This is where we’ll write about many of the early childhood development topics you’ve asked us about. We’ll share our views on the benefits of reading, essential developmental skills, separation and how to ease separation anxiety, socialization, and how children collaborate and learn together.
Well, the sun finally decided to show up — but we seem to have bypassed spring and jumped right into summer! Not that we’re complaining. There’s an excited hum surrounding the city, and after a particularly long winter (do they seem to get longer every year?), a little extra heat is more than welcome. The best part […]Read More →
There’s one thing we know to be true, and it’s that the best writers are avid readers. It’s a fact that’s been proven time and time again, and one of the main reasons we ensure that our curriculum includes a healthy balance of both. We do our best to weave the two together, to make […]Read More →
We believe the best classrooms are the collaborative ones. Of course, there are times that call for individual and silent work — a space for children to work through ideas and problems on their own. But inviting little ones to think, discuss, and expand upon thoughts with the help of others allows for a depth of discovery […]Read More →
The Book Nook Enrichment team recently spent a couple of weeks recharging to get ready for the home stretch to the end of the school year! It’s hard to believe we’re already midway through April — didn’t we just welcome new students to our literacy studios yesterday? But even though we’ve got a case of Spring Fever, […]Read More →
Happy Spring! The wind is howling… the snow is falling… yep, it’s a typical New York City start to one of our most fickle seasons. It’s always hard to predict what spring will bring, and it’s coming in with another storm. We hope you’re all cozied up today with a good book… preferably one that […]Read More →
And, of course — Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! We’ve said it many, many times, but today is one of our absolute favorite days of the year. Not only does it celebrate the joy and wonder of reading, but also one of the all time greats — Dr. Seuss! He so often brings magic to our classroom that we think […]Read More →
The city is simultaneously less crowded and more active this week as families head out for vacation or make use of their staycation during the mid-winter recess. This week, children have an ample amount of time for a whole variety of activities — but the best thing to keep up with? Reading! We know it’s tempting to […]Read More →