What are Brooklyn Parents doing for Parent’s Day?
Well, thirteen days ago a couple wheeled their baby to brunch in a crib. Yes, you heard me, in a crib. Maybe you could try this to?
But seriously, Parent’s Day is everyday. As parents we all want the best for our child and are always looking for ways to entertain and train them.
What can Brooklyn Parents do for this weekend to engaged their children in active learning activities to strengthen that ‘core’ family relationship which is the catalyst to a successful community and the proper growth and development of your child?
The pros say “Parents’ Day … requires investment, focus, and commitment”
It so happens that the City gives you no excuse to be an irresponsible parent. Especially since I am doing the hard work for you of investing time and focusing on where it is all happening! All you have to do is commit to these endless activities for kids and places for the family to have fun together. Start your weekend off with these and keep posted via our facebook account for continuous and current updates by just clicking ‘LIKE’ now!
Friday from 4:00pm-5:00pm
Introduces children and teens to basic animal care and informs them about existing issues in animal welfare. This school year, we are very excited to be partnering with Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers’ (HEART) to enhance the program and offer exciting new activities and topics, ranging from farm animals to wildlife. Caring Kids nourishes the bond between humans and animals and encourages young people to become animal advocates in their community.
The program meets every Friday from 4:00pm-5:00pm. It is mainly geared towards the 5-13 age range, but any participant between the ages of 4 and 18 is welcome.
Slide SHIPWRECK! Pirates & Treasure will capture your imagination and take you on an incredible journey through thousands of years of maritime history. Experience hurricane-force winds, pick up treasure with a robotic arm, and explore the mysteries of the deep. This exhibit features over 500 authentic artifacts, including gold and silver treasures, as well as the incredible science and technology used to work thousands of feet below the ocean’s surface.
Details: 226 West 44th Street, NYC. Ages 5 and up. Cost: $20.50/adults; $15.50/children 4 to 12 years.Contact: 866.987.9692. Visit the website for more information.