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Galoop - Classes

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Galoop offers unique programming and community for young children and their families. Its mission is simple: to provide a nurturing environment for young children, a curriculum based on the latest research in child development, and parental education and support.

Galoop's morning program is designed for children ages 6 months to 3.5 years accompanied by a caregiver. Think of it as a “mini school” for tots this age. The emphasis is on learning through play and free exploration. Children are offered independence and agency with the opportunity to choose which of the many stations to engage in that day. Every morning, Galoop offers sensory table play, arts and crafts, song and story circle time, and outdoor play at its exploratory playground.

Galoop's afternoons offer enrichment programs for children ages 6 and under. Offerings include art, yoga, music, and French, with more to come.

Galoop also offers a summer camp. Visit the website for more information and a schedule.

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Liberty POST NYC - Sensory Gym and Programs

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At Liberty POST, children recieve individualized attention from dedicated and professional therapists. Comprehensive evaluations are provided to help identify your child's needs. Early intervention, CPSE, CSE, and private pay are accepted. 

Liberty POST also offers center-based and in-home therapy as well as group programs. Camps during summer months and monthly social groups are offered.

On-Site Art

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On-Site Art provides summer programs, after–school art classes, and workshops where students ages 8 to 18 learn new ways to express their creativity and have fun at the same time.

Full-day classes are offered in the summer, with mornings spent in Central Park drawing and painting at different themes and locations. Students will visit the Conservatory Garden, the Cooper Hewitt Museum Garden, the Met Rooftop, and locations around the reservoir. Students will share their work on a regular basis in order to further their understanding. 

Each day, after a picnic lunch, the group will visit different museums along Museum Mile and draw and paint from their extraordinary collections.  Students will benefit from individual instruction and feedback from a Yale trained artist and educator with years of experience inspiring young artists and her co-teacher, a recent RISD graduate.

The group meets every morning in front of the Guggenheim Museum to walk to the morning location.

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YMCA of Long Island - Classes

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At the YMCA, everyone has the opportunity to surpass their potential. From preschool and summer camp to swim lessons, youth sports, dance classes, and more, the possibilities are endless.

As a leading provider in swim lessons, the YMCA program focuses on keeping kids safe in and around the water with an emphasis on true progression of swimming.

The YMCA's sports and fitness programs are designed to build athletic, social, and interpersonal skills. Programs include basketball, boot camp, karate, soccer, street hockey, volleyball, yoga, and Zumba.

The YMCA believes that cultural arts education not only enriches a child’s mind, but also helps him or her develop confidence and character. YMCA arts programs include Act Out Theatre performed at the Y Boulton Center for the Performing Arts, art, ballet, cheer dance, hip hop, jazz, music lessons, and performing arts camp.

Check your local branch for exact offerings and schedule.

Find Your Awesome at the YMCA!

Collina Italiana - Classes

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Set on the Upper East Side, Collina Italiana's Italian language classes allow children to benefit from a comprehensive approach to learning in an age-appropriate and inviting atmosphere. Children gather around to share learned words and expressions through playful, skill-building activities such as arts & crafts, games, songs, dances, stories, and fun exercises to improve language skills. 

Classes for kids include:

  • Giardino dei Bambini—drop-off program
  • Girotondo—after-school year-round program, broken into the following groups: Giallo (playgroup, ages 2-3), Rosso (playgroup and preliteracy, ages 4-5), Blu (reading and writing, ages 6-8), Viola (reading and writing, from age 9)
  • Workshops—painting, arts & crafts, specialty
  • Private/semi-private tutoring, on- and off-site.

For all the bellissimi details on Collina Italiana, call the Italian instructors today.

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