The Arcade Age – Cradle of Aviation

If you love video games or enjoy the feeling of Nostalgia, like I do then you need to visit The Arcade Age Exhibit at the Cradle of Aviation in Garden City. The exhibit begins with the history of Arcade Games which started in the 40’s and 50’s and discusses the launch of the first arcade […]

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Celery Stamping: Roses & Hearts

Valentine’s Day is coming up and I am always looking for fun new projects for the girls to make. I saw this idea of Celery Stamping on Pinterest and I knew we had to give it a try. This is a great way to create with little hands. Using the bottom of the celery as […]

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Cereal Box Puzzle

We finished our box of cereal and I went to throw out the box and remembered I have been wanting to reuse the Cheerio Box for something. Then the idea came to me, A PUZZLE! My daughter loves puzzles and I thought it would be fun to have her put together a familiar box instead […]

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Super League Gaming Giveaway!

Super League Gaming, the first recreational video league, lets your kids take their love of Minecraft beyond your living room walls and make friends and frenemies at your local movie theater. One of our readers will be able to win a pair of tickets to this four week gaming experience at the Farmingdale Multiplex Cinemas […]

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Chocolate Covered Strawberry Hearts

Who loves Chocolate Covered Strawberries? These strawberries can be made to look like hearts very easily for a perfect Valentine’s Day treat. These Valentine’s Day Treats are super simple and delicious to eat.

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Shining Child- Raymond Mohler Jr.

We are so happy to announce our Shining Child of the Month for January 2016, Raymond Mohler Jr. He started his foundation called, The Little St. Nick Foundation over a decade ago and he has made such a positive impact on the community.   Raymond is a wonderful example of Kids helping Kids and the […]

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PARENTAL TIP: Be Specific!

Article Written By: Michael Pam Although this is a true story from this morning, it does make you think. The picture below is what happens when you tell a 10 year old to get his shoes and hat off the stairs. I wasn’t specific. Did he do as told/asked? Yes.

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