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St. Bartholomew's Church Chorister Program

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The Chorister program at St. Bartholomew's Church in Midtown offers free, professional musical training to children in grades 3-12, and participants have the chance to sing regularly in one of New York's grandest churches. The program has an exciting season planned, with performances at the United Nations and the Palace Hotel as well as the annual Advent and Christmas services, which are very popular. No previous musical experience is necessary, and children of all faiths and backgrounds are welcomed.

Those who are interested should contact the Director, Dr. Jason Roberts, at roberts@stbarts.org. The program is always excited to welcome new members who love to sing!

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DiDa NYC

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DiDa (District Dance) is a high-quality dance training program for kids in lower manhattan. Director/owner Jacki Ford is on faculty in the commercial dance program at Pace University and brings her experience as a professional dancer and performer, a Rockette, and a mom to provide quality training to young dancers.

DiDa offers ballet, jazz, hip-hop, and tumbling classes to boys and girls ages 3 through 7.

"Turning amazing tiny humans into amazing big humans, who happen to be incredible dancers."—DiDa

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Gowanus Print Lab

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Gowanus Print Lab is a local screen printing studio that focuses on providing everyone with the necessary tools to screen print on their own. Gowanus Print Lab offers classes, memberships, and contract jobs, and is proud to be offering classes for teens and tweens in a variety of different skill sets. Course offerings include an in-depth screen printing class, a digital design course, and a video/sound shooting and editing class. Single-session classes are also offered for both children and families. No matter what you choose to do at Gowanus Print Lab, you are going to have a good time!

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Super Duper Tennis

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Super Duper Tennis brings the fun back to the game of tennis, transforming non-conventional spaces into sized-down kids' courts with equipment fit for your child, making tennis accessible everywhere and anywhere. Super Duper Tennis focuses on the fundamentals of tennis for kids ages 3 years and up in an educational and exciting environment that enhances self-esteem and builds confidence and love for the game. The teaching techniques are simple and fun, supported by the USTA (United States Tennis Association). This new wave of tennis helps kids get into the game and learn with ease, hit with success, and rally faster.

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Toc Toc Spanish for Kids

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¡Hola! Toc Toc Spanish will be very happy (¡muy felices!) to have you in its immersive Spanish program for babies and toddlers.

Classes are a fun mix of story time, sing-alongs, dancing, games, and puppet shows, and they're great for kids with any level of Spanish. Don’t worry if you don’t speak the language—you can learn with your child. The program is best for babies and toddlers ages 0-36 months. Older siblings are welcome to come as well.

Toc Toc classes are the perfect opportunity to expose your baby to a second language right when the "language learning window" opens. Accompanied by parents or caregivers, children start learning Spanish through a variety of activities such as singing simple, rhythmic songs, dancing, running, spinning, and jumping around the room. Teachers make sure that children have a great time in class.

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Code Ninjas Palos Verdes

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Code Ninjas provides a place where gaming is celebrated as kids gain confidence in coding, math, logic, and problem-solving.

Highlights of the Code Ninja program include:

  • A high-quality, continuous curriculum that lets kids grow and learn, no matter where they start.
  • Kids' favorite games built into a part of the curriculum: Scratch, Minecraft, and Roblox.
  • An easy-to-follow system, with support and encouragement from a Code Sensei as well as fellow students.
  • The opportunity for kids to learn by building video games. They aren't aware they're learning—they're just having fun.
  • The opportunity for kids to learn in a social setting with like-minded peers, making amazing progress in just a few visits per week.

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Roslyn Academic Programs Inc.

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Roslyn Academic Programs offers enrichment classes, after-school programs, and camps for school-age children interested in mathematics, physics, robotics, programming, engineering, languages, music, and art.

The curriculum is structured such that children first learn core principles, combined later with practical application of these principles. Children are taught the ability to quickly and easily master new skills in problem solving, engineering, coding, and design.

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Central Park Tutors

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Celebrating its 10th year, Central Park Tutors has been featured in the NY Times, hired by Columbia Teachers College, and worked with students from more than 50 private schools in NYC. With some of the best tutors in NYC, Central Park Tutors provides homework help, test-prep, and college admissions guidance. Each tutor has a Masters degree and is experienced, personable, and supportive.

Central Park Tutors has a great reputation for providing academic support for students with special needs, general organizational help, and test-prep, including the SHSAT, ISEE, ACT and SAT. The organization has published a gorgeous book on Gifted and Talented Test preparation called Puzzles for Young Children, providing top-notch preparation for the Gifted and Talented exam.

In the words of one mom, “I want to stand on a soapbox and thank Central Park Tutors for helping my daughter! She for once felt good about math—but I could see more; she actually was saying she felt good about herself."

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