Let's Play

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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?

Get a copy of Let's Play: A Directory of Activities for Infants Toddlers & Preschoolers, Parents League's comprehensive listing of classes, preschool-based toddler programs, preschool alternatives and full day childcare programs. Families with young children receive a copy with membership.

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You’ll find our Index of Activities by Neighborhood including:

  • Manhattan
  • Brooklyn
  • Queens
  • Bronx
  • Staten Island

You’ll also find a complete Index of Classes by Category including:

  • Art
  • Dance
  • Language
  • Music
  • Parenting Groups
  • Science
  • Special Needs
  • Sports

If you have a toddler, Let's Play is a great place to start!

Get this comprehensive directory today, when you become a member of Parents League of New York.

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