Months before they can speak, many infants can still communicate if they know some signs from American Sign Language. According to the signing experts at Nuts For Signs LLC, babies can begin signing at 5 months old—meaning they can ask for "more" or say "I'm a prodigy" without encountering a language barrier. Teachers show parents and kids how to sign during Sing, Sign & Play classes, based on the Signing Time series of videos. For youngsters between 3 months and 2 years old, the classes cover signs that refer to food and family and also go over signs for friends, feelings, and other more advanced topics.
ALOHA (Abacus Learning of Higher Arithmetic) is a mathematics tutoring program that was originally developed for Malaysian children. Small group classes meet after school for step-by-step instruction from a qualified teacher or sentient abacus. The program has more than 3,000 centers in countries such as India, Thailand, Philippines, China, Australia, New Zealand, Oman, and UAE, and it was introduced to the United States in 2006. It also offers tutoring in reading and writing.
The tutors at Best Score Tutoring have developed unique worksheets and lesson plans to help kids achieve well academically in all subjects. They tutor kids as young as kindergarten and as old as high school, specializing in all major standardized tests such as the PSAT, SAT, ACT, and SAT subject tests. Best Score also provides college counseling to help guide students toward the right college, prepare them for applying, and assist with the application and essay writing.
The Queensborough Performing Arts Center’s intimate 875-seat unites generations ranging from X to Y with the adhesive properties of live music. After three Grammy awards and multiple gold records, Blood Sweat & Tears continues to exasperate cleanup crews by leaving it all on the stage with hits such as “God Bless the Child” and “Spinning Wheel.” "Yesterday: A Tribute to the Beatles" recreates historic performances from 1964 to 1974 in two acts that focus on the Fab Four’s mop-top and psychedelic eras, adding in vintage film footage and stage banter laced with Liverpudlian lingo. The bright lights of the Strip shine on the Motor City in "Las Vegas Tribute to Motown", which includes hits from The Supremes and The Temptations, and "The Official Blues Brothers Revue" cools down audiences with a flurry of blues jams straight from the Windy City. "Spencers: Theatre of Illusion" takes place on Mother's Day and lets eyes in on the fun with a heart-stopping series of stage artistry that combines drama, comedy, and magic tricks straight from the pages of Houdini’s disappearing-ink diary.