Focus On Bright Minds Center

by NYC Firm Schools on February 19, 2012

Bright Minds Center in the heart of Manhattan is a unique kind of preschool. It offers a European education with Russian traditions and has a lot to offer parents of children between 12 months and fifteen years old.

The First Steps program is for children ages 12 months to 24 months. Faculty incorporate European, American, and Russian methods of learning to help children grow in speech and language, development of cognitive abilities, and the exercise of their gross and fine motor skills. Parents or caregivers participate as children take part in musical activities, games, and other program units to develop their early childhood skills.

Bright Minds Center has three enrichment programs.

  • Math
  • Chess
  • And Russian

The math program is for children ages 5-15 and prepares students for NYS Standardized Test, High School Admissions Test, Regents Exams and SAT.

The chess program is based on the Russian model of learning to play chess and incorporates scientific methods of experimentation and analysis. It is a good course of instruction for children of any age and is taught on Thursday evenings.

The Russian language program is for children ages 2 through 15 and gives a well-rounded instruction on reading and writing Russian. The system was developed in Russia in the 19th century and may be good program for teaching children to think in Russian.

The preschool program is designed to develop and prepare children for elementary school. Lessons are taught in English and Russian. The program includes bilingual vocabulary building, memory and analytical skills development, motor skills exercises, numbers and letters, introduction to art, literature, and music, and social skills development.

Finally, Bright Minds Center offers a daycare program for children ages 2 through 5.

Bright Minds Center is a unique European educational model in New York City. Your child will graduate a much more rounded individual with an appreciation for the arts and sciences.

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