Tutoring & Education
Be sure to visit all three museums! The Duke Energy Children’s Museum is consistently ranked in the top 10 children’s museums in the U.S. and the exhibits encourage kids to climb, crawl, explore and learn about themselves and the world around them. Then, walk through a glacier and step back 19,000 years into the Ice Age in the Museum of Natural History & Science and learn about Cincinnati’s past and early life in Ohio in the Cincinnati History Museum. Group activities are also available for all ages, such as Scout Programs, Day Camps, Overnights, Sprouts Institute, Bright Ideas and Explorers University. Our programming is multi-diciplinary (like us), and focuses on everything from art and culture to science, history and technology.
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Bring the whole family to the Taft Museum of Art on select third Sundays to explore, create, and play. These free afternoon programs offer great art, kid-sized art info, hands-on fun, and family-friendly performances. Most activities are ongoing, so drop in when you have time and stay as long as you like.
Cincinnati Nature Center believes outdoor education should be part of every teacher’s toolkit. The Nature Center offers a nature-immersive on site preschool and a variety of programs to meet your school’s needs using authentic outdoor learning experiences. Try a free-with-admission program in the Nature Center’s expansive nature playscape, or sign up for a Saturday class.
After School Enrichment, weekend, schedule a private class with 8 kids or more, Better Baby Sitters, Kidz Home Alone or Empowering Girls with Confidence ages 9-12.
Is your child on track to be a successful reader? For over 16 years, Langsford has been applying an evidence-based approach to reading difficulties, including Dyslexia, to turn struggling readers into confident and successful students. Langsford’s approach is to identify the root cause of the reading difficulty and then to implement research-validated reading programs. Langsford offers support for reading, comprehension, and writing. Langsford is also an approved Jon Peterson provider; contact us to see if your child qualifies for a scholarship from the Ohio Department of Education.
Blue Ash: 9402 Towne Square Ave. Ste B, Cincinnati, OH 45242 & West Chester: 7616 Cox Lane, West Chester, Oh 45069
Life is hectic for the busy parent who has to work, shop for groceries and drop the kids off to soccer practice. M is for Monster makes learning for kids easy with preschool activities that are delivered to your home every month. A kid’s subscription box from us makes it easier for parents to give their kids the chance to learn all the cool things they want to. In addition to learning materials, an M is for Monster box comes with adventurous activities for kids.
Skidaddles offers convenient, flexible, reliable care without reservations. Drop by days, evenings and weekends for a few hours or all day. Feel confident knowing your children will have fun while learning from a qualified staff in a safe and clean environment. Enrichment activities included with a hands-on curriculum!
Florence: 8660 Bankers Street, Florence, KY 41042
Mason: 5939 Deerfield Blvd, Suite 104, Mason, OH 45040
For more than 30 years, Sylvan has helped more than two million students learn to read, write, calculate and organize themselves to reach their potential inside and outside of the classroom. More importantly, Sylvan has helped children develop a love of learning and a confidence that they carry throughout their lives. Programs for students K-12: Reading, Writing, Math, Robotics, Coding, Study Skills, Homework Help, Test Prep
Crestview Hills: 859-344-5080
West Chester: 513-755-4949
The library offers preschool story times at branch locations all over town as well as activities you might not equate with the library experience – music, movement, Lego classes and many others. Check your local branch for more information!