“For more than 40 years, Huntington Learning Center has offered several different types of tutoring programs for children ages 6-17—including reading, writing, math, study skills, spelling, phonics, ADHD, Common Core, and test prep for ACT and SAT to name a few. Their mission is to give every student the best education possible and realize “I can” when it comes to school success.” We recently visited the Smithtown location and had such a wonderful experience. My husband and I want my daughter to be more confident in herself and in her schoolwork. We know she can do it and we want her to know she can do it, too. I want her to love learning and not get frustrated whether she is at school doing her work or at home with us when she is doing her homework after school or just reading a new book.
Everybody in the pool! Four Ways to Have a Safer Summer with Goldfish Swim School
At Goldfish Swim School, we believe that every child needs to have the skills to be safer around water. Whether your kids are already splashing around the pool, adventurous toddlers jumping in for the first time, or tentative little ones who need extra encouragement, it’s time to think about summer water safety.
The Learning Experience of Mount Sinai is having a St. Jude children’s research hospital fundraiser this Sunday, May 20th, 2018.
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This event is open to the public and is an open house play day! Please feel free to stop by and/or bring anyone you would like.
It will be a Trike-a-thon event so please being bicycles, scooters, roller skates or any ride on your child loves. Those families who provide a donation (in any amount they can afford) to St. Jude Children’s Hospital will receive a sticker, coloring book and a traffic safety lesson.
What Spending a Summer at STEM Camp Can Do for a Child’s Future
Preparing for the future is no easy task, largely because it is unknown. While we can never know exactly what the future holds, there are enough clues and trends to help us start painting a picture of what it could look like. For example, it’s clear technology is driving today’s world, and will continue to impact the years ahead—to an even larger extent, at that. We also know that in 10 years, there will be more technology jobs than there will be qualified people to fill them.
We had the best time at the Long Island Children’s Museum in Garden City. It is always fun there but, this weekend we had a DINO-mite time checking out their new Dinosaurs Land of Fire & Ice exhibit. Have you been, yet?
The exhibit transports families back to the Cretaceous Period (145 – 65 million years ago), the time when dinosaurs last lived on Earth. Through interactive play kids and adults will have fun learning in this temporary exhibit that will be part of the Long Island Children’s Museum till May. Dinosaurs: Land of Fire and Ice™ was created by Minnesota Children’s Museum and nationally sponsored by The David B. Jones Foundation.