MetroKids - April 2012 April 1, 2012 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Meet a MetroKids MomTrish AdkinsMeet our April mom of the month. MoneyGive Your Child Savings SavvyApril is financial literacy month, a good time to add to your kids’ knowledge of money. Here are some suggestions GoodsGrow a GardenProduce fresh veggies and watch flowers bloom using these kids’ at-home gardening kits. Family Fun FeaturesGarden DelightsCelebrate spring among flowering trees, feathered friends and buzzing honeybees. Solutions‘Where Did the Baby Come From?’The where-do-babies-come-from question strikes fear into the hearts of many parents, but experts say don’t worry. Music ReviewsHot Band To Pop Up at FestivalThe new Radio Jungle CD establishes The Pop Ups among family music's best groups. They will perform at the Phila. International Children's Music Festival. Book Reviews, Mom's HealthFor Earth Day, a Look at TrashFor ages 5-9, a book of facts about our discards can provide educational reading for Earth Day. Babies, Mom MattersNew Moms Make Mistakes!Small slip-ups can overly discourage new moms, who often run on too little sleep and too much anxiety. Ask MommaWorst Player on the TeamMomma offers tongue-in-cheek advice about 9-year-old boys who are, well, not that great at their chosen sport. Camps & Classes7 Camp Activities To Try at HomeFamilies and friends can capture the summer camp spirit by trying these fun and popular games and experiences. Health & Nutrition, MaternityCesarean Section Q & AWhether you have a scheduled C-section or want to know what an emergency one involves, knowing key facts will make the experience easier. Autism Research & Advice, Education FeaturesProjects Challenge Bright KidsTeachers use global issues, technology and creative expression to engage exceptionally bright children. Camps & ClassesArts Camps: A Happy PictureKids can unwind, gain self-confidence and expand creative and critical thinking as they paint, sculpt, dance and make music. Autism Research & AdviceManaging an Autism DiagnosisHere's how parents can manage their child's autism treatment plan and seek adjustments when they seem to be needed.