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On National Pretzel Day our children make pretzels and enjoyed them for snack! Some made pretzel shapes, others made letters, and some made their own designs.
A peek inside our Pre-K Room
Our Infant Program provides experiences and opportunities that support the rapid and important developmental growth that occurs in the child's first two years.
On Monday, March 4th we celebrated Read Across America or Dr. Seuss Day. We read Dr. Seuss books, worked on rhyming activities, and made "Green Eggs" for snack!
As part of our Well Aware curriculum we discussed the importance of Dental Health this month and we had a Dental Hygienist visit from The Children's Dental Center.
Movement Matters focuses on the importance of exercise while incorporating development in gross motor skills. Children participate in activities that foster growth in the areas of stability, balancing, posture, and teamwork!
Each of our components celebrated National Puzzle Day by doing puzzles together. Puzzles help teach children aspects of Math Counts such as Classification and Geometric Shapes. They are also a great way to create a sense of teamwork within small groups!
Participating in our Music Program which includes singing, dancing, and learning about music.
Our children learned about the Hindu celebration of Diwali. Some of our families came in and taught them about why they celebrate. We decorated diyas, received henna tattoo art, snacked on Rice Pudding, Samosas, and Gulab Jaman, and read the story of of Diwali.
A Walk to Support the Bright Horizons Children's Foundation to create Bright Spaces for those in need.
A peek inside our classrooms
September and October 2012
A family event on 9/19 which enabled parents to learn more about our World at Their Fingertips Curriculum, our Science Rocks program, and to learn a little more about their child's day!
The children were so excited to go to the museum! They came to the school wearing their Bright Horizons t-shirts and brown bag lunches. Then we took a school bus to Imagine That Museum. The children were so ecstatic to go to a museum where they could touch EVERYTHING!