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Snapology NYC - Classes


Snapology understands that children are meant to learn through play. When children are actively engaged in hands-on, interactive learning activities, their creativity flourishes and they show a greater interest in school. Snapology helps children (ages 2-14) grow up with a thirst for knowledge by engaging them using LEGO bricks, K’Nex and technology. While the kids are having fun, Snapology sneaks in the educational concepts. In most cases, kids don’t realize how much they are learning!

It’s a win-win. You provide your child with the opportunity to learn valuable S.T.E.A.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) concepts, and they get to have a fantastic time.

GoPeer Tutoring


GoPeer is a local startup with the mission of making high-quality tutoring accessible for all students. With GoPeer, you can easily contact local college students who are available to tutor K-12 students. GoPeer offers personalized near-peer tutoring by verified tutors in over 70 subjects, including SAT/ACT test prep.

GoPeer tutors attend the following colleges and universities:

  • Harvard University
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Tufts University
  • Boston College
  • Boston University
  • Suffolk University
  • Emerson College
  • Brandeis University
  • Endicott College
  • Wheaton College
  • Bentley University
  • Babson College

Please visit the website to view the qualifications and experience of available college students near you.

Central Park Tutors


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."



The purpose of is to provide a place where women can ask questions and find answers in a safe, non-judgmental space; a place where women can access yoga and meditation from their home when walking out the door is too much hard work; a place where they can interact with nutritionists, doulas, social workers, and plain old mamas who know. Throw in a little curated shopping experience with recommended items to promote healthy living and some pampering, and you have MamaSoul.

MamaSoul knows that women in all communities can be in need of this type of help, but unfortunately don't have the access or the means. That's why 50% of monthly membership fees go toward a charity promoting mental health and wellness in women (for example, during National Yoga Month, MamaSoul will be donating to The Yoga Alliance).

Please visit the website for more information and to join.

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¡HOLA! - A Playgroup in Spanish


¡HOLA! - A Playgroup in Spanish is a unique, grassroots language immersion program in which kids enter the fun and exciting world of the Spanish language. Play, artistic expression, and socialization are the touchstones of ¡HOLA!'s programs, which implement a combination of teacher-led and unstructured play.

Designed to provide a great introduction or boost to your child's emerging Spanish skills, ¡HOLA!'s classes are taught through the use of visual and auditory/verbal input including music, games, props, art, movement, play, and literacy, engaging children in a multi-sensory learning process. Programs focus on a wide repertory of concepts to build vocabulary and help children acquire the correct use of phonetics while also enhancing their cognitive abilities, fine/gross motor skills, and social and artistic capabilities.

Email for more information on the available programs, including ¡HOLA! Babies (for ages 6-11 months) and ¡HOLA! Música (for ages 18 mos-3 years).

A Capella Music & Performing Arts School


A Capella Music & Performing Arts School offers private in-home and studio music lessons in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. The school provides high quality and fun instrumental and vocal lessons for kids, with the belief that finding the right teacher is the key to learning music and enjoying the process. 

The school's philosophy: Students enjoy music lessons in the convenience of their homes.

A Capella has a holistic approach to teaching music. Lessons are challenging and fun at the same time. Students are prepared to be artists, creators, and producers, not just consumers of music. Teachers help students to become more creative and musically independent, creating a comfortable environment where students are introduced to music in a relaxed and stress-free setting. Hands-on music making is encouraged regardless of skill level.

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Sagex First Aid and CPR Training


Sagex offers certified American Red Cross first aid and CPR training to expectant parents, caregivers, and children. In addition to traditional classroom courses, Sagex specializes in bringing the class to you. Contact Sagex if you'd like to schedule a class in your home, office, daycare, camp, community center, or even your local park. 

All ages are welcome, but participants must be able to successfully demonstrate the skills taught in order to receive official Red Cross certification. Parent or guardian enrollment is required with participants 14 years or younger. A parental consent form is required for participants 17 years and younger.


My First Book Club


Through My First Book Club, children will gain a love of reading and an appreciation of books. They'll have the opportunity to become part of a community of readers and experience the social power of peers working together to explore the wonderfully exciting world of books. 

Clubs meet for one hour each week for ten consecutive weeks. Each session supports early childhood learners in making meaning while they read, think, and talk about books. Through the use of an interactive read-aloud, habits of a good reader are demonstrated. Children participate in guided conversations and activities about featured books.

Each club is kept to a maximum of 6 readers, and clubs are organized by age group. If you have a group of 4-6 children and would like to host a club, My First Book Club can create a class for you at your home.

My First Book Club will help your children establish their identities as readers while building the foundational skills for reading.


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