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"Brain Power"
Sunday Series

Academics

Brain Power Series

The goal of our Brain Power Sunday Series is to increase executive functioning skills by concentrating on each skill through unique brain exercises.

 

We focus on activities that help children increase attention and manage impulses by teaching strategies to self-regulate through critical thinking and problem solving to develop emotional and social intelligence. 

Does your child find it hard to focus on things he does not like? 

Join our Brain Power Sunday Series, and let us teach your child. This is a great program in a small group setting to keep your child focused and active while learning and exploring in a playful way. Classes are kept small to ensure individualized programming.

 

Our small group classes run once a week for children between the ages of 4 to 8, at 2 levels.

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They talk about how much fun they had all the time and ask when they can go back!

About Brain Power

Something For Everyone

"Attention Advantage"

Our "Brain Power" Sunday series will follow our Learning Class strategies to help children with focus, and maximize their attention span in order to learn how to self-regulate, and perform better at everyday tasks and at school. 

We will focus on improving your children's memory in a playful way incorporating games and activities, that help to improve other brain functions, such as attention, concentration, and focus. Memory games give space to critical thinking and that helps children nurture their attention to detail. 

Find mastery with recalling information and retelling stories in order. 

Cognitive skills: Finding mastery with Focus, Attention, and Concentration, Recalling information, Retelling stories

Critical Thinking: Detail orientation, Compare and Contrasting, Activating Prior Knowledge

Problem Solving: Comprehension using evidence, Drawing Conclusions.

LEVEL 1 - Prerequisites

  • Students are able to follow directions and transition from activity with minimal support

  • Students are able to communicate their wants and needs

  • Students are able to follow gross motor movements/ imitation

  • Students understand "Same" and "Different"

  • Students are able to identify colors

  • Students can identify multiple feelings using given visuals

LEVEL 2 - Prerequisites

All students who have completed the Level 1 session in previous seasons.

Goals

  • Learners will be able to create their task lists by writing their activities in order before working through each learning center.

  • Learners will be able to engage in conversations of their peer's choice with up to 5, on-task social exchanges

  • Learners will be able to lead movement sessions up to 10 minutes

  • Learners will be able to self-regulate up to 8 minutes of meditation after over-stimulating activities.

  • Learners will be able to work collaboratively with their peers in problem-solving by using creative critical thinking skills

  • Learners will be able to recall details and retell stories in order

  • Learners will be able to understand strategies to prepare for activities that are less preferred

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Register Today

Ways to Learn and Have Fun with US

Classes are held at our Clubhouse (101 Park Avenue, Hoboken)

We offer the classes for children between the ages of 4-8 at 2 levels

  • Level 1 (90 min class), 10:45am-12.15pm

  • Level 2 (90 min classes), 9 am-10.30am

Classes start from September 22/2024, and run for 10 weeks.

Each class is led by a teacher and an assistant teacher both having multiple years of experience dealing with special needs children as well as neurotypical children.

Private sessions are also available. Please, reach out for further details by emailing our customer service.

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