New Playschool and Afterschool Classes Open in Brooklyn Heights

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I just listed a brand new playschool in our Marketplace here, but wanted to let you all know about it in a post too.

Seedlings Academic Playschool in Brooklyn Heights will open its doors to students this Monday, October 1st. The playschool program is for ages 2-4 years but at 3:30 pm the program expands to include afterschool enrichment for 3-15 year olds in the afternoons.

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They say they will have a 4:1 ratio for their playschool and enrichment classes and it’s a “child-directed, teacher-guided” program. The school is in a brownstone.

Seedlings in Brooklyn Heights

Back area of Seedlings

Here is the full info:

2, 3 and 4-Year-Olds •  Oct 1–June 14

PLAYSCHOOL PROGRAM    Monday–Friday
8:15 AM–11:15 AM
12:00 PM–3:00 PM
Cost: $13,100

OPTIONAL AFTER-CLASS ACADEMIC AND ART-BASED ENRICHMENT
Monday—Friday 1½ hrs.
Cost: $30 day

5–15-Year-Olds  •  Oct 1–Dec 17

AFTER-SCHOOL ART-BASED ENRICHMENT
Option #1: 3:30-6:30 PM
3;30–4:30 snack, homework help ; 4:30–6:30 art enrichment activity
Cost:     1 Day/Week     $575
2 Days/Week     $975
3 Days/Week     $1,275
4 Days/Week     $1,575
5 Days/Week     $1,975

Option #2: 3:30-5:15 PM
3:30–3:45 snack; 3:45–5:15 art enrichment activity
Cost:     1 Day/Week     $350
2 Days/Week     $550
3 Days/Week     $800
4 Days/Week     $1,050
5 Days/Week     $1,250

ACADEMIC-BASED ENRICHMENT*
Option #1: Math (Basic and Critical Thinking) 1 hr.
Option #2 English (Reading/Writing) 1 hr.
Cost: $50 Per Day

Pick-up is available from your child’s school

*You may add to the after-school art-based program up to 5 days per week

Details:
Seedlings Academic Playschool
42 Henry Street
Brooklyn, New York 11201
718. 222.1849

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  1. It was excited to take a tour of the playschool Brooklyn Heights/Dumbo parents has been raving about. Maybe at one point it was a great space, but it has been run into the ground. There were caregivers jammed packed like sardines in one area and children on the other. There were toys everywhere when I walked in and the noise level was a lot to walk into. The director Tracy explained to me they are a “mommy and me” and is in the process of obtaining a child care license. I am curious of the back story. How is possible this place is still operating? The facility did not look clean, a huge trash can in the back, cleaning supplies out in the open, radiators that were not covered and dirty rags. I feel there more to the story than what I was told. Any other parent can provide insight?

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