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Celebrate National Pancake Day at IHOP with a Free Short Stack!

Don’t miss out on this once-a-year treat!

Beatles Fest Is Coming to Jersey City This March

This celebratory weekend will give the kids a new appreciation for the fab four’s music.

March STEM Events for Your Small Scientists

Looking for things to do with your science-loving smarties? We’ve rounded up some of the best STEM events in the NJ area.

Help! My Child Has Dyslexia

Teachers and parents share their best advice on how to advocate for your child.

Get Excited: Indoor Skydiving In Paramus Is Opening Soon!

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

How to Identify the Warning Signs of Dyslexia

Is your kid struggling in school? Does he have trouble remembering words? These may be signs of a language learning disability.

Mahwah and East Brunswick School Districts Call For Armed Officers After Shooting Threats

Several NJ schools are investigating threats made since last week’s shooting in Parkland, Fl., and are calling for armed officers to protect schools.

Advocating for Your Special Needs Kid in School

Getting through the red tape is tough, but you have more rights than you think.

National Margarita Day Is a Thing (And It’s a Great Excuse to Plan a Girls' Night)

We’ve got the scoop on the best NJ spots to raise a glass.

Flu Season is Hitting Hard in NJ: Here’s How to Protect Your Kids

This season has already seen a total of 84 pediatric deaths, including 3 from NJ.

10 Things to Do When Inviting an Autism Family to Your House

Eileen Shaklee, mom to a 13-year-old boy and the blogger behind Autism with a Side of Fries, shares her best advice for making visits with family and friends easier.

Lucky Charms Newest Addition Is Making The Cereal Even More Magically Delicious

General Mills is ditching a longtime marshmallow for a new shape.

How to Pick a Camp for Your Special Needs Kid

Make every kid’s school break a blast in a camp program.

How to Talk to Your Kids About Mass Shootings

Here’s some reassuring advice for explaining gun-related tragedies to kids of all ages

I Went to the Florida High School Where 17 People Were Killed—And My Heart’s Never Been Heavier

A 2010 graduate of Marjory Stoneman Douglas in Parkland shares what it was like to watch her hometown become the latest target of a mass school shooting