NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–NY
Preschool, underscoring its industry-leading position as a premier
provider of education and enrichment for young children, will expand its
curriculum by adding Spanish and chess.
The Spanish curriculum will engage students through games, music,
flashcards and basic conversation. Students will expand their
vocabularies by studying fundamental subjects including numbers, colors
and food, as well as themes such as family and animals. The chess
instruction will weave the game’s fundamentals into captivating stories
that foster learning. The stories will teach chess concepts by featuring
the game’s pieces as characters engaged in interactive adventures.
“Research shows that the preschool years are the most opportune time to
help a child build strong foundations in critical thinking,
problem-solving and learning languages,” explained Pam Wolf, NY
Preschool founder and CEO. “Providing an opportunity to learn a second
language and improve both critical thinking and creative inspiration
fits in with NY Preschool’s goal to provide advanced, well-rounded
experiences for children.”
NY Preschool merges a warm, welcoming classroom setting with a
state-of-the-art gymnastics facility to create a unique
learning environment. The result is a program that sparks physical
growth and discovery backed by a highly creative curriculum. NY
Preschool combines the traditional and the progressive to support each
student’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth.
Chess & Spanish will be introduced in September 2016.
About NY Preschool: NY Preschool, founded in 2001, provides
children the opportunity to build confidence and express their
individuality through artistically enriching, intellectually stimulating
and physically challenging activities. NY Preschool is offered at 10
locations around New York City, with two more planned for 2016.
Our programs are accredited by the NAEYC. We also are fully licensed by
the NYC Departments of Health and Education, and are an official New
York UPK/Pre-K (New York City Universal Pre-Kindergarten) provider at
select locations. For more information on NY Preschool, visit http://www.nypre.com.
Crystal McKinsey, 347-706-4700