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From 280S: Take the Wolfe Rd. exit and turn right onto Wolfe Rd. From 280N: Take the Wolfe Rd. exit and turn left onto Wolfe Rd. From 101S: Exit 85 south towards Cupertino. Exit onto 280S and exit on Wolfe Rd. From 101N: Exit Moffett Blvd. toward Mountain View. Merge onto 85S. Exit 85 south towards Cupertino. Exit onto 280S and take Wolfe Rd. exit. Once on Wolfe Rd, Vallco Shopping Center will be on your right hand side. Turn right onto Stevens Creek Blvd (Sears will be on corner). Turn right on North Portal Ave. (Chuck E. Cheese is on the corner). The center will be on the left-hand side after Portal Park. Turn left into parking lot. The center is a brick building at the end of the parking lot, right next to Portal Park.

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Name: Sylvia

I Teach: Preschool

Teaching Since: 1992

I love teaching children because: I get to see the look on their faces when they learn something new or figure out how to solve a problem.

Favorite Children's Book: The Incredible Miss Smith

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Learning at Home

Ice Cream in a Bag

You Will Need:

½ cup milk
1 teaspoon sugar
¼ teaspoon vanilla
Rock salt
1 small plastic ziplock bag
1 large plastic ziplock bag

Directions:

Have your child measure milk, sugar, and vanilla into a small bag. Seal the bag tightly and have her mix the ingredients around. Fill the large bag with ice and rock salt. Put the small bag in the larger bag, seal the larger bag, and ask her to shake or knead it until it becomes ice cream.

Tip:

This activity usually takes about 45 minutes to one hour.


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