Whether you are part of NYC’s orthodox community or you like to educate your children about different religious and cultural observations, cooking authentic holiday feasts is a meaningful way to share all that life has to offer with your children.
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More than 2.3 million children ages 6-12 play youth soccer in America. Choosing the right sports for your child is about more than a popularity contest, though. Read more to find out if soccer may provide the right mix of developmental skills your child needs at this time.
The sun is crossing the celestial equator this week ushering in the spring season with 12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness. The first day of spring has been celebrated for some 8,000 years. Here are some fun ways to celebrate the Spring Equinox with your children.
Every March 17, people around the world commemorate the life and death of St. Patrick with feasts, parades, and festivities. As the saying goes, “Everyone’s Irish on St. Patrick’s Day!” Here are some family-friendly events taking place around NYC this St. Patrick’s Day weekend.
Mardi Gras represents an excellent opportunity to introduce your kids to a new culture and culinary palette. Here are some kid-friendly Cajun and Creole recipes for the whole family that you can whip up with your aspiring chefs.