[IN PERSON] Harlem Sprouts: Grow Together @ JCC Harlem (Tuesdays + Thursdays)

[IN PERSON] Harlem Sprouts: Grow Together @ JCC Harlem (Tuesdays + Thursdays)

Winter
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Number of Sessions
17
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Age range
2 years - 4 years
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1,260.00
Members
1,260.00
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Our early childhood separation program is your child’s first opportunity to independently participate in creating community. For 2–4 years old. This is a drop-off program.

About Harlem Sprouts:
- Experienced teachers guide your family through a healthy, gentle separation process by establishing a safe and nurturing classroom experience. They also provide targeted instruction based on your child’s learning style and individual interests.
- Each classroom builds a well-developed community identity, featuring curated work stations, facilitated transitions, community meetings, small-group work, and engaging provocations.
- Harlem Sprouts uses an intentionally mixed-age model, with a focus on play-based learning that encourages exploration, curiosity, and self-discovery, and sets the stage for children to observe, connect, and learn from each other at varying developmental stages.
- A healthy, kosher, dairy, nut-free snack and water are provided each day.


This program will take place in person and indoors at JCC Harlem (318 W. 118th St.).

It is of deep importance to us that our programs be financially accessible for all. If your family would like to discuss financial assistance for any of our programs, please email scholarships@jccharlem.org.

Registrations are processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Please contact Registration by email at boxoffice@mmjccm.org for additional information or if you are having trouble registering; be sure to include your name, contact information, and class/program/event for which you wish to register.

By registering for a Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan program, you consent to the JCC's Cancellation Policy. Participants in JCC programs are subject to all Policies and Practices of the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan.