Frequently Asked Questions

We are getting a lot of questions from interested parents and thought we might post some of the helpful answers here.   Q- When do the classes begin? A – September 10th is the first day of our classes, but we have Welcome back party on September 9th.  All are welcome!   Q- What do children […]

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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 drills take the fun out of the process.  “Speak Russian,”  “French […]

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Winter holidays- Celebrate diversity!

Winter holidays bring families together, allow us to honor our traditions and roots.  But there is something else they can give us, a chance to teach our children to be open-minded and respectful towards other cultures.  We can virtually travel the world, look at the map and point to various places that celebrate different holidays. […]

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Why choose World Explorers Club?

Well, we are biased, but it is because in World Explorers Club children are going to have a great time!  But on top of having fun, we have a mission: to share knowledge about the world with our children and to help them retain it. We go over the same information in each of the 4 […]

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Let your children plan your next vacation

Is your tween or teenager ready to make choices for the whole family?  We are giving it a try.  Inspired by the recent New York Times article to let children decide the next destination we are going to let our 9 year old plan our next family getaway, hopefully, something that everyone will like. It […]

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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 Daily Voice digital edition: “Glen Rock, Ridgewood Moms Start World Explorers […]

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Confessions of a newly baked teacher

This week I became a new teacher at World Explorers Club.  Just like that, almost overnight.  I have done dozens and dozens of games, parties and volunteer art projects with kids over the last few years.  But otherwise, I have always worked with adults and thought I am incredibly brave and somewhat stupid to get myself into […]

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Unexpected benefits of exploring nature

Learning comes in so many ways.  During school year our kids are learning in the classrooms and after school activities.  On vacation we all learn something new about the place we visit.  Even playing at home is learning, perhaps the best kind of all!  But during the summer there is a unique opportunity: exploring nature […]

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