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Brooklyn Children's Museum to Open DUMBO-Based Studio in 2016

BCMStudio will occupy 17,000-square-feet in the ground floor of the 1 John St. condos in DUMBO.

Corona »

Science-Themed Mini Golf Course and Playground Opening for Spring

The two parks at the New York Hall of Science teach scientific principles like gravity and velocity.

Fort Greene »

Best Summer Camps for Kids Who Love Music

DNAinfo New York rounded up the best summer camps around New York City for kids interested in music.

Upper West Side »

Best Summer Camps Across the City for Budding Fashionistas

Your child will learn everything from how to sew to selling a brand at these camps. 

Washington Heights »

Best Summer Camps for Little Rocket Scientists

These camps will inspire your science lover to take his or her passion to the next level.

Fort Greene »

Principal Brings School Back From the Brink of Closure

P.S. 67 was targeted for closure by the city in 2012 but is now on the upswing.

Upper West Side »

Best Summer Camps Across the City for Children with Special Needs

DNAinfo New York rounded up New York City's best special needs summer camps for kids.

Riverdale »

Beyond Camp: Five Cool Summer Internships and Jobs

There are summer internships and youth jobs at some of the city's most fascinating institutions.

Park Slope »

Your Guide to Shopping for Summer Camp Gear

We round up day camp and sleep-away essentials for young adventurers.

DUMBO »

Pet an East River Sea Squirt at New Brooklyn Bridge Park Aquarium

The Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy is fundraising $80,000 to make the project a reality.

DUMBO »

'Mom Needs Space' Gives Busy Parents Quiet Spot to Work

A Brooklyn co-working space helps parents get a "time out."

DUMBO »

Graffiti Class Teaches Kids the Art of the Spray Can

Kids aged 5 and up are welcome at a new graffiti painting class in DUMBO.

Fort Greene »

The Hottest Sprinklers for Kids to Cool Down in the Fort Greene Area

DNAinfo New York rounded up the best sprinklers in Fort Greene area parks.

Clinton Hill »

Clothing Designer Keeps a Dying Indian Print Tradition Alive in Brooklyn

Samara Mahendru uses a traditional Indian hand block printing method to make children's wear in Brooklyn.

New York City »

New York Parents Learn Foreign Languages to Help Kids Become Fluent

Parents are picking up foreign languages in a bid to help their children become immersed in new tongues.

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