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Ask the Expert: What Genre of Music is Most Beneficial to Your Child's Overall Learning Ability?
Starting music classes at an early age is beneficial in the development of children's learning abilities. The executive director of The Diller-Quaile School of Music in Manhattan shares whether the type or genre of music your child listens to matters, or if all music has the same effects. (read the story...)

Rockland Hebrew School Offers Camp-Like Fun in Classroom
Chabad Lubavitch of Rockland now offers a Sunday Hebrew school for New City children. In the camp-like, fun learning environment, kids learn the Alef Bet, Jewish traditions, and prepare for their bar/bat mitzvah. (read the story...)

Long Island Healthy-Living Club Adds Classes for Girls With Special Needs
Oh My Girls!, a healthy lifestyle club for girls on Long Island, recently added classes for girls with special needs to their offerings. OMG! offers cooking and fitness classes, as well as a health club that teaches girls to make healthy choices in a safe, parent-free, after-school environment. (read the story...)

Mamaroneck Social Skills Center Adds Preschool, Teen Classes
Sociable Kidz, a center that offers socialization classes in Mamaroneck, now teaches preschoolers and teenagers social skills necessary to be successful adults. Preschoolers learn good sportsmanship and how to develop conversation and listening skills. Teenagers learn to take a stand against bullying and how to deal with stress related to school. (read the story...)

Does Your Child Need Academic Assistance for the SATs?
According to the United States Census Bureau, 52 percent of children ages 12-17 consider themselves "highly engaged" in school. This means the other half may need a little extra push when it comes to achieving academic success. Does your child need additional support to achieve success on standardized testing and in the classroom? (read the story...)

10 NYC Students Become Youngest Published Playwrights
Ten New York City public school students had their original plays published and performed through the LeAp OnStage after-school theater program. (read the story...)

Boot Camp for New Dads Launches in NYC
New Dads Boot Camp offers workshops for expectant fathers, facilitating frank discussions on fatherhood and teaching dads-to-be how to care for their kids with guidance from veteran dads. (read the story...)

Sociable Kidz Adds New Classes in Mamaroneck
A social skills group for kids in Mamaorneck adds new classes to cater to those who have a variety of interests, including sports and the arts. (read the story...)

New Nutrition Workshop for Teens in Manhasset
A new nutrition program for teens, called Teen Wellness, is being offered by a holistic counselor at Calliope Fitness and Arts in Manhasset, NY. (read the story...)

Downtown Dance Factory Opens Four Studios in Tribeca
Downtown Dance Factory's new Tribeca studios now offer every style of dance classes for kids and adults, including tap, hip hop, jazz, and Zumba. (read the story...)

Katya's School of Dance Opens to Dance Lovers in Great Neck
Katya's School of Dance - To the Pointe is a new dance studio in Great Neck offering a welcoming atmosphere for those who love to dance, no matter their skill level. (read the story...)

Brooklyn Dance Center III Opens in Bay Ridge
Brooklyn Dance Center III, the third of the Brooklyn Dance Centers that offer dance classes for kids, opened its doors in Bay Ridge this fall. (read the story...)

Young Dancers in Repertory Offers New Dance Classes for Children
Young Dancers Repertory, a dance studio that recently moved to Sunset Park in Brooklyn, now offers several new dance classes for children ages 3 and older. (read the story...)

Dimensions on Stage Opens in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn
Dimensions on Stage, a new acting and musical theatre school, opened its doors in Bay Ridge next to the Dimensions in Dance studio. (read the story...)

Hannah Montana Star Jason Earles Teaches Kids' Acting Class in NYC
Disney Channel star Jason Earles, best known for playing Miley Cyrus' older brother Jackson Stewart in the Hannah Montana series and star of the new hit series Kickin' It, stopped in New York City for a one-day Hannah Montana-themed workshop at A Class Act NY, the award-winning acting studio for kids and teens. (read the story...)

Ask the Expert: How Do I Get My Child Started in Acting or Modeling?
We spoke with John Predaina, director of the John Robert Powers modeling, acting, and etiquette school for kids on Long Island, to get his best advice for parents who want to get their child into acting, modeling, or show business. (read the story...)

The Giggling Pig Opens in Shelton CT
Artist Hannah Perry offers an array of art classes and activities at her new children's art studio, The Giggling Pig, in Shelton, Connecticut. (read the story...)

CLAP for Children to Offer More Chinese Language Classes in Norwalk CT
CLAP for Children will open at the Chinese School of Norwalk to offer more Chinese language classes to kids and adults. (read the story...)

Applause Westchester Adds New Music, Dance, and Acting Classes for Kids
Applause Westchester in Mamaroneck, New York, will introduce four new classes for kids - including acting, dance, music, and theater - this fall. (read the story...)

Over the Moon Music and More in Westchester County NY Introduces Big Kids Music Together
Over the Moon Music and More will introduce a Music Together class for older children (ages 5-7) this fall at its Scarsdale and Chappaqua locations. (read the story...)

The Picture House in Pelham NY Adds Film Program for Toddlers
The Picture House in Pelham, New York, has added several classes to its educational programming, including a filmmaking class for young children and screenwriting and acting classes for adults. (read the story...)

Why It's Important For Siblings to Cheer Each Other On
In her new book "Tending the Family Heart," Dr. Marie Hartwell-Walker discusses why it's important for siblings to attend each other's sports games, dance recitals, and other extracurricular activities. (read the story...)

New Bilingual Program for Kids Opens in Scarsdale NY
Little Linguists is a new kind of bilingual program for kids in Westchester County offering immersion Spanish education as well as classes for native Spanish speakers. (read the story...)

Ask the Expert: How Valuable are Singing Lessons for Kids?
If a child doesn't seem to have a natural talent for singing, are voice lessons really worth it? Professional singer and musician Patricia Shih says they are, for several reasons. (read the story...)

Star Kidz Opens in NYC
Star Kidz, an after-school performance program for kids, opened its first NYC location in Midtown East. (read the story...)


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