Fun Things To Do
Hop from festival to festival and soon you'll find yourself deep into the Jersey culture. There’s no other place like this...and there’s no chance for boredom as each and every event is unique in it's own. From horse and livestork shows, agriculture, jazz and blues to simple amusement fun, seafood themed fests, and even baby parade, you'll find fabulous family fun for all ages throughout the mon...
Summer has arrived and with the warm weather comes all the fun of backyard barbecues and pool parties. Here is a review of everything you need to throw a fun and festive summer bash, including refreshing drinks, the tools to create the perfect meal, and more.
No summer party is complete without a refreshing drink like lemonade!
It’s easy to make your own. Get the kids involved with juicing t...
TIPS FOR SUMMER LEARNING WHILE ON THE GO!
When the final bell rings at the end of the school year, most kids (and adults) are more than ready to trade in homework and other educational projects for a two and half month academic hiatus.
But studies have shown children lose about two months of math skills over the summer months, and students typically score lower on standardized tests at the end ...
Fabulous and Free
NJ Kids Has Loads Of Free And Fabulous Events
Have fun venturing through New Jersey and discovering all sorts of fun, from animal encounters, outdoor hikes, and walks and 5K runs, to parks and playgrounds and festivals and fairs. Take the family on a day trip, and venture out and explore other areas of Jersey. Enjoy the beginnings of Summer with these Free and Fabulous ideas. Make it a family ...
Head injuries are no laughing matter. Trauma from bike riding, motorcycling, skating or football accidents can lead to neurological disease and behavioral issues. One study in Scientific American even shows prison inmates are seven times more likely to have suffered a traumatic brain injury in the past. Of course, getting your children to understand this danger is akin to convincing them candy is ...
by Jane Louise Boursaw
"The Giver" arrives in theaters August 15, 2014. Directed by Phillip Noyce, the film is based on a book by Lois Lowry and takes place in a seemingly perfect community, without war, pain, suffering, differences or choice.
But something is not quite right about this place, and a boy named Jonas is chosen by the government to learn from an elderly man known as "The Giver" abo...
What to do… Special Needs Children
Special Needs families often face a daily roller coaster of challenges and joys – and Special Needs families often face a daily roller coaster of challenges and joys – and finding the educational and play outlets can be a consuming process ... Read More >>
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