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From Apex: Travel up 55 north, turn right onto High House Road. Just after the fire station on the right, turn right at the stop light onto Cornerstone Rd. Turn right onto Highstone Rd. Our building is the 2nd on the left. From Durham: Travel down 55 south, turn left onto High House Road. Follow directions above. From Cary: Head west on High House Rd, go through the light at Davis Drive and turn left at the next light onto Cornerstone Rd. Take the first right onto Highstone Rd. Our building is the 2nd building on the left.

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Learning at Home

Snowman Making

You Will Need:

Snow, sticks, items to make a face (eyes, nose, mouth), hat, and gloves

Directions:

Before heading outside, make sure you and your child are dressed appropriately for the weather (jacket, boots, hat, gloves, etc.). Work with your child to make a snowman. Say things like, “Where do you think all this snow came from?”; “What does our snowman need?”; “Is it a boy or a girl?”; “What can we use to make his eyes?”; “Does he need a hat?”;  “Do we need a different hat for a boy?”; “Do we have enough snow to make a snowman as tall as you…or as tall as me? Let’s see!”; “Do we want to name him?”

Tip:

Talk about how cold you are. Check your child’s fingers frequently to be sure they are not too cold. Let your child make as many choices as possible in designing the snowman.


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