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April 2016

Linking Learning with Nature Spring is here! Flowers are blooming, days are getting longer and the weather is getting warmer. Now is a great time for children to explore these environmental changes happening in the world around them. Not only are children curious about nature, but research shows that it…
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February 2016

Helping Your Preschooler Develop Positive Friendship Skills Are you puzzled by some of your child’s social behaviors? Have you noticed that your toddler doesn’t interact with other children very often? Does your three-year-old get frustrated when a classmate won’t play with him? Will your four-year-old only play with her best…
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January 2016

The Value of Visual Art Activities for Your Preschooler Visual art experiences help children develop skills such as critical thinking, self-expression, problem-solving, communication and collaboration. Our teachers focus on process-based art education, in which the experience of creating art is valued over the end product. In our classrooms, teachers integrate…
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October News

Exploring Community Helpers & the Roles They Play This month, our students are gaining a greater understanding of community helper occupations, such as police officers, mail carriers, medical professionals and firefighters. The children have a lot of fun imagining themselves in these important roles, and incorporating toy versions of the…
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September News

Developing Balance Skills in Young Children From Tummy Time to Bike Riding Balance is a fundamental skill necessary for maintaining controlled positions, such as sitting in a chair, or engaging in physical activities like running or riding a bike. Having balance makes motor skill development easier, reduces the risk of…
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