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Port Chester and I-95 Take I-128 westbound and follow to exit 9N-S. Exit ramp will feed onto Westchester Avenue heading west. Follow to second traffic light and turn right onto Corporate Park Drive. Continue straight, the center is on the left. Tarrytown and Tappan Zee Bridge Take I-287 eastbound to exit 9A (Westchester Avenue I-684). Fork right towards Westchester Avenue. At the second traffic light turn left onto Corporate Park Drive. Continue straight, the center is on the left. Southern Westchester via Hutchinson River Parkway (N) Follow Hutchinson River Parkway Northbound to exit marker ?I-287-West-White Plains?. Exit ramp will feed onto Westchester Avenue heading west. Follow to first traffic light and turn right onto Corporate Park Drive. Continue straight, the center is on the left. New York City I-95-North to 287-West. Take 287W to exit 9N-S. Go straight off the exit, go through first light, at 2nd light (Corporate Park Drive), take a right into the Corporate Park. Continue to building 109. Parking is directly in front. I-684 Follow I-684 to exit marked ?I-287-New England-White Plains?. Once on exit ramp, bear right and follow signs for White Plains. The ramp will feed onto Westchester Avenue heading west. Go to first traffic light and turn left onto William Butcher Bridge. Go over I-287 at your next traffic light turn left. You will now be on Westchester Avenue heading east. Continue on Westchester Avenue to second traffic light and turn left on Corporate Park Drive. Continue through next traffic light. Continue straight, the center is on the left.

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  • Language Works Talking, questioning, beginning to write and identify letters and numbers.
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  • Science Rocks Examining, comparing, planting, and caring for gardens.
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  • Our World Appreciating diversity, becoming environmentally conscious.
  • Well Aware Taking part in exercise and yoga, preparing and eating healthy foods.

Learning at Home

Painting the House

You Will Need:

Old paint brush, bucket of water

Directions:

Ask your child to use the paint brush and water to “paint” the house, fence, or sidewalk. The water may change the color of the surface they’re painting, which will give them results.

Tip:

This is a great activity for a hot day – as the water dries, you and your child can watch the “paint” evaporate. Talk with your child as you paint – say things like, “Where did the paint go?”; “Try it in the shade and see if it disappears as quickly.” ; “What is different about the shady area?”; “Feel the brick, is it hot or cold?”


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