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Brooklyn&Staten Island-Seerah Fair

This year, Brooklyn Kids Academy and Staten Island Kids Academy joined for another annual Seerah Fair competition. Our students from kindergarten to 8th grade all came forth with such wonderful projects depicting stories related to the life of the blessed prophet Muhammad (pbuh). These amazing projects were visited by judges who analyzed the stories of ...

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Staten Island-Science Experiments

As a part of. our STEAM club. We HA had science rubric in Kids Academy of  Staten Island. Kids learned a lot of interesting Science experiments on how to use them in our lives and how it works.

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Staten Island-ROCK-EM-EXTRIME TRIP

On January 12th we had a trip to ROCK-EM-EXTREME rock climbing place. Kids had an unforgettable experience.  

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Staten Island-Turkish Class

Kids Academy NY provides language classes such as Arabic, Turkish, Russian, Tajik and Uzbek. This is Turkish class in our Staten Island Kids Academy branch.

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Kids Academy NY-Breakfast &Parent Workshop

Kids Academy NY & After School will be hosting a lovely breakfast and you are invited! Along with our breakfast, we will be having a workshop about the role of parents in their children’s education and. the possible dangers that await kids. DATE: FEB 23,2019 TIME: 10:30 AM Address: 2754 KNAPP STREET

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Staten Island-Art Trip

On July 19th we went on our next trip. This time we went to the art studio “Kids Art and Design”. Kids had the opportunity to draw a goldfish.

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Kids Academy NY Annual Seerah Fair

    Kids Academy NY annual Seerah Fair brought together the family and kids. The kids presented a project that they created to explain the life of our prophet Muhammad (s.a.v.). Designated Judges viewed and analyzed every single one of the lovely projects. At the end of the presentations, our guest speakers spoke about the ...

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Staten Island-Cutest Cookies

On July 26th we went to a “Cutest Cookies” bakery. Each kid had 3 cookies to decorate. Since it was summer we choose summer themed cookies.

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Staten Island-Fly High Trip

On July 12th we had a trip to “Fly High” trampoline place. Since we went there in the morning, it was not crowded, and kids enjoyed jumping fully. There was no lines and waiting. Had a lot of fun, were so tired of jumping.

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Staten Island-Art Week

Our art activity week was really fun, but at the same time, kids learned new technics of marbling and painting. On the first day, students learned painting on shaving cream. They painted on the shaving cream and made different beautiful designs using a straw. The second-day students learned how to make foam paint with shaving ...

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Staten Island-Pottery Week

The third week of Day Camp activity was “Pottery Week”. In order to develop our students motor skills and sensory skills, we decided to offer pottery making craft for our students. Each student was provided with individual pottery wheel, pottery tools and clay. For two days students made different shapes using their imagination. They made ...

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Staten Island-“Do-it-Yourself” Week

The last week of our activity was “Do-it-Yourself” week. On the first day, we made our own candle. Students choose their favorite color and essential oil for their candles. To make it more fun they added glitter. On the second day, we made bath bombs. Students liked the process of mixing ingredients. From this activity, ...

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Staten Island-Family Picnic

On August 2nd was our last trip. We had a family picnic with our student’s parents in the Miller Field Park. We had a potluck breakfast at the park. Kids brought their bikes and scooters. Unfortunately, with different reasons, not all of the families could participate.

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Staten Island-Glow In The Dark Week

First week of our activity was “Glow in The Dark” week. It was new for our students. Students were surprised to learn that neon paints glow in the dark under the UV light. They had different activities using neon paints and UV light. Such as glow in the dark slime, bubbles, cloud in the glass.

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