WATCH: Neil Gaiman Reads ‘Green Eggs And Ham’ – http://huff.to/1fEfH7q
Today I was looking at the available documentaries in Amazon Prime and I found “Nursery University”, this documentary follows some families while they’re searching for the perfect nursery school for their children, and gives us a look at how the application process works, here’s the synopsis from Amazon:
“In communities across the United States, competition to get into the best schools is starting early. New York City is at the center of this phenomenon, where nursery schools – homes of finger-painting, building blocks, and naptime – have become the arena where parents jostle for the privilege to place”.
After watching the documentary I was shocked by how hard it seems to find a spot for your kid if you live in New York, and how the process can be.
I’m married, but I don’t have any kids yet (and I don’t live in New York), but this documentary left me with a lot of questions: how many nursery schools are in the city I live? How many of them are private? How many are public? What is the average annual cost? How the application process works?
I end this post with a question for those who have kids: what was your experience when you had to look for a nursery school or a preschool for them?
The movies available for free to Amazon Prime members are subject to change, is important that you confirm the price of the movie before you start watching it.
Even when this is a children’s book (and I don’t have any yet) I was curious about this Kindle book, after I started reading I got caught by the beautiful photos and the messages than appear in each page.
This book is about gratitude and be thankful, something that I think is really important to teach to children since early ages and also an important value than we must live as adults.
Something really nice is that the book is available in different languages in the Amazon Kindle Store (english, spanish, portuguese and even catalan) and a few moments ago that I visited the Kindle Store in US the four editions were free (the prices in the kindle books may vary by country and also can change at any time, is important than you review the price before any purchase).
I’m really thankful 😉 that I found this book, and I would love to share it with my nieces the next time I meet them.