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Our Summer Camp offers indoor and outdoor activities, plus opportunities for fun, friendship and exploration. The children use their growing abilities to make choices, work with others and assume responsibilities.
Handwriting Without Tears® aims to make legible and fluent handwriting a skill that students can master easily. Our dynamic curriculum design, teaching strategies, and compelling lessons make it easy for teachers to teach beginning writing skills.
A beautiful spring evening was enjoyed by all who attended the Garden Party and Silent Art Auction at Long Ridge Road. Families joined with their children in planting our summer garden, movement activities, healthy eating, and crafts. Parents placed bid on art and children dressed-up like a flower to have their picture taken.
Thank you to all our families who participated in our Diaper Drive organized by CT moms!
We celebrated the Week of the Young Child with special activities and games. We talked about how we are the same and how we are different. The children were provided with a variety of materials to create their “I like…. collage”, self portraits, and feeling paintings. In Math, we made "My Hair Color" and "Guess How I Feel" charts.
The Kindergarten Prep children welcomed Spring with their amazing "The Happy Day" performance.
"You're never too old, too wacky, too wild, to pick up a book and read to a child." Dr. Seuss
In Spanish Club with Ms. Carina the children participate in songs, stories with puppets and finger plays!
In the Art Studio, we recognize children as the inquisitive creators they are. We have created inside and outside environments that inspire children to express themselves through art.
Our Showcase event is an opportunity for parents and children to explore our Kindergarten Prep and Preschool Programs.
Curriculum Night, September 2013
Many of our families attended Curriculum Night to learn about the "World At Their Finger Tips" curriculum. Parents of all age groups participated in age appropriate activities that are included daily in their child(ren) classroom.