For Kids Classes
CityKinder partners with several organizations, schools and private teachers who offer classes in German or exclusively for our community to foster language development and community through enriching activities like music, acting, dance, soccer, and more….
This class is a combination of movement, music and development support for Babies (PeKip inspired) as well as a support group for new Moms. While learning songs, finger plays and exercises to support your baby’s development you will meet other new German speaking Moms to exchange experiences and make new friendships. We create a safe environment to More
St. Paul’s German Church & CityKinder are offering a Mommy & Me Group for parents with babies and toddlers from 6 months to 2.11 years at the community room of St. Paul’s German Church in Chelsea. Meet other German speaking parents and their kids for songs, tumbling, and games. The classes include about 20 minutes of More
St. Paul’s German Church & CityKinder are offering a Mommy & Me Group for parents with Babys and Toddler from 6 months to 3 years hosted at St. Matthews Church in White Plains. Meet other German speaking parents and their kids for songs, crafts, tumbling and games. The groups are led by Dorothea Liedl, a More
Sing, dance and read with us in German This program was drawn up by Swiss born former singer/dancer/actor Barbara Rellstab 6 years ago. It is designed to expose children to the German language and culture using picture books, songs, dancing and instruments, plus fun reading and writing projects for the 6–8 year olds. Rella’s Spielhaus currently More
Musikalische Mäuse is a German music and movement program for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers created by Gabriele Tranchina, director of Sol La Ti Music, Inc. Take a journey into German language and its culture through the magical world of music. With Musikalische Mäuse™ you and your child will be transported as you sing, dance and More
The Deutsches Haus at NYU Children’s Program is designed for children with at least one German-speaking parent. It caters to toddlers, Pre-K, elementary school and middle school children, furthering their acquisition of the German language. Raising children to be bilingual can be difficult; without a group of bilingual peers, children may find the second language More