We don't know about you, but we're ready to grab the kids and get out of the house this weekend! Luckily there is no shortage of family fun throughout Brooklyn -- take in a show, celebrate St. Patrick's Day, or create a stained glass window that will inspire spring. Enjoy yourselves and be sure to visit SkipKid for even more activities! 
Does the latest dose of winter weather have your housebound kids frog-hopping off the couch? Give yourself (and your kids) the gift of the Sit 'n Spin, the single toy we would never, ever part with.
The Peter Pan Experience, BAM, Fort Greene.
All Weekend
Everyone knows you never grow up in Neverland—but what happens if you’re grown up already? Plucked from their busy jobs, five adult strangers find themselves in a world of nightstands and night lights, a world where your favorite forgotten toys appear out of nowhere, your favorite music thrills you to dance, and all the joys of childhood come flooding back thanks to the invisible magic of Peter Pan. Ages 7+

Metro Measure, New York Transit Museum, Brooklyn Heights.
All Weekend
How many people can squeeze into a subway car? Is a subway station as long as a football field? Can a giraffe fit in a subway station? Head to the museum's platform level with tools and measuring instruments in hand to make numerical discoveries about subway cars and stations. For ages 4+

Rainbow Stained Glass, Spark by BCM, Dumbo.
All Weekend
Kids have fun brightening up the winter blues by creating rainbow stained glass windows.

BPL Comic Con, Central LIbrary, Prospect Heights.
This is an event for kids and teens that brings comics fans and creators together for an afternoon of panels, workshops, and activities. Costumes encouraged. 

A Book of Hours, Old Stone House, Park Slope.
A larger than life book leads children through familiar daily events using favorite nursery rhymes and songs to tell the story.

42nd Annual Brooklyn St. Patrick's Day Parade, Park Slope.
Parade will start at 15th Street & Prospect Park West, go down 15th Street to 7th Avenue, along 7th Avenue to Garfield Place, up Garfield Place to Prospect Park West and along Prospect Park West back to 15th Street.

Philosophy for Kids with Simon Critchley, Central Library, Prospect Heights.
Bring your budding intellectual to explore some of life’s biggest questions!

Story Time with Cara Zelas, Powerhouse on 8th., Park Slope.
Zelas will introduce Little Dude’s Big World of Kindness, a new book series for children!

The Rock and Roll Playhouse Presents: The Music of Prince, Brooklyn Bowl, Williamsburg.
A family concert featuring the music of Prince with Blue Lightning.
On Thursday, March 23, be a part of the most indulgent evening for pregnant women in New York City as they prep for baby on the way. Hosted by Well Rounded, the online destination for urban parents and parents-to-be, this event will feature expert speakers, prenatal pampering, healthy food & mocktails, and 10-12 curated brands picked specifically for urban motherhood.
The six-figure salary of stay-at-home moms. 

A new report on
kids and fake news: the results will surprise you.

Teaching kids to resist and persist...
and then what
The Washington Post

One mom's approach to bullying -- she
bullies back
The New York Times
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