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Things to Do in NJ with Kids

Best NJ Places to Take Preschoolers in March

Spend some time with your 5-and-under at NJ events curated just for them.

Free Things to Do in NJ in March

Get them out and about while going easy on your wallet.

Get Excited: Indoor Skydiving In Paramus Is Opening Soon!

Even the younger members of the family can get in on the action this spring.

Places to Celebrate Dr. Seuss' Birthday and Read Across America Day

Make reading even more fun for the kids with cake, story time and more!

Things To Do This Weekend, February 23-25

Don’t stay home this weekend—embrace the winter season at these NJ area events.

Are We There Yet? A Family Road Trip Planner

This is it—your (sane) family road trip planning guide.

Best Ice Skating Rinks in NJ

From rinks with great views, to Friday night discos, to educational programs with Olympic gold medalist alums, lace up and check out our favorites!

6 Easy, Semi-Homemade Valentine Ideas

Take a little help from printables and craft store toys to make creative Valentines a breeze

Winter Activities and Things to Do in NJ

Your ultimate guide to all things winter in NJ. Great indoor and outdoor activities to keep the whole family busy all winter long.

Free Smarty Pants Valentine Printable

It's sweet to be smart and this adorable Valentine proves it.

Cute and Easy Valentine's Day Cards

Make your own cards with the kids using these quick and simple printables.

Free Valentine LEGO Printable

Make your Valentine's Day extra awesome with our free Emmet printable!

Find The Perfect Summer Camp in NJ

Find a program that’s all about what they love, and they’re sure to be happy campers

Best Camps for Kids Over the Winter Break

Trying to find out where to send the kids while you are working during the holiday break? Here are the best places to keep them entertained for a day.

Things to Do Instead of Watching the Super Bowl

Not a big football fan and planning to skip the Super Bowl? There's plenty to do with the kids on February 4 that doesn't involve watching the big game.