Preschool of the Arts - School Really Can be Fun

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We all know that the employment market is only going to become more competitive in the future, so it really makes sense to give our children the best possible start that we can, doesn't it? But what do you do if they aren't yet at school age, and you don't feel you have the necessary skills to educate them yourself?

Just stop and think about it for a moment; we're already seeing that many of the minimum qualifications to get a job, these days, require you to have a degree of some description. This isn't a specification that the employers are necessarily putting down in the application forms, it's just a fact of life that so many of the people applying will have them, and you're not going to get too far if you can't at least match that 'basic' level in your own resume.

How will it be in the future if jobs are even scarcer, and the applicants are even more highly educated?

If you have a feeling that this is going to happen, you live in New York and are of the Jewish faith, you may just be interested in the preschool of the arts

Ok, it does sound like the sort of place that you'd send your child if you wanted them to be the next Marc Chagall, Roy Lichtenstein, or Jack Kirby, but that's not what this is all about. Children learn best when their minds are stimulated; this could be through the sounds, smells, and colors around them, or the interactions with other children; it all helps in their development.

In 2000, a group of people realized this, and decided that the time was right to open a preschool that not only stimulated the kids in a way that would open their minds to learning; it taught them solid Jewish values, too.

As well as learning the art of interaction your child will take part in yoga, music, and participate in the garden, and cooking lessons. There are many more academic studies that your child will be involved in, too. Math, social studies, and science are three of the other studies high on the agenda, and it's never too early to have a good grounding in those subjects.

Would you like the opportunity to get involved? You'll be able to go along and watch the sports events taking place, participate in the gatherings they have in the hall, and even go along for meals; how many NYC preschools have all of that going on?

Of course, one of the backbones of this NYC preschool is its teaching of Jewish values. As well as the other subjects being taught, this will be a very important part of your child's time spent at the preschool of the arts.

So, as a forward thinking person, who realizes that academic studies are going to be even more important in the future; knows that stimulation is the way to open, and broaden a child's mind to what is going on around them; and realizes that having a good grounding in who they are, and the Jewish values that make them that way; doesn't it make sense to enrol your child at a preschool that's just as forward thinking? Log on to

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