Bilingual… the fun way!

Many of us try to bring up our kids bilingual.  Private teachers, weekend classes, grammar, homework, all of that is part of your life in some shape or form when trying to encourage children to speak more than one language.  But usually homework and...

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Caravaggio for kids

You could say the Italian painter Caravaggio was the rock star of the 17th century!   He was very talented, popular, violent and famous. A dangerous combination!   And like many troubled, but gifted artists, he died young. He was born Michelangelo Merisi in northern Italy...

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We were in a local paper!

A few weeks ago we received a surprise phone call from The Daily Voice.  They wanted to do an article about World Explorers Club.  After jumping for joy a few times, we nonchalantly agreed.  Here is the end result.     Re-printing from the...

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Exploring new cultures through beer!

  Have your tried a good Belgian beer? German? Czech?  Looking for an unusual place for brunch or a great place to watch a sports game?   We set out to find such  a place for our beer exploration. We have traveled through the best Austro-Hungarian breweries...

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Shalom Israel!

Exploring Israel with a group of 5-8 year olds in a special 2 hour program this weekend was a blast!   We called it our pre-launch party, a pilot class to polish Israel program. We started by learning about the globe and continents, focused...

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Exploring Acadia with kids

Looking for new ideas for a summer getaway? Here are some tips for visiting the stunning Acadia National park in Maine.  You can hike, bike, learn how to sail, attend a magic show, rock climb or explore marine life as a young naturalist.  Acadia...

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Bastille Day Game for Kids!

Are you celebrating Bastille Day?  It is a perfect occasion to drink French wine, sample French cheeses and watch a good French film with friends.  At World Explorers Club we also mark the occasion by playing a game with our kids while learning about France...

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Ancient Greece Scavenger Hunt

The Met museum has an amazing Pergamon exhibit on view.  If you hurry you can catch it before July 17.  How can you get your children excited about it?  We can help with our kids-friendly exhibit summary and scavenger hunt game. Download the scavenger hunt game...

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Travel survival

We know you all travel with your kids. And we all have our own survival tactics. Combination of books, pencils, audiobooks and iPads to get us through 2-10 hour flights or long drives.. but what if your flight is canceled, you miss a connection...

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Japanese drama – Kanze Noh

Curious to check out Kanze Noh, ancient blend of poetry, music, drama and dance?  (You may remember Noh-influenced Akiro Kurosawa’s masterpice “Throne of Blood.”) Next month there are two great opportunities in NYC for adults and older children to experience it. Performance at Lincoln...

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Activities Improve Mind

Mens sana in corpore sano is a Latin phrase, usually translated as “a sound mind in a sound body” There is plenty of evidence that regular exercise improves memory and thinking through both direct and indirect means. NY Times recently reported that physically fit children...

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