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Time outside of school presents important opportunities for continual learning. Explore activities and resources that make it fun to learn together when your children are out of the classroom.
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STEM Summer in the City 2018 (2nd-8th Graders)
STEM Summer in the City, a free program designed to provide current 2nd - 8th graders the opportunity for an innovative, engaging, and fun summer learning program designed specifically around science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).
In addition to weekly STEM challenges, involving coding & game design, developing engineering solutions and inventing with robotics, the program also includes enrichment opportunities in the Arts, Physical Education and includes trips to NYC cultural institutions.
• Students are accepted into this program via a lottery
• Program runs from July 5, 2018 to August 09, 2018
• Monday through Thursdays from 8:30 am - 2: 30 pm
• Breakfast and lunch are included
• Metrocards are provided
Locations for Summer, 2018 will be listed in late February.
Application Process: Will open in early March.
For information: http://schools.nyc.gov/Academics/STEM/NYCSummerSTEM
HOME COURT SUMMER BASKETBALL CAMP 2018An air-conditioned gym, affordable fees, professional staff and lots of fun!
Safe Haven’s Home Court Summer Basketball Camp is now open for registration!
Boys and Girls ages 7 to 15 can enjoy full weeks of supervised instruction and games during summer vacation, from July 10 to July 28. Open to everyone! Not limited to Safe Haven players.
The Safe Haven West Side Basketball League’s staff of professional instructors—Nate McGrory, Brian DeJesus, Dacey Sands and Peter Kiss as well as intern Emily Murphy—will again facilitate a dynamic program geared to meet the needs of all players from beginner to advanced skill levels.
DATES-Week 1: July 2 – 6 (no camp July 4); Week 2: July 9 – 13; Week 3: July 16 – 20.
Join Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on Saturday, June 16, for Morning at the Museum with activities geared toward children with cognitive and sensory processing disabilities and their families. This free program is offered before the museum opens to the public, beginning at 9:00 a.m.
In this special workshop, participants will engage in a hands-on theatrical puppet performance and in a design activity with NYC Kids Project. Participants will brainstorm and prototype a product or experience to assist during an outdoor adventure.
NYC Kids Project uses puppetry and theater to teach children of all abilities to embrace diversity, question stereotypes, and show respect for all. NYC Kids Project has been presenting its programs in NYC schools, libraries, and community venues for over thirty years.
This program is free and for all ages. Participants will receive pre-visit materials. Registration required; e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 917.809.6732. Please include the below information to complete your registration.
First and Last Name
Number of Family Members Attending
Child(ren) Name and Age
We hope you can join us!
The Senses: Design Beyond Vision
On view through October 28, 2018
On view through September 3, 2018
Ballet and Beyond NYC, in partnership with the Beacon program, provides FREE classical ballet technique classes to students from age 8 - 14. Beginning classes for 3rd - 5th graders are Tuesday and Thursday from 4:30 - 5:30, and Advanced Beginning classes for 5th - 8th graders are Tuesday and Thursday from 5:30 - 7:00. All classes are held in the Joan of Arc Building, 154 W. 93rd Street. In pursuit of its mission to change the lives of NYC kids who have a passion for dance, Ballet and Beyond NYC provides high quality technical training in an atmosphere that is friendly and accessible to students with limited experience. For more information, contact Michelle@balletandbeyondnyc.org, and to register, call 212-866-0009.