MetroKids - January 2012 January 1, 2012 Site Staff FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin Camps & Classes, Photo GalleriesMetroKids Super Camp Fair PhotosPhoto gallery of the Jan. 27 fair in Conshohocken, PA. Hundreds of parents and prospective campers met with representatives from more than 60 camps and programs. Book Reviews'Dead End in Norvelt' Awarded 2012 Newbery Medal"Achingly funny" novel of a New Deal town is named the past year's best children's book. "A Ball for Daisy" wins the Caldecott Medal. Autism Research & AdviceNew Autism Label Would Eliminate Asperger Syndrome and PDD-NOSA single diagnosis — autism spectrum disorder — would incorporate all categories. Fewer individuals may qualify. Fitness7 Parent-Child WorkoutsWhen you exercise with your child you can have fun, burn calories and enjoy some quality time. ToddlersWhen Your Child Says 'I Hate You!'The first time your toddler blurts the "h" word can be devastating. Here's how to handle it. Meet a MetroKids MomTracy RossiMeet our January mom of the month. Weekend PlannerKids' New Year's Eve PartiesOur top ways to ring in 2012 with the kids: noon countdowns, fireworks and more family celebrations GoodsSilly HatsKeep your kids' noggins warm with these goofy hats. Family Fun FeaturesWinter Waterpark AdventuresFind respite from the cold at indoor waterparks that are only a short drive away. Special Needs ParentingIndependent EvaluationParents probably won't get reimbursed for an outside evaluation if they disagree with the school district's assessment. Music ReviewsAn All-Ages Hit for Dan ZanesDan Zanes' new CD, Little Nut Tree, is at home in both modern folk and the kids' music genre, with fine world rhythms thrown in. Book ReviewsKids' Books: Poetry, Art & HistoryIn January we look forward to better times, but these kids' books also look back, in different ways, at poetry, art and African American history. Mom's HealthOvercome These 5 Exercise HurdlesHere are common reasons why we balk at putting on walking shoes and stocking the fridge with fruits and veggies. Camps & ClassesFamily Camps Are Fun for EveryoneAttending camp as a family offers an affordable mini-vacation that strengthens relationships in a safe environment. Ask MommaPushy ToddlersAsk Momma takes a humorous look at the tendency of little ones to "shove, chop and mow their way through." Your HomeLIGHTBULB HAZARDSCFLs, those curly new bulbs, contain mercury. Babies, Medical, New MomsBIRTHMARK BASICSOne in 10 babies is born with or develops birthmarks. Here are the six most common kinds. Camps & ClassesCamp fairs are for kids tooHere's how children can get the most out of visiting a regional camp fair. PlayHomemade Is Where the Heart IsCreating valentines gives you and your child a project to share, and special message to those you love. Secondary EducationDoes Your Child Need SAT Help?How important are courses and tutoring for standardized college aptitude tests?