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As our children become teenagers and their interests and hobbies change, so too do their friendships
Located in the Northwest region of Queens, Astoria is a family-friendly neighborhood home to many pa
This sweet collaboration between the Museum of Ice Cream and Target will include clothes for kids, p
One in 13 kids has food allergies, which is equivalent to nearly two kids per class in the United St
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Dream Machine is a dream-like, surrealistic playground opening on April 5 in Williamsburg that aims
Get a taste of Hawaii life at the New York Botanical Garden this summer with a new exhibition called
Take these steps to make sure your child is always cared for, now and in the future.
The iconic toy brand is selling an exclusive collection at a department store near you.
Here’s How Garden School Is Helping Families Get in Touch with Loved Ones Affected by the Recent Hurricanes and Earthquake
Garden School’s Amateur Radio Club teamed up with Amateur Radio Emergency Services to be able to sen
Music schools, stores, and organizations across the country will celebrate the second annual Kids Mu
Experts discuss how parents can establish skills from a young age to ensure kids will know how to ha
Many parents often debate whether allowance should be earned by doing chores, or should just be give
Harry Potter: A History of Magic is opening at the New-York Historical Society in October 2018.
Six Flags Great Adventure is adding a new DC Comics thrill ride called CYBORG Cyber Spin in late spr
The American Museum of Natural History is opening an exhibit all about the senses called Our Senses:
For the first time in 99 years, the solar eclipse will be visible to the entire continental United S
The 10th annual Citi Summer Streets runs from Central Park to the Brooklyn Bridge on Saturdays from
Women can now breast-feed at one of five lactation pods set up by the Department of Health around Ne
Target pledges to remove artificial flavors, preservatives, sweeteners, and colors by the end of 201
Original Illustrations from ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!’ Are Now on Display at the New-York Historical Society
Twenty-nine original illustrations and book page proofs from 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang!' are now on d
Hershey’s Chocolate World is moving to a new store that will be three times bigger with new attracti
Whether your kid is committed to sports, the arts, or even community service, here’s how to turn tha
Governors Island is usually open only for the summer and will now be open for six months this year.
Skull Patrol is an initiative created by the Larchmont Recreation Department and Larchmont Chamber o
A study from the Environmental Defense Fund found levels of lead in baby food across the country, ho
In honor of World Oceans Day on June 8, the Wildlife Conservation Society launched a 30-Day Plastics
The New-York Historical Society is opening an Eloise at the Museum exhibit from June 30 through Oct.
The Museum of the Moving Image in Astoria, Queens received an overwhelming amount of support in rais
Ethics for Children is a program taught at the New York City Society for Ethical Culture that emphas
A roundup of escape room games in the New York area, including New York City, Westchester County, Ro
A guide to visiting Locked – Escape Rooms NYC, an escape room game in Astoria, Queens.
New York Aquarium held a boardwalk mural contest and have announced the three winning designs to be
Crayola needs your help in naming its newest blue crayon. In return it's giving away one of six gran
Potterheads, rejoice: 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is coming to Broadway in April 2018!
The Wildlife Conservation Society’s New York Aquarium needs your help in deciding what its next mura
The South Street Seaport Museum is celebrating its 50th anniversary on Saturday, April 29 with a fre
The newest exhibit at The New York Botanical Garden, CHIHULY, is opening on April 22 and will featur
There are more mixed-race families than ever, but parents still face challenges raising kids in two
Chuck E. Cheese’s is introducing a Sensory Sensitive Sundays program this April for children with sp
Staten Island FunPark, formerly known as Staten Island Go Karts, will open on April 1, the new name
‘Sesame Street’ is introducing a new character named Julia: a muppet with autism.
Jacques Torres has opened the first-ever chocolate museum at his shop in Soho, with chocolate tastin
NYC First Lady Chirlane McCray aims to reach high-need populations with free baby showers for new an
Gwendolyn McNamara, a sixth-grader at Community Roots Middle School in Downtown Brooklyn, won the Ne
All of your chocolate dreams will come true at this new museum opening in Jacques Torres’ Soho-Hudso
Just in time for Women’s History Month and the Oscar-nominated movie ‘Hidden Figures,’ Lego announce
How children as young as 3 can learn skills now that will help them once they enter the workforce.
Yonkers Public Schools teachers must answer emails from parents and students in a new deal met by th
Okay, babies, now let’s get in formation.
Kids can bake loaves of challah bread for homeless families at the second annual Mega Challah Bake f
Three students from Trinity Regional School on East Northport, Long Island won first place at the re
After 146 years, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey is ending all circus shows due to high costs and
Give Kids a Smile Day is an annual event that provides dental care to underserved children across th
SHAPE America created guidelines for schools to follow to support recess for all K-12 students.
New guidelines say infants ages 4-6 months should eat peanut-containing foods to prevent allergies.
The plan is called Excelsior Scholarship and would be geared toward families with an income of $125,
A look into how these local Catholic schools have integrated and accommodated students of all types
See this Hippo Ballerina bronze sculpture at Dante Park in front of Lincoln Center from Feb. 7 throu
The Bronx Zoo will be adding a zip line, kid-friendly adventure course, and more to its family-frien
Jesse Gunn and his father Tommy were named one of five grand prize winners in the Ben’s Beginners™ C
The New York City Child Savings Account will launch in fall 2017 for low-income families with kinder
The American Museum of Natural History introduced a new bilingual exhibit called ¡Cuba! that explore
What to consider when your child with special needs turns 21—and is no longer a child.
Natalie Hampton, 16, is the creator of Sit With Us: an app that allows students to find a group to s
Per Se, the acclaimed French restaurant in Columbus Circle, will be offering a seven-course menu to
This pop-up museum in the Meatpacking District is the ideal place to cool off from the New York City
Though hundreds of pre-K seats have been added throughout Queens, there is still a waitlist for kids
An in-depth look at how the dedicated and well-trained crew of lifeguards keep everyone safe at wate
Music instructors weigh in on what parents need to know before signing their kids up for music lesso
Kids can now host LEGO-themed birthday parties at the LEGO Store in the Flatiron District.
Accomplice the Show is introducing a kids-only adventure theater show in Central Park called "The Qu
In honor of Star Wars Day on May 4, Discovery Times Square is hosting a special celebration with the
Visit Historic Hyde Park via Metro North and the free Roosevelt Ride shuttle bus from May 1 through
Shanghai-based architecture firm 100architects has created an idea for a six-floor park in Times Squ
In a study published by the journal PNAS, researchers found that 9-month-old babies that listened to
A Year with Children is an annual exhibit, now in its 45th year, that showcases the artwork of New Y
Aigner Chocolates in Forest Hills has been bought out by new owners and now has longer hours, new sh
You’ve planned and paid for a birthday party that reflects your child’s passions and interests, chos
At their own birthday parties, kids may find it difficult to focus on whether their friends are havi
Gerber issued a voluntary recall for certain organic pouches due to product spoilage during transpor
The American Museum of Natural History is opening a new exhibit called “Dinosaurs Among Us” on March
Beloved children’s author and illustrator Mo Willems now has an exhibit all about his work at the Ne
After being closed for over three years, the South Street Seaport Museum is finally reopening its do
Keep Music Alive, an organization that advocates music education, is celebrating Teach Music America
The new set of LEGO minifigures were unveiled at the 67th International Toy Fair in Nurenberg, Germa
It turns out that man’s best friends have been dogs ever since the Viking era!
Learn how the Vikings actually lived their lives and walk out of this exhibit at Discovery Times Squ
Make your own chocolate! These classes are great for kids and adult chocolate lovers.
Play Fair, hosted by the Toy Industry Association and LeftField Media, will be held at the Javits Ce
Barbie is receiving a makeover for the first time in 57 years. Toymaker Mattel will make the iconic
Wildlife abounds at Hudson Highlands Nature Museum in Cornwall, NY. The nature center was founded in
Your child exclaims she doesn't want to go back to camp, now what? We spoke to experts about how you
The Titanosaur is now on display at the American Museum of Natural History. The dinosaur was discove
Arts Brookfield hosted its Grace-ful Ice: Dinosaurs carving demonstration in front of Grace Plaza, w
IDNYC released their list of updated benefits and discounts for all municipal ID holders.
Mother Receives a Flood of Support Following Her Request of Primrose Markers Donations for Her Son with Autism
Stacey Haley lives in Bowmanville, Ontario in Canada and wrote a Facebook post asking for Primrose m
United Airlines organized a special flight for sick children to fly to the North Pole at Newark Libe