Looking for a daycare

lolapaluuza

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Nov 17, 2020
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My kid is 3 and it is impossible to stop him from being active. He is always running, jumping, playing. I have no idea where to put him. We still do not have a place in a gov daycare cause we are on a waitlist yet. I work from home, so he is with me here but I do not have an opportunity to play with him all day. Now the end of the year is coming and I have a lot of stuff to do. I am thinking about finding a place in any other daycare. My neighbor told me about one of the several daycares in Brooklyn, actually this one littlescholarsnyc.com. Could anyone recommend it? She said they have professional tutors who teach kids reading, writing, and art. I suppose my son needs something like this to spend his endless energy.
 

BillShiphr

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Jan 9, 2021
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I believe that really competent specialists in the kindergarten could help you. That is necessary to make the conditions to use your child's energy in the nice way
 

BorisB

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Jan 9, 2021
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Good afternoon! You are absolutely right! Your son needs to spend his energy learning new things and playing with his friends. It is too boring to sit at home with his parents. My daughter went to Little Scholars daycare center, one of the daycare centres Brooklyn. Honestly, it was the best place for her. She is very smart, that is why she did not like the usual kindergarten. In Little Scholars tutors gave her a lot of interesting tasks, and she enjoyed that. She was totally prepared for school when she graduated from that center! So, I think I can truly recommend it to you.
 

graciousparent

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Dec 21, 2020
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Happy New Year! I hope you were able to get your child into a program. It sounds like he would benefit from being at a center that stimulates his mind and body. My only suggestion is to make sure the program he is in allows for a lot of indoor and outdoor play. It sounds like from the energy you mentioned he has he needs to be moving, which is common for this age. I would be careful of programs that have children his age sitting too long for "academic" work. It's not natural for 3 years old to sit and attend for long periods of time. When choosing a center for your child I would always ask them how much time they give the children to play (both inside and outside) vs. doing academics.

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