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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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OKABALOO FunArtFaktory After-School Recreation Program

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The FunArtFaktory After-School Recreation Program (ASRP) is happy to serve the needs of families in Astoria and LIC by providing a safe and supportive environment in which school-age children can learn skills, develop positive self-concepts, and experience various recreational activities. This thoughtfully-designed recreation program makes it possible for working parents to enroll their children (grades K-5) in a quality boutique-style setting with 20 seats max and be confident that they are enjoying a well-rounded, supervised after-school program. The ASRP offers a variety of structured and non-structured interactive activities in the fields of visual arts, arts and crafts, performing arts, music, musical theatre, creative movement, creative play, science, and language immersion, as well as free-play, games, and homework help. Please visit the website for more information and a schedule.

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Sounds Good Westchester

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Sounds Good Westchester offers Music Together classes in and near Harrison, Mamaroneck, Larchmont, New Rochelle, Pelham, Port Chester, Purchase, Rye, Rye Brook, and White Plains. Each week in the music classes, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and the grownups who love them come together to play musically. Little ones love playing along in class, and caregivers love being a part of their children’s growth into confident music-makers. Sounds Good Westchester also offers Canta y Baila Conmigo—a Spanish-immersion music program that is suited for a wide variety of families, from native and heritage Spanish speakers to brand-new Spanish learners.

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¡HOLA! - A Playgroup in Spanish

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¡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).

South Brooklyn Poetry Club

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South Brooklyn Poetry Club offers poetry-fueled experiences for all ages—classes full of movement, play, and imagination for children, exciting workshops for teens, as well as a variety of online courses and in-person courses for adults.

Offerings include:

Toddler Poetry Hour 
Poetry is an excellent tool to develop communication skills, and also enriches the social and emotional development of young children. Toddler Poetry Hour fosters a love of language through movement, song, and games. 

The Creative Journal Workshop for Teens
Journaling is an excellent way to relieve stress, deepen self-awareness, and process big emotions.

Please visit the website for more information, a schedule, and registration. Space is limited, so sign up now.

Welcome to South Brooklyn Poetry Club. You're already a member!

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Musical Munchkins of New Jersey

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Musical Munchkins has been introducing children to the joys of music for over 25 years. The unique program offers age-appropriate classes for babies, 1 year olds, 2 year olds, and 3-4 year olds. A curriculum has been specifically designed for each age group. A Music and Play Class with caregiver is also offered for children just shy of school age. In the summer, Musical Munchkins offers combined-age classes for siblings and friends.

The Musical Munchkins program encourages individual creativity while also inviting children to participate with their caregiver and peers in group activities. When children leave the program, they are well prepared for the school years ahead. They will have strength in music as well as academics, and they will be comfortable in social environments. As parents and caregivers, you will have many proud moments in Musical Munchkins with memories that will last a lifetime.

Learn French BK

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From the creator of French for Little Ones comes a whole new French language school located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Learn French BK offers a diverse selection of French language classes for kids. All French lessons are immersive. Learn more and register by visiting the website.

Subscribe to the email list for your chance to win one free session of one class or one week of summer camp! Visit the website for details. 

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My First Book Club

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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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