Tuesday, April 8, 2008

Oh brother... (but how cute would my baby be, speaking Mandarin?!)

For tots on the Harvard track, being smart, incredibly verbal and potty-trained before the age of 2 is just not good enough. Junior must possess that extra something if he's ever going to wear crimson.

Kids can tap their hidden talents at miniMasters. The Tribeca center offers classes in Suzuki violin and guitar, sculpting, painting and illustration. Their French and Mandarin programs help prep-school-kids-in-the-making become little "global citizens" (a term the ongoing schools love to bandy about). The diaper set can enjoy babyMuscles and gym rock classes, which are set to live music, before embarking on loftier pursuits.

SAT tutoring not included.

For more information, visit minimasters.com.


Woman with a Hatchet said...

Mandarin, huh? I'd like Italian. Spanish would be terribly useful, though.

I've got an award for you (I feel like such a nerd! As if admitting to playing D&D, video games and watching sci-fi movies weren't nerdy enough already....) on my blog, if you would be so kind as to drop by!

Ali said...

Plying me with awards will get me every time, lady!