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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 access to 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 access to this digital publication with membership.
You’ll find our Index of Activities by Neighborhood including:
- Staten Island
You’ll also find a complete Index of Classes by Category including:
- Parenting Groups
- Special Needs
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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