Food Camps for Kids

Does your child love food? or cooking? If your child is a chef in training then look no further for seasonal or year-round food camps for kids.

  1. http://homecookingny.com/kidsandteens/
  2. http://tastebudskitchen.com/nyc/kids-cooking-camps/
  3. http://butterbeanskitchen.com/summer-camp/
  4. http://foodartforkids.com/
  5. http://www.greenapronkitchen.com/camps–mini-camps

3/30 deadline: Apply for Pre-K

The deadline to submit your pre-K application is quickly approaching! Make sure you apply to free, full-day, high-quality pre-K by March 30, 2018! All NYC children born in 2014 who apply by the deadline are guaranteed a pre-K offer.

All you need for the application is your child’s name and date of birth, your contact information, and your list of up to 12 pre-K programs. Use Pre-K Finder or the Pre-K Directory to choose programs and rank them in your true order of preference on the application.

Apply by the March 30 deadline one of three ways:

Remember, the application is not first come, first served, but the deadline is coming up fast! If you already submitted your application, you’re all set—but you can still make changes to it before the deadline, if you’d like. Call us at 718-935-2009 or visit Pre-K Admissions if you have any questions.

3/31 Event: Easter Egg Hunt

EASTER EGG HUNT

2/22 Event: Family Literacy Night

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The Families United for Learning and Literacy (FULL) coalition is holding a Family Literacy Night on February 22, 2018, hosted by the Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House in Long Island. This event will bring together over 150 families from all around New York City for a night of dinner, reading, hands-on creative activities, and a book giveaway featuring the much loved Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? by Bill Martin Jr. and Eric Carle. Children and their families will have the chance to explore this classic story together as they engage with their peers in an interactive and entertaining environment to support their continued growth as readers.

The Families United for Learning and Literacy (FULL) coalition, a group of family literacy providers and their community members that is working to spread awareness of the family literacy program model as well as with City Council to establish a new Family Literacy Initiative.