Mandarin Seeds

Ages: 0 to 8 years
23 Warren St, New York, NY 10007, USA
23 Warren Street New York New York 10007 US
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  • Who: Bright Kids
  • Where: Manhattan
  • When: K till 12
  • Why: Test taking skills, language, art and math enrichment
  • What: Assessment and Tutoring for tests

Founded by a mom who wanted better options for her children, Bright Kids offers  tutoring for children o need admissions test preparations. Children are first assessed for their capabilities by experts and then assigned a tutor schedule. Using a scientific approach, the institution has outstanding results for children from Kindergarten until High school. Tutors are handpicked and technology is a major tool in ensuring children get the right guidance. Bright Kids believe test taking skills can be acquired and mastered through practice and the use of educational books games and apps.

Success in academics remains the most important criteria to forge ahead in life. Tutoring helps fuel your child’s success and gives you quality time with your child. Tutors collaborate with parents and equip children with the right skills to excel at taking tests.

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https://www.bright-kids.com

Ages: 2 to 18 years
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  • Who: Battery Park Montessori
  • Where: Battery Park City
  • When: Preschool children from 2 till 6
  • Why: Independence, curiosity and problem solving
  • What: A preschool for academic, social and creative development

Battery Park Montessori uses the methods designed by Dr. Maria Montessori in 1907. It is a private school for toddlers and preschoolers. Using time tested methods, children at the school are instilled with a life-long love for learning, confidence, curiosity to ask questions, open to making mistakes and imbued with a passion to seek out knowledge. Children walk away with strong building blocks for their future education and the future they will inherit.

The system encourages children to use all five senses in order to observe their community and environment and develop their own capability and observation skills. As a medical doctor and scientific researcher, Maria Montessori analyzed children and developed equipment and exercise enabling them to learn in a natural manner without much help from teachers. Her philosophy has withstood the test of time and is supported by current research in children’s brain development.

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http://www.batteryparkmontessori.com

Ages: 0 to 5 years
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Ages: 0 to 17 years
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  • Who: Artpiques
  • Where: New York
  • When: 4+
  • Why: Art and social skills,
  • What:  High quality art instruction

A group of artists, innovators and leaders have come together at Artpiques to engage children in social initiatives, make a positive impact in the world and get high quality art training. The small class sizes ensure children get individual attention. Instructors work with children in a fun friendly and safe environment. Onus is also on making children socially responsible, locally and globally, but in a non-threatening manner using respect and compassion. The aim is to strive for excellence

Art helps children improve fine motor and creative skills. It also boosts self-confidence and allows introverts to express themselves using another medium. Children understand problem solving, team-building, imbibe a love for learning and exploring, prepare for a possible future career, develop a different part of the brain and fine tune sensibilities.

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http://www.artpiques.com

Ages: 1 to 17 years
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Ages: 0 to 18 years
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Ages: 8 to 13 years
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  • Who: Abron’s Art Center
  • Where: Lower East Side, NYC
  • When:2 till 18
  • Why: Hone motor skills, develop grace, balance, get creative, work as a team
  • What:  Dance, Music, Theater, Visual Arts
  • Bonus: Private music lessons from professionally active musicians

Abron’s Art Center teaches dance, music, theater and visual arts. Children can get a foundation in dance and movement and work their way to become skilled performers. They learn techniques to develop good posture and form, grace, get alignment and balance. Learning ballet and creative play helps hone motor skills and promotes team work. Children learn to interpret meaning through movement.

Dance helps with strength training, cognitive and social skills, creative self-expression, co-ordination and focus. Children learn to listen, use their imagination and get creative. They learn to stay fit in a fun manner.

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http://www.abronsartscenter.org

Ages: 5 to 12 years
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Ages: 1 to 18 years
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  • Who: Brooklyn Bridge Park
  • Where: Waterfront Park, East River, Brooklyn
  • When: All ages
  • Why: All round development
  • What: Outdoor sports, STEM activities, Music

Brooklyn Bridge Park is a waterfront park on the Brooklyn side of the East River. Children benefit from a variety of year-round activities such as soccer, a pop-up pool, carousel ride, many playgrounds and a variety of eating places. There is an amazing assortment of art and music classes, different types of sports such as soccer, bike riding, basketball, volleyball, swimming and an exposure to scientific activities.

Parks are a great place to inculcate city kids with a love for the outdoors. They not only learn and grow in a fun space, but they develop social skills by engaging with other kids too. Parks plan unusual and fun events giving kids a holistic outlook and exposing them to something different.  Children develop communication, language and all round skills.

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https://www.brooklynbridgepark.org/park

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Ages: 0 to 18 years
1.49 mi
  • Who: Bilingual Birdies
  • Where: New York City
  • When: Infants, toddlers, pre-schoolers, beyond
  • Why: Develop curiosity and compassion
  • What: Foreign languages and live music
  • Bonus: Birthday parties and camps.

Bilingual Birdies aims to encourage cross-cultural awareness. Children can learn Spanish, French, Mandarin, Hebrew and English as a second language through live music, dance, movement, dance, puppetry and theatre-based games. The curriculum aims to teach ten to fifteen basic vocabulary words and short phrases in each class using social and emotional play.

Learning a language is a great way to bridge an awareness gap while at the same time encouraging children to engage and be social. It expands their world vision.Children develop a healthy sense of curiosity and compassion. It helps them become better global citizens.

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http://www.bilingualbirdies.com/nyc/

Ages: 0 to 18 years
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Ages: 0 to 5 years
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  • Who: Baby Moves NYC
  • Where: West Village
  • When: 4-month-old babies to 5-year-old toddlers
  • Why: Creative expression, social skills, Open play
  • What: Developmental classes
  • Bonus: NYC summer camps (16 months to 12 years)

Baby Moves NYC offer classes for babies and toddlers using a mix of scientific approach and fun. Classes develop fine and gross motor skill using musical movements, gym time, sensory explorations, singing, art, obstacle courses and a host of innovative methods. Children are also introduced to the magical world of books. 12 to 30 months babies are also introduced to soccer like activities. During the summer, they offer adventurous camps. They also have a camp where kids create their own fairy tale.

Kids get a boost through early childhood development classes such as music, dance, art, science, gym, sports, cooking and languages. It’s not just an exposure to a new skill, but kids get to engage with other children in a fun manner while learning to express themselves.

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http://www.babymovesnyc.com

Ages: 0 to 18 years
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Ages: 1 to 18 years
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  • Who: Brooklyn Heights Library
  • Where: Brooklyn Heights
  • When: Babies to teens
  • Why: Establish a love of reading and learning
  • What: Storytime, STEM, Live entertainment, Children’s librarian
  • Bonus: Inclusive programs for children with disabilities

Part of the Brooklyn Public Library, the Brooklyn Heights Library opened in May 1962. From babies to teens, there are activities for every age group. Babies enjoy books, learn fun songs meet other babies. Toddlers discover picture books and finger plays. Pre-schoolers continue the exposure to books and songs. Children can get homework help from Grades 1 till 8. Library labs expose kids to science, technology, engineering and math concepts. Chess sessions help children with critical thinking.

Reading aids in brain development and inculcating a love for the library is a great gift to your child. Libraries offer a choice to children and are easier on the pocket. Libraries encourage active learning and many libraries develop special programs to benefit kids. Children socialize with other kids and get exposed to a variety of non-reading programs too.

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https://www.bklynlibrary.org/locations/brooklyn-heights

Ages: 0 to 10 years
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  • Who: Naomi’s Music Together
  • Where: Brooklyn Heights
  • When: 0 to 10 years
  • Why: Creative, social and cognitive skills,
  • What: Sing a long
  • Bonus: Complimentary alumni visit, pajama time, preschool program

Naomi’s Music Together, uses music and movements give children and parents an immersive musical experience. Parents relate to their children in a fun, relaxed and yet significant manner. Singing together enhances the sense of well-being and happiness in the community. The Music Together curriculum of modelling, engaging, supporting exploration and review is the most developmentally appropriate method to help children attain basic music competence.

Music is an essential part of a child’s curriculum. Learning music helps children develop cognitive, social and creative skills. Music enhances a feel good factor and can become a life-long passion, career and stress buster.

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http://www.musictogetheratkiddiekorner.com

Ages: 2 to 17 years
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  • Who: Child’s play
  • Where: NYC schools
  • When: Ages 2 till 15
  • Why: Boost courage, compassion and creativity
  • What: Empower through art
  • Bonus: Scholarships available; Find camps, classes and birthday parties

Every child deserves a chance to develop his or her arts education. Founded in 2009, Child’s Play offers play, imagination, performance and movement workshops, camps, and birthday parties. The aim is to provide a comprehensive curriculum of performance art and imagination-based games challenging children to think critically, develop confidence and social skills as well as build a solid foundation for creativity and expression, enhance decision making, improve visual learning, academic performance and cultural awareness. Child’s play partners with The Drama Club, a non-profit, bringing theatre classes to youth in detention centers. scholarships and participation opportunities are also offered to students facing financial hardship.

ROLE PLAY: Theatre is a beautiful and effective way to present literary and historical themes and a great tool for parents and care-givers. Not only does it help develop imagination and dramatic arts skills but it helps develop perspective, kids learn to work together and in a sneaky way, gain exposure to art and history! Improved confidence also leads to academic improvement.

Reviews and video content give you a better insight into Child’s Play programs, camps, classes, and birthday party experiences.

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http://www.childsplayny.com/

Ages: 4 to 18 years
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  • Who: 14th Street Y
  • Where: East Village, NYC
  • When: Babies, tweens, teens and beyond
  • Why: Explore art and culture
  • What: Get fit with gym and swim

14th Street Y is like a home away from home for your child. Children can enroll in classes for sports or art activities. There are programs for afterschool, preschool and special needs as well as camps and mum and child classes. Ballet, martial arts, soccer, basketball, special classes for children with autistic symptoms, language and communication delays. ACT prep classes are offered to older children.

Academic knowledge is not the only thing important to ensure your child’s development. It is important for a holistic exposure to fields such as art, sport and language. This helps with critical thinking, improving fine and gross motor skill, enhancing communication due to social interactions, give them an ability to think out of the box and in a creative manner.

Reviews and video content provide a comprehensive idea of what to expect from 14th street Y’s  camps, classes, walk-in play, and birthday party experiences.

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http://www.14streety.org/index.php

Ages: 0 to 5 years
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