizure epilepsy?

When is your child’s seizure epilepsy?

Family Health: How do you know if your child has epilepsy? Read more…
Education: The dream of a dedicated few sparked an organization that brings volunteers into the public school system. Read more…

Friend’s son gets on my nerves

Friend’s son gets on my nerves

Twice the Advice: The Donellis offer advice on problems plaguing parents, including tantrums and bullying. Read more…
Featured Event: This aerial circus is amazing! Read more…

How to avoid PTA burn out

How to avoid PTA burn out

Education: How can you help out at your child’s school without jeopardizing responsibilities at home and at the office? Read more…

Dragons land in Tompkinsville 

Staten Island: Kids learn while having fun at the annual St. George Day Festival. Read more…

Teen esteem

Teen esteem

Lions and Tigers and Teens: Tips to help parents aid their teens in developing a positive self-image. Read more…
Bronx: Bring the kids to the Bronx House for the Performing Arts, record a CD and you just might be the next Partridge Family or Jackson 5. Read more…
Growing Up Online: Having Internet access wherever you go is convenient, but you must take precautions to keep your family’s information private. Read more…

Don’t worry, be happy

Don’t worry, be happy

Ten ways you can help your anxious child. Read more…

More for less

More for less

In this bad economy, it’s no secret that families are struggling financially. Some have realized that they can do without the extras, but others are finding creative ways to save on entertainment, summer camp, vacations, and much more. Read more…

The art of apology

The art of apology

Teaching kids the power of ‘I’m sorry’ Read more…
Behavior: Tips for helping your child succeed in school Read more…
Featured Event: See “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” — live! — at Brooklyn College. Read more…
Parenting Publications of America (PPA) gave out 365 Editorial and Design Competition awards to 72 parenting magazines and websites at a banquet on March 5, 2011, the climax of the three-day PPA Annual Convention in Arlington, Va. Read more…
Featured Event: Step right up and get your tickets! For two weekends in April, it’s carnival time at the Queens County Farm Museum. Spend the day playing fun midway games, going on hayrides, winning prizes, chowing down on cotton candy and being amazed at the magic show (2, 3, 4 and 5 pm in the barn). Not enough excitement? Whiskers the Easter Bunny amps up the fun on April 23, from noon to 4 pm, when he hops on by and leads children on a barnyard egg hunt, a few turns of the Bunny Hop, a game of egg toss and a visit with the farm animals. Read more…

Mothers and babies

Babies: Percent of pregnant women who have trouble finding maternity clothes they like: 87 Read more…
Use simple, earth-friendly tips to re-use scraps to make your eggs beautiful this Easter. Read more…

Choosing the right daycare center for your child

Choosing the right daycare center for your child

Family Health: It can be challenging to find a good center, so here is some advice on finding one that you and your child will be happy with. Read more…
Featured Event: Don’t miss ‘Angelina Ballerina: The Musical’ at the Bronx Zoo. Read more…

Wii meet again

Wii meet again

Newbie Dad: A father accepts that he will never be a champion — when it comes to video games. Read more…

Our glorious — and volatile — planet earth

Letter from the Publisher: We need to work to protect our world for our future generations. Read more…
Important physical and emotional benefits a child will reap from summer camp. Read more…
What every parent needs to know about artificial additives found in the brightly colored candies of Easter baskets. Read more…
Cinematters: Your child can learn about changing his perspective with “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.” Read more…
Legal: You should write to your school district’s Committee on Special Education, and fill out the district’s form to consent to the evaluations. You can also write a letter giving consent to all evaluations, so that your child can be evaluated in all areas of his suspected disability. O Read more…
Our Relationships: Even the best relationships will have a big fight or two, and the best way to move forward is with an apology. Read more…

Go green all year long

Go green all year long

Here are 12 months of creative ideas to help you and your family live a greener life. Read more…
When Gaylord Nelson, then a senator from Wisconsin, conceived the green movement back on the first Earth Day in 1970, chances are he never dreamed that the world’s largest garbage dump could one day be converted into — of all things — a 2,200 acre park three times the size of Central Park. Read more…
New & Noteworthy: Kid rocker David Weinstone has a new CD out with Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals. Read more…
Featured Event: Children learn about Mexico through classes taught by the Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. Read more…
Featured Event: Get moving through classes with the Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. Read more…

This pirate’s a softy

New & Noteworthy: Captain Calamari is sure to be your baby’s favorite toy. Read more…
New & Noteworthy: This cupcake-styled burp cloth set is perfect for your next baby shower — or a sweet treat for yourself. Read more…
New & Noteworthy: A new, fashionable baby carrier for moms. Read more…
Featured Event: Covenant Ballet’s “Fool’s Gold” comes to Kingsborough Community College. Read more…

Sustainable suppers

Sustainable suppers

Good Sense Eating: Eat flavorful local foods — and other ideas — for a delicious tomorrow Read more…

Just dance

Featured Event: Paul Taylor Dance Company comes to the Lehman Center on April 10. Read more…
Featured Event: It’s cherry blossom time at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden. Read more…
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