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Preschool class now open for adults who want to act as children

By Mason White 10:01 AM March 22, 2015
Michelle Joni 

By: Feng Qian
(Scroll down for video) A woman in New York, opened a preschool for adults who want to connect with their inner child.

Men and women from all walks of life, attend Preschool Mastermind.

The goal is to act as children and do all the activities that preschoolers do everyday. The adults get to finger paint, play with clay, dress up, have a snack, and nap among many other activities.

Towards the end of their “school year,” the students have picture day and parent day, where the adults can bring their parents or friends to see their “accomplishments” and the arts and crafts they have made during their time at the preschool.

Michelle Joni of Brooklyn, who is the founder and preschool teacher, charges $333 to $999 for classes.

Joni is offering adults the chance to relive the stress free days of their youth with a curriculum based on the activities done by nursery students.

On her website, she wrote: “from the laughter and glitter-dusted trail of the nationally-recognized Skipping Club, I introduce to you a brand new course for grownups to relearn the basics, and experience the magic of life as it was originally intended.

“Guess what. You still can be anything you want when you grow up, and this class will give you the hands-on wisdom, intuition and playfulness you need to get there.

“In this one-month adventure, we’ll explore preschool concepts like sharing and friendship in order to apply and inject play, wonder, self-belief, and community into our grown-up lives.”