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In a kyaraben, or “character bento,” food is arranged and decorated in the form of a popular character.

In the Iron Chef Avenues minimester course, students had the opportunity to not only hone their cooking skills but also to think outside of the box, grocery shop on a budget, learn about different cultures, prepare food properly (and clean up!), practice public speaking, work collaboratively and engage in friendly competition. More...

Ms. Look held a Chinese Q&A students.

Attention all Alvin Ho and Ruby Lu fans—award-winning author Lenore Look recently visited the Lower Division! Lenore Look hosted multiple sessions for grades one through four, presenting to the Spanish immersion track in English, and the Chinese immersion track in English with a Chinese Q&A.  More...

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Students can use Spreaker Podcast Radio to access hundreds of podcasts, including live broadcasts. More...

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On Community Engagement Day this past April, 12 Avenues Lower School families chose to spend their cold and crisp Saturday morning at the Hudson Guild Fulton Center garden. The Fulton Community Center helps to keep Senior Chelsea residents (“55 and better”) healthy, active and engaged through a range of educational, recreational and wellness-related activities. More...

At each phase of the project the children used different tools to draw themselves.

In the Yellow nursery class at Avenues: The World School, the three- and four-year-old students of the Giraffes and Seahorses classes worked throughout the year on a study of their own growth. More...

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Post-it Plus is an app that digitizes sticky notes. Users launch the app, capture a picture of a Post-it note, and then that note appears in the app. More...

Best Presentation winners Joey '22, Jaden ’22, Jack ’22, Marton ’22 and Aaron ‘22

“Build a Rube Goldberg Machine” was one of the new courses for minimester this year. A Rube Goldberg machine is an overly complex contraption used to solve a simple task. More...

The students had fun creating brochures for their boroughs.

First graders learned all about New York City in their units on the city's boroughs.  More...

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Osmo Coding is an iPad game that helps children ages five through twelve learn the basics of coding.  More...

Bringing colorful fruits to life.

This winter, pre-K students went beyond a traditional study of healthy foods and behaviors to make connections with our language study, the local neighborhood, even art history and still-life painting.  More...