Spring Enrichment Activities for Kids in NYC
With the state tests finally coming to a close, NYC students can relax a bit and savor the fun of learning. There’s no better time or better way to expose them to exciting enrichment programs, of which our city has plenty. Whether it’s an after school program, weekend class, or summer camp, there’ss learning opportunities in every single Glenwood neighborhood that students of all ages can take advantage of.
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For Kids Living on the Upper West Side: Adventures in Science and RoboFun
As if Upper West Siders needed another reason to love their neighborhood, their proximity to the American Museum of Natural History is a treat! The Museum offers a program called Adventures in Science, which introduces children from Pre-K to Grade 5 to a wide variety of scientific disciplines.
All their programs are super hands-on, including interactive tours throughout the museum. The programs range in length, from one and three day workshops covering a specific topic to week-long camps. To give you a bit of an idea what your children will be learning, the Summer 2018 lineup includes everything from Senses: We’re Sensational! for 2nd graders to AnthroExplorers: Our Evolutionary History for 5th graders.
Another great Upper West Side enrichment opportunity is RoboFun. This program features workshops for children using cutting edge technologies (think: robots, video games, and animations!) It’s available for kids ages 3 to 12, and through age appropriate activities they will learn engineering, coding, and plenty of creative thinking. They have after-school, daytime, weekend and vacation day classes for students enrolled in Pre-K to 6th grade, plus plenty of summer camp opportunities.
For Children Living Downtown: Pixel Academy
If tech innovation and digital technology is your child’s cup of tea, look no further than The Pixel Academy.
Located Downtown, the Academy offers programs for children aged 7-16 that focus on exploring technologies most don’t get to learn about in school. The approach is hands on and project based, and although the kids are constantly learning, they are also having fun so are inspired to be there! You sure won’t be hearing any “I’m bored!” coming out of Pixel Academy students’s mouths! A few of their after-school programs include:
- Areas of coding
- Game design
- Minecraft modding
For Urban Explorers in Midtown: Camp Intrepid
Camp Intrepid in Midtown Manhattan is a full-day summer camp for children in grades K–5. From tackling topics such as transportation to taking a deep dive into super heroes, there’ss something for everyone aboard the massive watercraft! Children will truly get a great understanding of sea, air, and space, while also getting to be immersed in sunshine and Hudson River air. Not to mention…how cool is it to attend camp on a giant ship?!
Glenwood residents living in Midtown East will find the cross-town commute direct and simple, reachable by either bus or Uber. Westsiders living in the Crystal Green residence will also find the location ideal, just a few short blocks walk.
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Good to Know
If you’re looking for a full camp-in-the-city to place your kiddos in this year, here’s five summer camps catering to many different passions and interests. And for fun things to do with your kids after-school and on weekends, consider these popular kid friendly attractions in NYC!