If you’re looking for a unique, drop-off playgroup where your child, aged three to seven, will learn important concepts while having fun, check out the LEGO Socialization Playgroup in Fresh Meadows. In the group, instructors lead the children in Lego Block projects aimed at teaching important social as well as pre-academic skills.
The playgroup is sponsored by Living Above Disorder, an organization which supports the development of whole families who are living with special needs, intellectual disorders, emotional-behavioral disorders and other issues; by providing access to information, resources and opportunities to relax, socialize and rejuvenate themselves for the journey. It’s an inclusion playgroup meant for both children with and without special needs.
The group meets on Sundays from 10:30 to 12:00pm at the Robo Mind Tech Science and Learning Center in Fresh Meadows. The first meeting took place two weeks ago but parents are welcome to join still, whether for just one session at a time ($50 per session), or for the remainder of the series, ending on November 27th. Groups will start up again in January.
Robo Mind Tech is a Queens based learning center that aims to inspire children with STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) concepts. For more information, contact: Dennis Chan, Program Director of the Robo Mind Tech Science and Learning Center at firstname.lastname@example.org or 917-202-3442.
For more information on this playgroup, contact Frederica McLeen at (646) 481 6570 or email email@example.com.
RoboMind Tech Science & Technology Learning Center, 185-10A Union Turnpike, Fresh Meadows
Christine Concetta Gibson