Check out our May 2016 issue, which discusses how to help your kids develop a taste for eating healthy and why it’s essential to talk to your kids about body image now. It also includes a roundup of services that deliver groceries and make-your-own meal boxes, and a Special Parent section. Plus, a clothespin art display craft, a look at the Alice Austen House, and a list local zoos and nature centers.
Though we want our kids to have a balanced diet, getting them to eat less junk food can be a battle. Here’s advice from experts to help kids develop a taste for healthier foods.
With the barrage of media telling kids their value is in their looks, we often wonder when to talk to them about body image and self-esteem. Hint: Now.
A roundup of grocery, meal, restaurant, and make-your-own meal delivery services available in the New York metro area, plus snack box subscription services.
Special Parent Section
Fun and Activities
This easy craft project for kids give them a new way to display photos or artwork using clothespins.
The Alice Austen House, also called Clear Comfort, is a historical landmark and vibrant cultural center, which exhibits parts of Austen’s extensive photography collection with the mission of keeping the spirit of the early American photographer alive.
Family Activities Calendar
Find tons of fun things to do in your area in May by searching our comprehensive calendar of kid and family events.
Where to Guide: Zoos and Nature Centers
Find the best zoos, nature centers, and botanical gardens in New York City; Long Island; Westchester and Rockland Counties, NY; and Fairfield County, CT.
We’ve browsed the Internet, read the books, and checked our Twitter and Instagram feeds for the best quotes, tweets, and images from parents about raising kids.
Katie Workman is the author of the cookbooks The Mom 100 and Dinner Solved!, which help parents navigate their kitchens to create great meals for the whole family.