UPDATED June: Prepare for back to school time in Brooklyn, New York, with a wide range of after-school programs for kids, Brooklyn sports teams and programs for kids, after-school tutors in Brooklyn, music classes, dance and gymnastics classes in Brooklyn, from Carroll Gardens, to Williamsburg, Brooklyn Heights to Park Slope.
UPDATED June: A list of academic enrichment classes and programs throughout Westchester County, NY., offering after-school and weekend instruction in reading, languages, STEM, and more.
UPDATED June: A guide to private tutors, academic enrichment centers, and language programs in Queens, New York, including Astoria, Jamaica, Kew Gardens, Far Rockaway, Flushing, and Elmhurst, to help your students do better in school with extra homework help and after-school programs.
UPDATED June: Our list of academic enrichment classes and programs throughout Rockland County, NY., offering after-school and weekend instruction in reading, languages, STEM, and more.
UPDATED June: From the Upper East Side and Upper West Side to Midtown Manhattan and the East and West Village and Tribeca neighborhoods, find a private or public school or preschool for your child. Also search for private tutors to help your student with homework, foreign language classes, and other school subjects that will help your child excel in school.
UPDATED June: Our list of academic enrichment classes and programs throughout Manhattan, offering after-school and weekend instruction in reading, languages, STEM, and more.
UPDATED June: Help your child succeed in all school subjects with extra academic enrichment programs, tutors, after-school programs and homework help sessions throughout Long Island, from Nassau County including Oyster Bay, Glen Cove, Long Beach, and North Hempstead, to Suffolk County including Babylon, Islip, Huntington, and Smithtown.
UPDATED June: A list of academic enrichment programs and classes in Nassau and Suffolk counties on Long Island that will give your child a little extra boost in their education.
Ethics for Children is a program taught at the New York City Society for Ethical Culture that emphasizes social awareness and helps kids develop better relationships with their peers and the world.
Helpful pointers for parents to help children flourish through freedom when they are home.
STEAM curriculum is growing in popularity amongst younger children and for a good reason. Centers like NY Kids Club have expanded their STEAM curriculum to meet the needs of parents and kids in NYC.
Book Nook Enrichment Program is focused on reading, handwriting, and skill building for children ages 6 months to 7 years.
We may say our kids are “smart,” but what does that really entail and how can we as parents better help our kids achieve academic success?
Three students from RoboMindTech represented the United States in the World Robot Olympiad in India.
Kent Prep in Flushing will be offering a pre-K enrichment class in early 2017.
Grandmaster Bruce Chung’s studio now provides a two-hour drop-off enhancement program for children ages 2 1/2 to 4 1/2.
Though it may seem quaint, etiquette schools are thriving today—here's why.
A roundup of local manners and etiquette schools and programs in the New York metro area, including schools in Manhattan, Staten Island, Long Island, and Connecticut
Prime Time Early Learning Center in Farmingdale is offering new enrichment programs, including Spanish enrichment, art, and Zumba for students 18 months and older.
The Multiplication Fact Fluency program which assesses students’ abilities not only to recall the products of multiplication facts in families 0-12 quickly and accurately, recently launched at Mathnasium Astoria.
The JEI program and FasTracKids will be added to the Clover Prep after school curriculum starting Sept. 8th.
Starting September, Book Nook will offer satellite classes at locations in Brooklyn and Tribeca.
Expert advice on how to juggle motherhood and owning a business.
The 2016 JEI Math Olympiad was held on March 19 and winners were recently announced.
If you have a bright child who seems to be losing interest in school, it may not be because they do not like it, they might just be bored.