Category: Education

Lakeshore Toys Holiday Preview

As a teacher and a mom, I love toys.  Lakeshore is a staple in almost all classrooms I have been in, as well as my home.   Their motto “Gifts for Growing Minds” is true, […]

LeapFrog has New Toys Coming

Educational toys serve multiple purposes of entertainment and teaching skills, as a teacher I am always twisting toys into teaching. My kids have owned a ton of LeapFrog toys since they were born. Each having […]

Saint Nicholas Day – Rockland County Historical Society

Do you know the history of Saint Nicholas? This legendary tale was told in the historical Jacob Blauvelt House in New City; built in 1832 and was owned by family descendants until 1970 at which […]

REVIEW: Is That a Fairy? By Chris Young

This ebook Is That a Fairy? is short story featuring Ben and his dog, Daisy the beagle. Ben is a curious, kind hearted boy who wonders about the world and people around him. Particularly fairies. […]

How do your kids play?

The “question how do your kids play?” is usually the first question I ask when meeting a new family that I am taking on as a client. It seems simple, but I make sure to […]

Washington Irving’s Sunnyside

Historic Hudson Valley has 7 sites that offer a blast into the past for families to visit.  Washington Irving’s Sunnyside House is located on the Tarrytown/Irvington border along the Hudson River on 10 acres, which […]

Westchester Tinkergarten Class Review

Last week my just turned 3 year old son and I had an opportunity to attend Tinkergarten in Croton Gorge Park.  I was apprehensive to try a new class with my little guy, as he […]

Tiggly Words Review & Giveaway

If you have been to one of our Mom’s Night Out you have probably heard about Tiggly Shapes and Tiggly Math.  The Apple Moms LOVE these educational toys for our kids.  Not only do my […]

Historic Huguenot Street

May 2nd, kicked off Historic Huguenot Street’s Spring 2015 opening, I was able to attend with my family to check out their activities and come back to share with you all about the Historic Huguenot Street […]

Heroes of the City YouTube Channel

I know I have shared about Heroes of the City in the past because in my house it is an all time favorite on our phones and tablets.  Often I am telling other moms about […]