Everyone gets stressed even our kids. It is very common to see both kids and adults struggle with anxiety.
“Releasing tension with a stress ball can be very calming and therapeutic”, says Erika Burdick.
Try this easy DIY stress ball and watch the stress disappear.
As parents we all know that when hunger strikes, a tantrum can follow quickly!
Teach kids to get in tune with their body and learn cues from what their body is telling them.
What are your favorite smells during the holiday season?
One of our favorite scents is Gingerbread.
We decided to make a play dough recipe that is a no-bake recipe so the kids can help make it, too.
These are a delicious and fun addition to your fall party.
Kids and adults will enjoy making these and eating them this Thanksgiving season.
A great activity in the classroom or at home.
Fun and easy interactive Halloween Crafts for you and your kids to make.
Adorable spiders, craft stick puzzles, sensory bags, monster hats and Halloween Story Stones…
We all love bubbles whether you are one years old or one hundred years old.
They are beautiful, magical and so much fun. Elizabeth Hashagen and Anne Caminiti show you there are lots of ways to have fun with bubbles this summer.
What’s that, you don’t have bubbles at your house? No problem! We have a make your own bubbles recipe that uses three simple ingredients.
It is a beautiful day outside and you want to head outdoors. Being a resident on Long Island we are lucky to be surrounded by such natural beauty. Not only do you get to walk through picturesque scenery but you can capture some amazing photos with your family.
Long Island inhabits beautiful wild flowers, trees, animals and so much more at our local Arboretums, Parks, Nature Preserves and Botanical Gardens. Check out the list of some places to visit with your family, below.