In these photos our Preschool children are getting ready to begin their daily yoga. Daily yoga is a time for the children to practice relaxation, breathing, posture and self control. Yoga has helped to support our calm, safe and comfortable learning environment.
We will be posting a yoga video in the new year, stay tuned.
Also you and your child are more than welcome to join us for a yoga session!
Call the front desk to arrange an interactive visit. 718-457-0429
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Preschool starts here!
Mathematical and Cognitive thinking include logical thinking skills such as comparing, sorting, measuring, and pattern recognition. Through play, children learn to use symbols, developing their capacity to understand abstract ideas.
Call us to schedule a school tour at 718-457-0429 ext:200 or click here and one of our Family Service Specialist will contact you with more information.
Posted by 82nd Street Academics on Wednesday, July 25, 2018
Our Summer School students enjoy learning about the different cultures in their school. Understanding and developing social skills is extremely important for children to interact and engage with people from diverse cultures in a respectful way.
Posted by 82nd Street Academics on Thursday, August 2, 2018
Are You Ready to Be Hired as the Best Parent Teacher for Your Child?
An effective parent is the best way to develop a child. School, preschool, and after school programs become key partners but the parent role has the most potential. Why is that?
The strength of the parent role cannot be overstated in raising confident children to be capable adults.
You may be reading this and wondering if there are areas where you can improve parenting skills. Carol Dweck and Paul Tough have great books on this, so I’m only giving the one – minute version
My parents also balanced the struggle with caring acts. My mother baked desserts better than anything you can buy at The 4 Seasons. We had evening routines to read together and put together picture puzzles. The cost was minimal but the experience was incredible.
Stressed parents tend to speak 2/3 less to their children and usually with negative warning words. Unstressed parents speak many more words daily and many more positive words. You need emotional reserves to make the change in your language.
Children need occasional space from their parents to push them to independence. They fight against this since we all prefer a life with eternal maid and butler service, I sent my daughter to Cambodia at age 15 by herself. As soon as the plane left Newark, I remembered many things that I should have done. I had a sleepless night. Miraculously, she developed her own capacity to get through Bangkok and on to Phnom Penh. (I would never do it again, but it was a defining moment for her with wonderful results!)
So your child needs the best teacher. Are you ready to apply?
82nd Street Academics partners with parents. If we can help your family, let us know.