With Spring arriving officially this Tuesday, Spring Break is not far behind. Do you know how your kids will spend their time off from school? Check out some of these suggestions for keeping your kids entertained and keeping boredom away.
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Last summer, The New York Times and WNYC joined forces to start SchoolBook, a resource about New York schools. Their goal is to provide a compass, providing resources that New Yorkers can use to make their own opinions about NYC schools.
Looking for an innovative & upbeat class for your kids in the neighborhood? Well look no further, City Kids Dance has come to Woodside to spice it up! This dance & movement program combines a strong organic movement style, modern dance, ballet, interpretive dance, tumble & acrobatics. However it is not just about ballet or dance itself, but exploration […]
There are tons of fun things going on in Queens this weekend – here are our Top 10 picks!
Queens has so many amazing places to visit, so to kick off our series on Queens neighborhoods, let’s explore Bayside.
St. Patrick’s Day is approaching and it’s the perfect time to start planning for a celebration. A visit to Butcher Block in Sunnyside, Queens is all you need to stock up on authentic Irish culinary treats and imported items.
Our series explaining your child care options in Queens continues this week as we explore live-in child care: nannies and au pairs.
Some may consider home birth to be a fringe movement made up of a few brave…or crazy women, however a study published by Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in May of 2010 shows that home births rose by a dramatic 20% among American moms between 1990 and 2006. Why are more and more moms choosing this […]
There is always something happening in the world of NYC Schools. We hope that the dates listed below help you keep track!
We’re nearing the end of our fabulous Class Blast, but before it’s gone, we’re giving you a chance to win passes to two upcoming classes: Mommy and Me Music with Music Together and Art at M8ke.org.