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BY | Paige Rosoff Spring Classes Banner-03 WeeZee’s new Spring Classes are beginning on May 11th! These after school classes in which work to engage all of the senses, build self esteem, explore S.T.E.M concepts (science, technology, engineering, math) introduce children to food from different cultures, computer coding, dance and much more are running Monday-Friday starting 5/11/15 and ending on 6/22/15. We have both “Big Kid Classes” (ages 5-12) and “Little kid Classes” (ages 3-5.) Be sure to register today – spots fill up fast! Call us at (914) 752-2100 to find out how!

“Big Kid Classes”

Selfie! Storybook Workshop with Author Laura Nadler Scott

Each week kids get to draw and write all about themselves, which will culminate in a small bound author biography at the end of the course! Each week will bring a new topic, such as “my family,” “favorite foods,” “life at school,” and “favorite activities.” Step-by-step guidance is provided, as well as all materials.

Mondays 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 5-12, $150 for session


Bricks 4 Kids with Marj Santos

LEGO® building…too FUN to be homework! Your child’s learning doesn’t need to stop when the bell rings. While exploring S.T.E.M. concepts (science, technology, engineering, math) and with the use of LEGO® bricks and our Bricks 4 Kidz® plans, students learn to build moving and motorized structures of simple machines, weather, space, vehicles, animals,  and more. They develop problem solving skills, creativity, and foster an appreciation for how things work.

Tuesday 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 5-12, $150 for session 


Cooking Around the World with Sharon NDiaye

“Cooking around the World” is an opportunity for small chefs to become acquainted with new cuisines as well as learning a bit of geography and different cultures. The children will do all of food preparation and use common kitchen tools in this “hands-on” class, and come away with greater confidence in cooking and eating new foods. We use no nuts in the recipes, and we are conscious of accommodating allergies.

Wednesdays 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 5-8, $180 for session 


Super Science Club

This wild and wacky (drop-off) class will introduce your emerging scientist to the wonders of chemical reactions, experiments, and basic scientific concepts!

Thursdays 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 5-12, $180 for session 


Latin Dance Fitness with Stephanie

Join the party with this fun and exciting high-energy class! With kid-friendly routines this class is a great place to socialize and have fun!

Fridays 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 5-12, $100 for session 


Little Makers with Coach Emily

Teaching children to view the world with an inventive and innovative attitude- through DIY crafts, robotics and computer coding.

Fridays 4:30-5:15pm, Ages 7-12, $100 for session 


“Little Kid Classes”

Super Science Club with Jessica

Did you know that art can be scientific and science can be artistic? Here at the Club we do! And we love performing experiments to prove it. Your preschooler will simultaneously create artistic masterpieces and perform classic science experiments in this drop-off class!

Tuesdays 10-10:45am, Ages 3-5, $160 for session 


Music & Movement with Stephanie – for parents and kids!

A 30 minute music class providing the perfect amount of structured activities where children explore music, build physical coordination, and stimulate the senses, all while having fun!

Wednesdays 1-1:30pm, Ages 0-3, $100 per session 


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