DUE to the inclement weather HALLOWEEN FEST 2018 is RESCHEDULED TO SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28TH, 2018 from 2PM - 7PM! See you all there!
FREE Shuttle Buses are available at
Times are 2:30pm - 8:30pm (every 30 minutes)
MyKingstonKids Halloween Fest 2018 is a free indoor/outdoor event created to promote an exciting, safe and unique Halloween experience thru stimulating activities including but not limited to our Seed Song Halloween Hayride, Children's Fashion Show, Pumpkin Picking & Decorating, performances, haunted house and more. The event will be hosted on the Seed Song Farm property, which will provide the ideal environment to produce a truly memorable event for the Kingston community.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28TH, 2018
TIME: 2:00PM - 7:00PM
LOCATED AT SEED SONG FARM,
160 ESOPUS AVENUE, KINGSTON, NY, 12401
If you are interested in attending our Seed Song Halloween Hayrides, you must register in advance. The Hayrides will include stories, activities and entertainment. Please register here to reserve your family's seat.
There are 2 different hayrides although you only have to register for one.
Daytime Hayride: 2pm - 5pm | Suitable for all ages
Nighttime Hayride: 5pm - 7pm | Suitable for ages 7 & up
THE HAYRIDE IS FULL. THANK YOU FOR REGISTERING!
This event is made possible by MyKingstonKids, Seed Song Farm, Rupco, Red-K Apparel, HV Parent Magazine
Let's dive into youth mentorship. What does it actually do to help our youth?
It helps them find more self-confidence, self esteem, and are able to create big goals for themselves. Additionally, studies show that behavior, attitudes, and relationships improve when a youth has a mentor. Mentors help children grow and close the social and/or economic opportunity.
We really had fantastic show about mentorship this week and hope that you had some takeaways. Please read below and follow a few of the types of mentors that one should be interested in reviewing. Keep in mind mentors are great for kids, parents, individuals and seniors!
It is no secret that Pretend Play forms an essential part of a child’s development. Children learn by observing, imagining and doing. We often think of “play time” as a time reserved for running around the playground and letting off steam between lessons, or for sitting down quietly with a few good toys to tinker with. These forms of play are important in themselves, but they are not the only forms of play. Learning through play is now widely recognised by practitioners as an essential method of learning and development for young children, and a number of theorists and researchers have identified the values of pretend or imaginative play as a vital contributor to the normal development of a child.
Role playing is a great way to work out situations with children. As mentioned on MyKingstonKids Radio with our guest host, Corin and Judson from Wayfinder imagination is a critical component to child development and effective social skill building.
It’s one thing for kids to hear parents give them instructions on how to do things differently, but to be most effective, they need an opportunity to practice. Role playing provides them with an opportunity to practice new behaviour in a safe environment. You can offer feedback and coaching by creating role playing opportunities.
Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor), the boy who loved to embark on adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with his gang of vivacious and adorable stuffed animals, has grown and lost his way.
Marc Foster, the German director of Quantum of Solace, The Kite Runner, Stranger than Fiction and World War Z makes a different bet with a familiar and emotional film in Christopher Robin, the story of a reunion between two characters created by the author A.A. Milne
Bullying is a very important subject to all of us here at MyKingtsonKids, which is why we chose this topic to cover. Keep in mind that we will revisit it multiple times throughout the upcoming months. As mentioned on MyKingstonKids radio here is some great info that can help you understand and breakdown the facts about bullying. Please let us know your thoughts on our facebook page.
There are many people who remember the tender and successful series Rugrats, which tells of different adventures experienced by a group of children consisting of Tommy, Carlitos, Angelica, Phil, and Lil, among others.
The project was on the Nickelodeon table for some time. They wanted to resurrect the Rugrats: Adventures in diapers to meet Tommie and his gang to a new generation of boys and girls. The idea
Reading should be fun. As mentioned on our radio show there are a few ways to keep the chidren engaged in reading activities. We hope that these help you and get your young ones on the right track. Let us know how it works out on our facebook page @mykingstonkids.
It’s feels so great to introduce our new and exciting project, the MyKingstonKids Play Café. The Play Café is an event within an event and will give parents a chance to attend an event with their children and not have to worry about keeping them entertained. The Play Café is a designated area within specific events including block parties, festivals, etc. that will be fully equipped with a menu of children’s activities including games, arts & crafts, paint ball, dance parties, bouncy houses and more depending on the space provided. Parents can leave their children or stay with them in the area. Our counselors will keep them busy while you enjoy the event!!