April 22, 2019
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It’s quick and it’s easy! Just share your opinion and vote for your personal family favorites. We will publish the results in our July 2019 issue. As a thanks you’ll be automatically entered for a chance to win either a two-night stay for a family of four to Great Wolf Lodge in the Pococnos or a family pack of tickets to a 2019 New York Yankees home game! DON’T WAIT – VOTE NOW! Read more…
Camps: For the theatrically inspired kid there’s nothing like a summer spent putting on a show! Your kid doesn’t have to be interested in booking a national commercial or acing a Broadway audition. Any kid can benefit from the camaraderie, dedication, courage and communication skills required for this amazing art form. Read more…

Hop Into Easter: Easter Egg Hunts & Hands-on Activities

Holidays: It’s spring and evryone is aching to get outside and do something fun and rejuvenating. Check out our collection of funny-bunny egg hunts and ahnds-on activities that are perfect for celebrating spring! Read more…

The Arts

Hot Topics: Most parents have heard of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education, but maybe not as many know about STEAM (science, technology, education, art and math) education. Some educators contend that adding the “A” for art is essential for a child’s full development and education. Read more…
Contests: Autism Speaks® says every child with autism is a superhero! We agree! To celebrate the Autism Speaks upcoming Autism Speaks Westchester/Fairfield Walk, held June 2 at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital-Westchester Division in White Plains, Autism Speaks has put together a terrific Superhero Basket. Read more…

Special Needs Resource Guide 2019

Special Needs: We are fortunate that in our area services and support for children with special needs is growing. While there are still needs to be met, parents today have greater options for their children when it comes to special needs education, recreation, therapy, support, and camps. Read more…
Therapies: Green Chimneys, a fully functioning academic school for “special learners” in Putman County has 110 day and 100 residential students. The school works specifically with children ages 5 to 18 who are either dealing with psychological issues or are on the autism spectrum. These are children who have not experienced success in traditional public schools. Children are referred to Green Chimneys from school districts throughout New York state and each child has an Individual Education Plan (IEP). Read more…
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