We’ve compiled some excellent web resources to help you celebrate National Poetry Month with your child, whether you just read them or want to try to write them.
I wanted to make sure that my son has someone to read with him, and make jokes with him, play ball with him, and hold his hand when he’s scared to go into his first day of gym class. I wanted to make sure that I wasn’t absent. I don’t want to helicopter, but I want to be involved.
When you have a question about something odd you see or find in the NYC street, calling 311 is often your best bet. Most times.
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(DISCLAIMER: I received a free copy of “Dad’s Book of Awesome Projects” to review it. My review is not based […]
If your kids loves little plastic bricks, Legoland Discovery Center Westchester is a fun experience for them and the whole family.