Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ten sentence starters besides…..”good job”

Parents and teachers often say “good job” as an automatic response to a child’s action. “You ate all of your peas. Good job!” “You did a good job putting away the toys.” A “good job” now and then is fine, but it doesn’t help children understand why what they did was good. Preschoolers need to know what they did, why it worked, or why
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Calling ALL families….

Join us for FUN FILLED family events: Thankful Feast: Please bring a dish to pass as we celebrate and are thankful for our families, our center/staff, and honoring God for all that He does for us! Thankful Feast will be held on Thursday, November 17 at 11:30 am School Spirit week: November 28: Pajama Day November 29: Team Spirit Day November 30: Crazy Hair
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Sports Camp

We get our adrenaline pumping as we explore the fun-filled world of sports.  From July 14th to July 25th, your child will learn some sports from around the world, practice their favorite sports and participate is some wonderful activities. Field trips for this camp include: 7/16 – Castaway Cafe & a visit to a Howell Park 7/18 – Little Kickers 7/21 – Ohahna Karate
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Fun Activities for the Beach

As I was sitting on the beach over the weekend, I began to think about ways in which we can make playing at the beach a learning experience. Try these ideas the next time you go to the beach: Sand Exploration: Bring a magnifying glass and look at the sand up close with your child. Talk about how it looks and feels. What other
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