• Ms. Cindy McDaniel has worked for us as a live-out nanny at our home for the past three years caring for our three children now ages 3, 8 and 11. Based on our wonderful experience we unequivocally and without any reservation recommend her for the position of nanny.Cindy is an exceptional nanny. She is responsible, ...
    1 comment Started by nachimzoJuly 21Brooklyn Kids
  • Would your child like to contribute to science and help other kids? If so, please consider enrolling your child in a study to help create a new language test! 

    Participation involves interesting paper and pencil tasks and requires 1-3 visits, as some children will be randomly requested to participate in one month or one year follow-up visits. The first ...
    1 comment Started by KaitlinWalshJune 25Brooklyn Kids
  • Adorable Communion and Flower Girl Dress for our angels.
    Available White Boys Suits
    1 comment Started by HettyskidzApril 11Brooklyn Kids
  • Brooklyn Kids Rock!http://maplestreetschool.org/bkrock
    Melt down the winter with a fun family concert that raises money for need-based scholarship for the Maple Street School co-op pre-school in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.
    featuring:Rolie Polie GuacamoleThe Good Ms. PadgettTimbaloolooJeremy Plays GuitarRaga Bye BabyKatie Mullins
    plus face-painting, instrument making, tasty local treats and more!
    Sat. 3/28 10am-2pmRoulette509 Atlantic Ave at 3rd ave
    pre-sale: $15 or $50 ...
    1 comment Started by BenPopkenMarch 14Brooklyn Kids
  • For a children's (fictional) story behind the annual lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center in NYC, I invite you to:  http://amzn.to/19iclpD

    You will, I hope, forgive the slightly religious overtones -- underhanded though they may seem -- in this story.  I was raised a Presbyterian.  And while I may've shucked that corny skin many ...
    1 comment Started by RRBDecember 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Brooklyn’s only free after-school ice skating program starts November 10, 2014 at the new LeFrak Center, Lakeside, in Prospect Park.  Brooklyn Ice will offer free ice skating classes on Mondays and Wednesdays afternoon, with on-ice skating instruction, off-ice fitness, homework help, and lots more.  Program time is from 4:00 pm to 6:30.  The skating program ends ...
    1 comment Started by Brooklyn_iceOctober 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Volunteer for Behind the Book and help inspire NYC public school students to become readers for life. We bring accomplished authors and their books into high-need classrooms, where they teach students how to write and illustrate their very own books. Our programs build literacy skills and nurture a new generation of readers in grades K-12 ...
    1 comment Started by Behind_the_BookOctober 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • 8andUp ( http://www.8andup.com/ )  Brooklyn classes still have space available this September!
    Named one of the best after school programs for kids ages 8-11: 8andUp provides kids with fun, engaging classes about entrepreneurship, creative coding
    and collaborating together to find you inner super powers!   

    Fall classes start September 28 at the MINY Media Center and 25 Pine ...
    1 comment Started by hilarySeptember 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Hey everyone! If you're looking for quality childcare for your four-year-old this year, the Salvation Army is opening 8 centers in all 5 boroughs with a free Universal Pre-K program. There are no income requirements and it's completely free. 

    1 comment Started by WholeWhalerBKAugust 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Greetings neighbors!

    It has been a great summer exploring chemistry, electricity, biology, and more with our young scientists. As we wind down for the summer, we want to thank you for your incredible support and share with you our workshop schedule for the fall/winter.

    1 comment Started by mscarmenAugust 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Hello.  I left two scooters and two helmets at Warren Park (between Smith and Hoyt) on Friday June 14th.  The names on them were Lucia and Vaughan.  One was pink and the other orange.  They also had helmets with them.  If anyone has picked them up or you know who might have, please contact me.  ...
    1 comment Started by hollyescullJune 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • I'm a long year experienced Babysitter, speaking multiple languages as mother tongue (German, Italian, French, English)  and having a BA Degree in Communications and Didactic of Art.  

    If you are seeking for a punctual, reliable and responsible Babysitter, I'm available day and night time, at short and long term.

    I offer furthermore Children's Art Workshops (one and/or more Children) and Birthday Planning and Assistance. 
    All references are available ...
    1 comment Started by babysittterMay 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • We are a group of families in Prospect Heights/Western Crown Heights running a coop pre-school for the Fall 2014 through Spring 2015 school year.  We have a great teacher and a lovely committed bunch of parents and kids.  We also have room for two more families if the fit is right.  Check out the details ...
    2 comments Jump to: Most Recent Comment by BrooklynianMay 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • We are interested in forming a once-a-week, classical education program to provide  committed structure and support, along with great fellowship, for homeschooling parents and students. 
    If you have been looking for a community of junior high and high school students who use the Classical Model for education, embrace Christian faith, and enjoy learning, please ...
    1 comment Started by dsbrownApril 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • PACC and Achievement First are holding an open house at our Fulton Street Location this Saturday
    Want details on charter school options for your children or info on our programs? join us!

    PACC & Achievment First Open House
    Join PACC and Achievement First Charter School for an Information Fair!

    Stop by to get information ...
    1 comment Started by pacc11205March 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • Dear parents, our nurturing and dynamic Jewish Early-Childhood Program is now registering children ages 18-months to 5 years for the fall. We are a traditional Jewish childcare program that offers a dual-langue English/Hebrew curriculum, and many robust activities including: Music & Movement Outdoor play on site Yoga Tot Shabbat Friday celebrations Creative arts To schedule a visit, or learn more about registration ...
    1 comment Started by oranimFebruary 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • St. Teresa Summer Basketball LeagueSeason runs from June 9 to August 14Open to Boys & Girls entering Grades 3-8 as of Fall 2014Team Entries Only (No Individual Registrations/Players)Contact John Tuohy at  SaintTeresaBasketball@gmail.com  for more info, or to register, providing 1) coach’s name, phone #, and email address, and 2) organization & team ...
    1 comment Started by laurusFebruary 2014Brooklyn Kids
  • If you have kids that are looking for a fun, creative and inventive way to spend time after school- we'd love to hear from you! Class highlights http://vimeo.com/729949378 and Up is teaching creative entrepreneurship to kids in a hands-on, fun way using gadgets, games, science, math and 3D printers. The Fall classes ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by hilarySeptember 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Hello families!

    Welcome to another wonderful school year! I am an experienced elementary school teacher who has been in the NYC school system for 6 years. I tutor in ELA, Math, French, ESL, school routines and behavior management, and homework help. I love working with children and can provide references upon request.

    I ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by msteachersdSeptember 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Most parents in Brooklyn have never heard of this school? That's because it just opened last year. In 2012, Immaculate Heart of Mary school and Holy Name of Jesus School schools merged and reformed as St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Academy. My daughter started Pre-K3 last year and I've volunteered to head their Communications Committee ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by moondogJuly 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Hello, My name is Julia Barrett-Mitchell. I am a babysitter in the Prospect Park area. I have tons of experience, and have babysat consistently for over 10 families.References available upon request.Willing to babysit any time of day or night.Hourly rateIf you're looking for a responsible, fun, and trustworthy babysitter, please feel free to shoot ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by juliaelizabethbmMay 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Sunday, January 27

    Light it up- Wobble Detector

    1:30 – 2:30pm

    Think lighting a light bulb with a battery is a little ho-hum? Take your circuitry skills to the next level as we make a wobble detector to test how steady your hand can be. It'll be a tricky "Operation!"

    Ages ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by brooklynkidsJanuary 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • MLK Day- “Injustice Anywhere is a Threat to Justice Everywhere”

    JAN 21 - 26

    2:30 - 3:30pm

    What did Dr. Martin Luther King mean when he said this quote? Is it true today? Let’s investigate the meaning of these words, and design your own art piece to carry on the legacy of ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by brooklynkidsJanuary 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s Message of Peace

    Jan 19th & 20th

    2:30 - 3:30pm

    JAN 21ST 11:30 - 12:30 & 2:30 - 3:30

    Explore the differences and similarities of various cultures as we learn about tolerance and peace. Discover pictures of children from around the world and learn Dr. ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by brooklynkidsJanuary 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Saturday, January 19 & 20th

    PlayLab Workshop Series: The Amazing Arctic

    11:30am - 12:30pm

    Come and explore the amazing Arctic region by learning about the animals and people that can live there. Discover ways we all can help protect this special part of the world, and look at a real polar bear ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by brooklynkidsJanuary 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Friday, January 18

    Happy Birthday, Winnie the Pooh!

    11:30am - 12:30pm & 2:30 - 3:30pm

    Join us in singing Happy Birthday to none other than Winnie the Pooh creator A.A Milne! Listen to cherished Winnie the Pooh tales, and create your own teddy bear-inspired craft to take home.

    Ages 5 & ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by brooklynkidsJanuary 2013Brooklyn Kids
  • Come and support the arts at PS 217 and have a blast doing it! On Saturday, November 17 the Parents Association of PS. 217 will host a fundraiser at 773 Lounge in Ditmas Park, Brooklyn. First up at 8pm are the regressive rock/alt-country tunes of Brooklyn's own the Hordanos. At 10pm, Alegba & Friends will ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by artandwordsNovember 2012Brooklyn Kids
  • My 8 year old, an eager and good chess player, is starting a chess club in Clinton Hill and would love to have any and all chess-playing kids participate. The first meeting is this Tuesday October 9 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at a local cafe, Primrose, 147 Greene Avenue between Waverly and Washington ...
    Closed 1 comment Started by smfishmanOctober 2012Brooklyn Kids
  • Hi families!

    I am a certified NYC teacher with both classroom and private tutoring experience. I specialize in Pre K through 5th grade and can help with general homework, Math, English, French, study skills, and test taking.

    The school year is about to begin, and it's very important for children to get off ...
    Closed 2 comments Jump to: Most Recent Comment by brooklynteachergirlSeptember 2012Brooklyn Kids
  • Hello Brooklynians,I am living in LA now, but pretty tired of it. I used to live up north in SF for two years also, but while it's a city, it's certainly different "kind of city".. not really a big fan of it.Thinking to move to Brooklyn. Couple things -- I have a family, 2 kids ...
    Closed 3 comments Jump to: Most Recent Comment by MODAugust 2012Brooklyn Kids

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