Family-friendly history sites to explore in preparation of kids' social studies and world cultures courses, or for kids that just love history!
This summer, spend time with the kids at a drive-in movie, bowling alley or mini-golf course in the Philadelphia, South Jersey & Delware areas: great locations for classic and old-fashioned family fun!
Many local arboretums, nature centers and parks offer free or low-cost family programming in the spring. Get up-close-and-personal with wildlife!
A preview of MetroKids magazine's April 2013 special needs stories.
Families with kids with special needs have many opportunities to explore programming and entertainment at area attractions this spring. Local family venues offer special events this month in recognition of Autism Awareness, as well as ongoing programming for kids with sensory issues.
Many museums, art centers and events in the Philadelphia, South Jersey and Delaware areas offer free and low-cost ways to experience art with your family.
February is African American History Month, and many museums, historical sites and events in Philadelphia, Delaware and South Jersey offer exciting and educational ways to explore African American history with your family.
Since 1994, MLK Day has been a national day of service. Family volunteer projects develop citizenship in children.