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From New York City/Eastern LI: Take I-495 east/West to exit 44N(44 from Eastern LI). Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. After bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot. From Southern Long Island: Take Sothern State Pkwy east or west to exit 28AN. Merge onto NY-135 N towards Syosset. Take exit 14E for NY 25E towards Woodbury. Remain in lane coming off ramp and take first right at the first set on lights onto Crossways Park Drive. Follow Crossways Park Drive passing Police Station, Valiant and Hitachi. At bend in road take first left into parking lot. Entrance is located at Green Awning towards end of parking lot.

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Learning at Home

Table Place Cards

You Will Need:

Small squares of paper (about 3 inches by 3 inches, or bigger depending on length of each person’s name) and felt tip pens or watercolors

Directions:

Have your child paint or draw on each small square of paper. Then, fold it in half so it stands up. Neatly print each person's name on a card. You or your child can do the printing, or you can write names on another piece of paper and have your child copy them.

Tip:

The smaller the place cards, the harder the writing will be for your child, so consider making the place cards larger than is typical. This is a lovely touch for a nightly family dinner and holiday feasts.


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