A local Long Island Mom has created a business out of her home that is an educational subscription box geared towards kids ages 2 to 4 and we highly recommend it. Her business is called Tiny Book Worms.
Each month there is a different themed box of educational activities that correlates with the book of that month. Continue reading →
While the weather is finally starting to cool, dinosaurs are always cool and Field Station: Dinosaurs is set to reopen for another “Awesome Autumn” season!
After a fantastic summer filled with exciting dinosaur activities, families can enjoy eight more weekends of entertaining and educational programming at the Field Station, including the return of the hugely popular, “Dinosaurs After Dark” experience. Located at Bergen County’s Overpeck Park in Leonia, New Jersey, the Field Station will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from September 22 through November 11, plus November 8 and 9. “Dinosaurs After Dark” takes place on Friday and Saturday evenings from September 28 through October 27.
2018 SEASON OF FIELD STATION: DINOSAURS AT OVERPECK COUNTY PARK GETS UNDERWAY MAY 26 FEATURING NEW SHOWS, NEW ACTIVITIES, NEW TRAILS AND EVEN A NEW DINOSAUR!
The 2018 season of Field Station: Dinosaurs in Leonia, New Jersey begins Saturday, May 26 with new surprises for dinosaur fans of all ages including the latest addition to the park’s dinosaur roster – Spinosaurus! Just minutes from New York City on the banks of Bergen County’s scenic Overpeck Creek surrounded by natural woods providing plenty of shade, the Field Station offers visitors an exciting and educational experience with over 30 life-size, realistic animatronic dinosaurs, over 40 live shows, games, workshops, interactive activities and special guests. Families have come to love Field Station: Dinosaurs for its wide range of quality programming. Ticket prices begin at only $15.50.
It’s amazing how the new year truly begins in September. The school year is off and running. The first year of schooling is always touted as the opportunity, the chance to construct and to improve their understanding of the world around them and their place in that world.