Guess what kids?? You will now have a chance to meet the new face of MyKingstonKids. His name is Poppy the Panda and he’s fun, exciting and full of surprises. You may have seen Poppy at the Into Yellow Dance Party last week. He made his first public appearance and took many photos with families during the event. The guests seemed to have really enjoyed him and that’s just what Poppy likes.
Becoming a member is super simple and very exciting. We have 3 options for to choose from.
First we have our club membership which is totally free and our paying membership which there is a small fee. You can pay monthly or yearly and receive 2 months free.
Can you believe it?? MyKingstonKids finally has its own gift cards. You can now share the gift of MyKingstonKids with your loved ones. Our cards range from $5 and up. These are digital gift cards so all purchases can be done online for your convenience.
So you may be asking yourself, What I can purchase with a MYKingstonKids gift card??
You may have heard of the Hudson Valley Parent Magazine. There publication is all over Kingston and other parts of the Hudson Valley in offices, schools and anywhere that you may find children. Well now for the first time ever you will get a chance to actually hear the voices of the Hudson Valley Parent Magazine right here on MyingstonKids Radio once a month. We have developed a new partnership with the leading magazine to provide you with a glance of what’s happening before it hits the stands. This way you will know what to expect and even have some great info about your area before the rest of the community.
The obesity epidemic in children over the last few years has been alarming, and therefore parents are always advised to monitor their BMI (Height-to-Weight ratio). The activities carried out by a child during the developmental process go a long way in building up in them, all they need for their adult lives.
Summer is here again; kids are totally school-free for the next 2-3 months. It’s not uncommon that most kids will resort to TV all day long. Their favorite shows that school made them miss must be covered for. But the screen is not the friendliest way to keep your kids busy; in fact, too much of the screen is injurious to their health.
It’s not news that children are the most valued possessions of responsible parents. And at all cost, they always want to protect their children from every possible danger. Unfortunately, these kids are the most vulnerable to dangers because of the carefree lifestyle they are susceptible to live. Without suspecting it and as against most adults who has the intellectual capacity to protect themselves, children expose themselves to a lot of dangers, especially pollutants that can be very injurious to their health.