What to Do Before 2: Treasuring Toddler Time
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Toddlerhood is marked by growth that allows your little ones to better explore their surroundings. Too early for preschool, but not sure what to do in the meantime? Should I consider a toddler class? If I do, how do I know what to look for? When is the right time to think about preschool or a preschool alternative?
New York City is brimming with thousands of opportunities and millions of opinions. How do you determine what's right for your toddler?
Join Natalie Alterman to learn more about this important time in your child's life – and how to not only navigate it, but also enjoy it.
This event is open to parents and guardians; unfortunately, children cannot be accommodated. Seating is limited. Juice and cookies provided.
Natalie Alterman was the School Director of Reade Street Prep, a dual language immersion preschool in lower Manhattan, for more than five years. She is currently a literacy coach for Susan Neuman's World of Words research program and is pursuing a M.A. degree in Educational Leadership, Politics and Advocacy from NYU Steinhardt.
Natalie earned a B.A. degree in Italian Literature from Cornell University and dual M.A. degrees in General and Special Childhood Education from NYU Steinhardt. She also reviews applications for Teach for America, the organization she credits with her entry into the field of education.