Bright Horizons

Bright Horizons
Bright Horizons is listed in the Day Care Centers & Nurseries category in New York, New York. Displayed below are the social networks for Bright Horizons which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page, a Pinterest page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Bright Horizons on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 93.

Contact information for Bright Horizons is:
61 Haven Ave
New York, NY 10032
(212) 927-2723

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Bright Horizons has an overall ZapScore of 93. This means that Bright Horizons has a higher ZapScore than 93% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in New York, New York is 28 and in the Day Care Centers & Nurseries category is 40. Learn more about ZapScore.

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For every contribution made to the Hurricane Irma Children's Fund, created by Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, Bright Horizons will match all contributions to the fund up to $25,000. The money collected will be distributed to relief organizations that support children and families as well as our Bright Space partners in the affected areas. Visit to make a donation.
The Bright Horizons Foundation for Children is creating the Hurricane Irma Childrens Fund. Bright Horizons will match all contributions to the fund, dollar for dollar, up to $25,000. Working through the Bright Horizons Foundation for Children, the money collected will be distributed to local relief…

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WHAT IN THE WORLD HAPPENED TODAY: Since May, the K-Prep “Jellyfish” classroom at 2nd Generation has been researching a new kind of “streaming” and learning about the movement and properties of water. While discussing what was learned about oceans during morning meeting, the children became curious about how water flows from place to place. The class decided to begin a project to explore different systems of water flow. During this project, the Jellyfish demonstrated teamwork and leadership skills, both in small and large groups, while using critical thinking and problem solving skills to build an impressive water machine. To start, several students asked if they could make their own water streams during outdoor time, suggesting that they could use the sand box area. Once outside, the Jellyfish worked cooperatively by inviting other classes (Polar Bear and Whales) to join in their play, showing creativity by choosing specific job roles. Some children were in charge of filling up the buckets and empty containers, others to carry containers to the sandbox, and others to the excavation with the help of a teacher. Teachers provided students with materials that encouraged them to observe, predict, describe, and theorized about what they were doing. Measuring cups, containers of different shapes and sizes, funnels, cardboard, pipe system, plastic aquatic fish, shells, transparent plastic containers and various water play items were all at the students’ disposal. They expended their entire outdoor time playing with water: pouring it back and forth, watching it spill over the edge of the containers and the large cardboard tube, clocking its stream, directing its flow, splashing gently, making waves, and pouring even more! Keep the knowledge flowing! #ScienceRocks #MathCounts To learn more about a center near you, visit:

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