Is your child an Einstein?
Does he like to learn? Does she like to play? Does he like to laugh?
In the DUMBO Einstein classes, we realize the importance of socialization and weave ideas of kindness, empathy, participation, and sharing into a structured classroom with direct instruction revolving around literacy, art, mathematics, chess, music, theater, and yoga.
We have designed a program that fits around most traditional Pre-K schedules. We intentionally created short classes that meet 2-3 days a week to allow for additional classes elsewhere or if families prefer to have their toddlers home more often. Some families also go to traditional Pre-K programs, while others find our setting enough to fit their needs.
Our classes never exceed 6 students, and are led by two educators, which allows for individualized attention and personalized instruction. Further, our enrolled Einstein families receive emailed updates outlining our activities and upcoming events.
Have a listen to Kyle,our music teacher. We often listen to Kyle singing this song while we are cooling down at the end of the day,sprawled out on the floor,lights off. JaJaJa
Fall Semester 2013
September 10th- December 19th
Closed for the week of Thanksgiving.
The Five’s program meets once a week. The Four’s program meets three days a week. The Three’s program meets twice a week.
|Four’s||Tuesdays,Wednesdays &Thursdays||8:45 –11:30AM||$3750||sign up - email@example.com|
|Three’s||Tuesdays and Thursdays||12:15-1:15PM||$900||sign up - firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Five’s||Tuesdays||3:15-4:15||$450||sign up - email@example.com|
Some of our students are advanced, while others are typical learners, but everyone has their edge!
Contact Liz Frank via email at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions and to sign up today! Very limited space is available.
Did you know that Albert Einstein was actually a horrible student and a late talker? We love and honor him because he abhorred rote learning and was much more interested in questions than answers! “Once, when Albert’s father asked the school principal what profession his son should consider, the principal said, ‘It doesn’t matter Albert will never make a success of himself at anything.’ ”*
Who Was Albert Einstein?
- Brallier,Jess,Grosset &Dunlap,2002 p.14